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How a Comprehensive Geotechnical Soil Report can Save Money and Provide Value

By Lyle Simonton In this article, we’ll discuss how allowing the geotechnical engineer to conduct a thorough soil investigation can save the owner money on...

Geotechnical and Earthquake Engineer, Sam Christie, Joins Kleinfelder’s Seattle Team

SEATTLE, Washington – Kleinfelder is pleased to announce Sam Christie has joined the Seattle team in the role of Principal Professional/Senior Project Manager.  Responsible for providing project...

Engineer Optimizes 25.5-Foot-Tall Gravity Retaining Wall

When excavation for a retaining wall at John C. Tune Airport in Nashville, Tennessee, opened up a geotechnical can of worms, engineer Clint Hines,...

Gannett Fleming Acquires SAGE Engineers

Gannett Fleming acquired California-based geotechnical company SAGE Engineers Inc. This marks the fourth acquisition for Gannett Fleming in seven months and the second in California.

Auburn constructing Advanced Structural Testing Laboratory

Auburn University is taking another giant step as the Southeast’s leader in structural engineering research and instruction through the construction of a $22 million Advanced Structural Testing Laboratory.

Cardno acquires Raba Kistner, Inc.

Professional infrastructure and environmental services consultancy, Cardno Limited agreed to acquire Raba Kistner Inc, a Texas based 470-person engineering services firm.

ELE launches geotechnical testing software

ELE International launched a new version of its dedicated software for soils testing to BS, ASTM and AASTHO standards.

Terracon acquires GeoConcepts and GeoCapitol

Terracon acquired Washington, D.C., area firms GeoConcepts Engineering, Inc. and GeoCapitol Engineering, LLC. By bringing these two organizations into Terracon, the company reinforces its Mid-Atlantic focus, now with five offices in the metropolitan area.
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39th Annual Short Course: Grouting Fundamentals and Current Practice

Since 1979 the Grouting Fundamentals and Current Practice course has covered pressure grouting as a method to improve geotechnical properties of soils and rock masses, with special focus on mechanisms, theories, and practical applications of grouting to ground densification and strengthening, permeability reduction and groundwater cutoffs.

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