Orange County Branch Newsletter

Established 1953

May 2022

President's Column

Inflation and Shortage Supply Impacts

Inflation and Shortage Supply Impacts

We have all been witnessing price inflation, whether it is at the gas station or at the grocery store. Both inflation and material shortage have become part of our design considerations when we select and specify materials for our projects.  The approach has been further emphasized over the last couple of years: the Architectural Engineering and Construction (AEC) community should initiate design and construction projects with a thorough understanding of material availability, fabrication, delivery lead time, projected construction index price, and an evaluation of equivalent alternatives. Just a couple of weeks ago, I sat in a meeting and heard the developer of a large residential project in Orange County had to pre-order water conveyance steel pipes from a U.S. manufacturer, agreeing to a 9-month lead time as a significant share of the steel pipe supply was historically imported from Russia.

Here are a couple of numbers I thought are relevant in characterizing both inflation and the supply chain over the last 16 months:

  1. The Construction Index issued by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has risen from 140.4 (January 2021) to 174.3 (April 2022).  As a proxy, this means that our engineer’s estimates of probable costs would have increased by 25% since January 2021.
  2. As of May 6, 2022, only 35 ships were waiting to unload their cargo at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, compared to a record high of 109 in January 2022 (link).  The Ports have worked tremendously to reduce the number of empty containers sitting on dock space by 28%, allowing ships to unload more quickly. 

Ongoing events may contribute to the future volatility of the market, including geopolitical outcomes of the conflict in Ukraine, the lockdown in Shanghai affecting the world’s largest cargo-handling port, union negotiations at the Ports, and the measures implemented by the Federal Reserve to fight off inflation. The bottom line for us (civil engineers) is to reinforce the benefits of a project kickoff to evaluate all economic factors and material availability.

Switching gears, last month, our Orange County Branch celebrated exceptional individuals and outstanding projects at the 2022 ASCE OC Annual Awards Night.  Please congratulate our awardees (listed at the end of this article) as you encounter them in the future.

Finally, I invite you to attend our numerous in-person events these spring and summer seasons.  Our committees have been working hard to resolve the logistical challenges inherent to this endemic era.  As we ramp up the implementation of quality events, our goal is to restore attendance and excitement to pre-pandemic levels.  I look forward to seeing you all at our events.

That’s a wrap. ‘Til next time, take care of yourselves, and please reach out with any questions or suggestions.


About the Author:

Remi Candaele, P.E., M.S., QSD/QSP, M.ASCE, is a Stormwater Professional at Q3 Consulting and the 2021-2022 President of ASCE Orange County Branch. Remi can be contacted at [email protected].


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Annual Awards Night 2022

Familiar faces came together in familiar spaces as ASCE Orange County Branch returned to the City National Grove in Anaheim on Tuesday, April 12, 2022, to celebrate our annual Awards Night. Over 200 people, including local civil engineers, elected officials, family, and friends, joined us to recognize the 20 projects and 17 people selected by the Branch’s Awards and Nominations Committee for engineering excellence and contributions to our community. The theme for this year’s Awards Night was Legos, the building blocks that have inspired many careers in STEM (including mine). Legos also served as inspiration for one of this year’s raffle prizes (tickets to Legoland) and the evening came to a fun close with chairs literally being turned over to find Lego pieces that would send one person from each table home with one of the two Lego sets below.

As with years past, this year’s Awards Night showcased the talent, ambition, and execution that continually makes Orange County a recognized leader in the civil engineering community.

In addition to the award-winning projects and people listed above, I also had the privilege of presenting this year’s President’s Award to Chuck Karunathilake (Design Engineer II at Mark Thomas). Chuck has been critical to the continued success of our Branch and I am lucky to have had the opportunity to recognize him for his contributions to our local ASCE community, which have included positions as Past-President of the Cal State Long Beach student chapter and ASCE Orange County Branch’s Younger Member Forum (YMF), and co-chair of the Social Committee that helps plan our marquee events each year (including Awards Night).

Chuck is joined on this year’s Social Committee by his co-chair, Jazzy Principe, and a group of dedicated individuals (Janelle Gonzalez, Victor Aguirre, Esmeralda Briseno, Ashlyn Alexander, Jason Fix, Tom Broz, Nestor Godinez, and Remi Candaele) that are each outstanding in their own right and move mountains together. Planning Awards Night, particularly after the COVID-induced hiatus, is truly a herculean task and our Social Committee will forever have my gratitude for making this year’s event such a memorable experience. Special thanks are also in order for our event sponsors (Ninyo & Moore, Diaz Yourman & Associates, LPA, GMU Geotechnical, FountainHead, TransTech, VCA Engineers, Rancho Mission Viejo, TetraTech, SPC Engineering, and Ware Malcomb); our annual sponsors; our Awards and Nominations Committee; and our Community Service Committee, which helped organize a clothing drive through Clothes The Deal, an organization that helps low-income men, women, at-risk youth, and U.S. Veterans in need of professional business attire.

Each year, Awards Night is a consistent reminder of how ASCE excels at bringing people together. Planning usually starts several months in advance and the process is one that forges strong relationships for those involved. The event itself creates a unique buzz of excitement that is, in no small part, related to reconnecting with old friends, meeting new ones, and celebrating their accomplishments. For me, personally, this year’s event enabled me to share with my wife and daughter the fruits of my work-from-home labor, which is something they don’t often have an opportunity to see. So, if you have ever wondered whether you should get involved with ASCE, I can think of no better example than Awards Night as a reason to take the plunge because the lesson, as always, is that you will get more out of ASCE than you put in.

About the Author:

Clint Isaac Isa, P.E., is a Principal Engineer at Diaz Yourman & Associates in Santa Ana, CA. He has been involved with ASCE since his time as a student at UCLA and recently completed his term as ASCE OC Branch President. Clint founded the ASCE Orange County Branch Geo-Institute in 2013 and served as its president through 2017, and has also held a board position as Director-at-Large for ASCE Metropolitan Los Angeles Branch Air Transport Technical Group since 2014. If you want to get involved with ASCE and join us for our next Branch appreciation event, you can contact Clint via email at [email protected] or via LinkedIn.


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LA Metro and TCA Update

ASCE OC T&DI invited Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) and the Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA) to share the latest agencies’ updates in March and April of this year. Both events provided networking opportunities for everyone during the breakout room session. As part of the benefits of sponsoring the event, sponsors got to join the speaker in separate sponsors’ breakout rooms.

The Institute invited Ernesto Chaves, Deputy Executive Officer of Metro, to speak for the first virtual presentation of 2022 on March 8th. There were almost 50 participants during the virtual presentation. HNTB and EMI were the sponsors for this event. Mr. Ernesto covered multiple topics relating to road and highway projects including:

  • Measures R&M
  • Multiple Goals for roads and highways
  • Portfolio of highway projects
  • Highway program fund eligibility updates
  • Intelligent transportation systems (its)
  • SB 743/VMT Mitigation program and timeline
  • Upcoming opportunities

Mr. Ernesto went further and discussed the goals for road and highway projects. The goals include congestion management, active transportation, goods movement, public health, and reduction of Greenhouse Gas (GHG) and equity.

Powerpoint presentation slides for Metro’s presentation are available on T&DI’s website.

The Institute invited Samuel Johnson, Chief Executive Officer of TCA, to speak with the institute on April 12th. Nearly 100 participants joined the virtual presentation and the sponsors for this event were EMI, Jacobs, TRC, and TY Lin. Mr. Johnson gave a presentation on the recently approved TCA’s first seven-year Strategic Plan; it is available online at TCA’s website. There are seven focus areas in the Strategic Plan and they are:

  • Fiscal management
  • Regional mobility partnerships
  • Communications and public engagement
  • Environmental stewardship
  • Customer service
  • Toll service
  • Capital project delivery

Recording of the TCA presentation is available online on the T&DI website.

About the Author:

Charlotte Wu is a Transportation Engineer with AECOM. Charlotte is passionate about designing transportation projects that improve the quality of life while maintaining a balanced and sustainable community. Outside of work, she enjoys outdoor activities such as running, snowboarding, and riding a bike. Charlotte can be contacted at [email protected].


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ASCE OC Mentorship Program

Mid Year Check-In Picnic

On Saturday, April 2, 2022, the ASCE OC Mentorship Program gathered an intimate group to check in and celebrate our mid-year point for the cohort. The 21-22 Mentorship Program met at the beautiful Bill Barber Memorial Park in Irvine to catch up, and discuss the ins and outs of the program, and where each relationship has progressed. Activities included a leadership style survey, scavenger hunt, engaged discussions of mentorship, and of course tacos.

The event began with each participant filling out a leadership style survey to identify if the person leaned towards "Directive", "Consultative", or "Free Rein" leadership styles. As the Mentorship Committee organized group discussions based on the leadership style surveys, the participants conducted a scavenger hunt of various features of the Bill Barber Memorial Park. Participants were paired with other members they have not met directly which enabled a fun and new opportunity to make a new colleague and friend. Given we had a more intimate group, everyone was able to receive ASCE OC polos as prizes!

Mentorship Program 2021-2022 Mid-Year Check-In Attendees + Doggo!

The bulk of the event was filled with deep discussions on how the leadership styles presented guided past work and team dynamics. And how different styles can be used currently and in the future to efficiently complete projects, mold productive teams, and how to combat new surprises. As we all began to understand these leadership styles in ourselves and each other, discussions transitioned to specific protege and mentor dynamics. Questions that were considered included: "What are ideas or characteristics that you have gained from this mentorship that you can pass on to others?" and "Has this mentorship changed how you approach your professional or personal lives? If not, what has it reinforced?"

To wrap up this event, we enjoyed some great tacos from Taqueria El Zamorano and our ever-popular raffle. Prizes included goodies from REI and an Ember Mug! While attendance was less than desired, the intimate group enabled all of us to connect and build new and further current relationships. Everyone enjoyed meeting in person and is looking forward to ending our year with the Mentorship Panel and End-of-Year Events!

About the Author:

JR Lagade is a Dam Safety and Water Resources Engineer based in Southern California. Outside of designing, planning, and managing, JR is a DJ, personal trainer, and surfer - life is too short to do boring things! JR and the Mentorship Committee can be contacted at [email protected].


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ASCE OC Community Service

Vineyard Anaheim Food Pantry

On the morning of Saturday, April 9th, 2022, a group of 16+ volunteers from ASCE OC Community Service, Midwestern.Edu, and visitors from throughout the nation partnered with Vineyard Anaheim to provide over 375 families with fresh groceries and produce for the week at the Brookhurst Community Center, in Anaheim, CA. Since the program’s inception at the beginning of the pandemic, Vineyard Anaheim’s Compassion program has been able to feed over 2.5 million families with fresh produce and groceries every week.

This is made possible with dozens and dozens of community partners. To name a few, The City of Anaheim, Second Harvest Food Bank, and Amazon Fresh. Amazon Fresh donates over 10,000 pounds of fresh produce a week, and Vineyard has several distributions throughout the week. If you would like to learn more about Vineyard Anaheim’s Compassion program look here:

ASCE OC Community Service has partnered with Vineyard Anaheim since March of 2021, and to-date has since helped provide over 20,000 families with fresh groceries and produce at the Saturday Brookhurst Community Center, in Anaheim, CA. If you would like to participate in this cause, learn more at the compassion page, or feel free to e-mail ASCE OC Community Service Co-Chair, Joseph Huynh at [email protected] to learn more about how you could be involved!

Visitors from New York set aside some time to do community service. Thanks for taking a photo with Joseph!

After a fruitful morning of community service, and OC YMF Community Service Huddle around for a nice group photo!

Volunteers prepare grocery bags for the “shoppers” to pick up and distribute to the public!

Just your standard volunteer!

OC YMF and doing their thing, directing traffic.

About the Author:

Joseph Huynh is a geotechnical engineer-in-training at A3GEO, Inc. He is also the ASCE OC Community Service Co-Chair. He enjoys community service, being in the outdoors, and trying new things. Joseph can be contacted by email at [email protected] or LinkedIn.


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ASCE OC Sustainability

Habitat Restoration and Bike Ride at Upper Newport Bay

ASCE OC Sustainability Committee partnered with OC Parks and held a Habitat Restoration event on Saturday, April 9, 2022, at Upper Newport Bay Nature Preserve. The purpose of habitat restoration is to rehabilitate an area to recreate a functioning ecosystem. Habitat restorations bring benefits such as increasing local biodiversity and species populations, as well as improving water quality from decreased erosion.

Upper Newport Bay Nature Preserve Sign

It was a bright and clear Saturday morning. Ten volunteers gathered around the OC Park Resource Specialist, Nathan, as he pointed to the yellow flowers that have taken over the trailhead right next to him. With Nathan’s help, the volunteers learned how to identify the invasive plant, mustard. The volunteers worked together as a group and tackled different areas at once. As the group worked its way through the area, the field of the brush was rid of the yellow shade that bloomed from the rain just a few months ago. After several hours of weeding, the volunteers covered almost half an acre of field and collected at least seven bags of mustard.



Stay tuned for planting and watering activities at the same location, Upper Newport Bay Nature Preserve, in December or January!

Upper Newport Bay View

To encourage active transportation and to explore the beautiful trails in Orange County, the Sustainability Committee organized a bike ride event on the 30th of April to the same location, Upper Newport Bay Nature Preserve. Eight riders met in front of the Barnes and Noble at the Woodbridge Shopping Center in Irvine and headed south to Upper Newport Bay Nature Preserve. The ride to Upper Newport Bay Nature Preserve and Interpretive Nature Center via San Diego Creek Trail is approximately 16 miles round trip. After the ride, some of the participants stayed and enjoyed the rest of Saturday morning at the Woodbridge Shopping Center for coffee and snacks.

Bike Ride Group Photo

About the Author:

Charlotte Wu is a Transportation Engineer with AECOM. Charlotte is passionate about designing transportation projects that improve the quality of life while maintaining a balanced and sustainable community. Outside of work, she enjoys outdoor activities such as running, snowboarding, and riding. Charlotte can be contacted at [email protected].

Sam Ali is a retired Civil Engineer. Sam worked at OC Public Works and Psomas. Outside of civil engineering, he enjoys taking care of his garden which includes 32 variety fruit trees, several vegetables, and a Koi fish pond. Sam can be contacted at [email protected].


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ASCE OC Community Service

Clothes The Deal with YMF: Professional Clothing Drive

Like many other industries, engineers saw a drastic change in their daily lives as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. A majority of us left our offices and began working almost exclusively from home, and have continued to do so till this day. One day, I had the realization that, like myself, many other Engineers must not be using their daily professional clothing as much as before. The business casual and formal attire we once relied on was now collecting dust in our closets. I did some research and found a non-profit organization called Clothes The Deal that provides free professional clothing and other services to low-income men, women, at-risk youth, and U.S. Veterans. The economic turmoil created by the pandemic made their services all that more critical for our local communities. I realized that this was a great opportunity for us, engineers, to donate our now seldom used professional clothing and help those in need.

We decided to partner with Clothes The Deal and hold a professional clothing drive during the 2022 ASCE OC Branch Awards Dinner. We promoted our clothing drive as best as we could and were optimistic leading up to the event, but nothing could have prepared us for what was to come. To our pleasant surprise, we received almost 400 individual donations during our clothing drive including suits, coats, shirts, blouses, dresses, shoes, sweaters, accessories, and more! We were blown away by the generosity of our fellow Engineers and supporters of ASCE OC. We would like to thank everyone that donated and helped spread the word about our clothing drive. You helped us make a real difference in our community.

About the Author:

Danny Mejia is a Civil Engineer in Orange County CA who works in the Water/Wastewater Treatment Design industry. He enjoys giving back to the community, helping others, and protecting the environment through his work and by volunteering.


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Picnic with CSUF and UCI

On Saturday, April 16th, the ASCE CSULB collaborated with the CSUF and UCI Student Chapters for a BBQ and picnic at Heritage Park in Cerritos, CA to connect and meet fellow ASCE student members! Attendees had a great time playing volleyball and having some good food and snacks with the other ASCE OC schools. Since the event was a potluck, a highlight of the event was the "Lechon," which is a roasted pig and is one of the most popular Filipino dishes. 

This past school year, our Student Chapter had a chance to connect with other ASCE Student Chapters and meet other student members at events like History & Heritage Night and the Pacific Southwest Symposium 2022 at UC San Diego.


We are looking forward to participating and collaborating in more events with our fellow ASCE OC schools! If you have any questions regarding our upcoming and future events, please feel free to contact our ASCE CSULB Student Chapter Co-Presidents at [email protected]. We hope to see you at our next event!

About the Author:

Mia Castillo is an incoming third-year Civil Engineering Student at California State University, Long Beach. She was also recently elected as the ASCE CSULB Student Chapter Vice-President for the 2022-2023 school year. She is eager to start her internship at WSP this summer. Mia can be contacted via LinkedIn.


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Civil Engineering & Construction Engineering Management Alumni Reunion

On Friday, April 22nd, the ASCE CSULB Student Chapter collaborated with the CSULB Department of Civil Engineering and Construction Engineering Management (CECEM) to host an Alumni reunion event on campus! This is to assist in the department's efforts to stay connected with CECEM alumni and introduce current students to professionals as they embark on their journey into the industry.

Faculty advisors, Dr. Jeremy Redman and Dr. Lisa Star, were present at the event to connect alumni from various years with the students. OC YMF ASCE Professionals who were CSULB CECEM Alumni, including Nathaniel Kapongo and Marionne Lapitan, were also present at the reunion. 

As part of their contribution to the Alumni reunion, ASCE CSULB student members showed off their Pacific Southwest Symposium (PSWS) 2022 technical projects, including the standout Timber-Strong Design-Build project that won 2nd Place in the competition. 

We look forward to hosting this event again next year. We're excited to see our alumni family grow more each year!

If you or someone you know is a CECEM alumnus of CSULB, please email [email protected] to join the Alumni email list.

About the Author:

Kyra Tan is currently a Civil Engineering Student at California State University, Long Beach, and an intern at the Port of Los Angeles. She is also the ASCE CSU Long Beach Student Chapter Co-President for the 2021-2022 school year. She is passionate about the Construction Management industry. Kyra can be contacted via LinkedIn.


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RCTC Presentation

ASCE OC T&DI held the fifth virtual presentation of this year on Tuesday, May 10th with guest speaker Anne Mayer, Executive Director from Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC). Ms. Mayer provided highlights of the RCTC's current projects including those under construction as well as those in design. She also talked about some of the challenges the agency is facing and any upcoming project opportunities. View the entire presentation recording from the T&DI main page.

This virtual event provided all the participants with over 10 minutes to network in multiple breakout rooms. While everyone got to participate in the breakout room discussion, only the event sponsors had the opportunity to speak to the guest speaker in the sponsors’ breakout room.

Thank you to our speaker Ms. Mayer for joining us and thank you to all the sponsors for sponsoring this event (Jacobs, Mark Thomas, Michael Baker International, TY Lin International, and WSP.) We had almost 80 participants and had a rigorous discussion during Q/A.

About the Author:

Charlotte Wu is a Transportation Engineer with AECOM. Charlotte is passionate about designing transportation projects that improve the quality of life while maintaining a balanced and sustainable community. Outside of work, she enjoys outdoor activities such as running, snowboarding, and riding. Charlotte can be contacted at [email protected].


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2022 End-of-the-Year Banquet

On Friday, May 13th, the ASCE CSULB Student Chapter hosted their Annual End-of-the-Year Banquet in person at The Centre at Sycamore Plaza in Lakewood, CA. It was a great way to celebrate our student members, faculty, alumni, OC YMF professionals, other student members from CSUF and UCI ASCE student chapters, and guests.

This was the 2021-2022 ASCE CSULB Officer Board's last event of the year and we wanted to thank everyone who made this amazing year possible. To our outgoing board, there is no one else we would rather have by our sides and we are so proud of all your hard work. To our incoming board, we can’t wait to see what you accomplish!

2021-2022 ASCE CSULB Officer Board

ASCE OC YMF Professionals

2022-2023 ASCE CSULB Officer Board

We hope you all continue to support our ASCE CSULB family in the next year! If you have any questions, please contact the new ASCE CSULB Co-Presidents, Kevin Tasci and Erin Santiago, via email at [email protected].

About the Author:

Charlene Suarez is a fourth-year Civil Engineering Student at CSU Long Beach and an intern at Stacy and Witbeck. She is also the ASCE CSU Long Beach Student Chapter Co-President for the 2021-2022 school year. She plans to pursue a career in the Construction field. Charlene can be contacted via LinkedIn.


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ASCE OC University Outreach

Meet the Mentors (Water & Environmental Engineering)

On January 18, 2022, ASCE OC YMF’s University Outreach hosted a Water and Environmental Engineering panel for the fourth installment of its “Meet the Mentors” series. The “Meet the Mentors” series consists of discipline-specific panels to give students who participated in University Outreach’s Mentorship program a chance to broaden their perspective with additional mentors and allow students who did not participate in the program to learn from our awesome mentors.

JR Lagade, Ani Sarkissian, Danny Mejia, and Paul Gabot were selected for the Panel. For the first half of the event, JR provided a behind-the-scenes perspective on Black and Veatch’s Dirtwater Springs Final Design. The students learned about the scope of work and design challenges his team faced while working on the project. To solidify the students’ understanding, University Outreach tested them with a follow-up Kahoot while JR explained the correct answers. The second half of the event was a panel moderated by Janelle Gonzalez. She fielded the students’ questions to our panelists who provided valuable insight on their career paths, lessons learned, communication styles, and much more. The event was met with great feedback from our UCI, CSULB, and CSUF students and we are looking forward to future panels!

About the Author:

Gabreelle is currently an Associate Engineer for the City of Anaheim’s Public Works Development Services Division and serves as the President-Elect for ASCE OC YMF. She enjoys providing support and resources to the student chapters in helping them transition to the professional industry.


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Welcome New Members!

Welcome to the American Society of Civil Engineers! We are happy you joined us in ASCE's Orange County Branch. Remember...there are 101 ways to benefit from your membership with ASCE. Become involved, educate yourself on an engineering topic outside of your expertise, and build relationships with others in the industry - to name a few.

Please contact a Board Member if you have questions, or a committee chairperson to become involved.

Welcome New Members:

April 2022

  • Safa Almufti, S.M.ASCE
  • Juan Cantera, S.M.ASCE
  • Emilio Cantu, S.M.ASCE
  • Chun Ching Chang, S.M.ASCE
  • Shawn Clark, Aff.M.ASCE
  • Daniel Duggan, Aff.M.ASCE
  • Matthew Fong, S.M.ASCE
  • Anna Garcia, S.M.ASCE
  • Selena Guardado, S.M.ASCE
  • Kurtis Hall, S.M.ASCE
  • Noe Herrera, EIT, A.M.ASCE
  • Aime Luna, S.M.ASCE
  • Michelle Narolewska, A.M.ASCE
  • Jenny Nguyen, S.M.ASCE
  • Maelani Rubianes, S.M.ASCE
  • Tiffany Yu, S.M.ASCE

May 2022

  • Alecsander Barker-Aguilar, S.M.ASCE
  • Omid Bozorg-Haddad, Ph.D., Aff.M.ASCE
  • Robert De La Torre, S.M.ASCE
  • Venkata Siva Dondapati, S.M.ASCE
  • Candace Leutzinger, S.M.ASCE
  • James McDonald, Aff.M.ASCE
  • Wendy Sanders, Aff.M.ASCE
  • Abdul Aleem Shakib, S.M.ASCE
  • Grace Warrick, S.M.ASCE


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