ASFE, The Geoprofessional Business Association has elected a new president, Kurt R. Fraese, L.G. Kurt is the CEO of GeoEngineers, Inc. Click on over to the ASFE/GBA website to read more about him and the […]
22nd April 2013, Redditch, UK – Keynetix are pleased to announce that an upgrade to KeyLAB has been released today that includes a number of new features requested by users to help them manage their geotechnical and concrete laboratory. The new build expands the functionality of the system to assist laboratory managers who are conducting concrete testing, working in a NATA accredited laboratory or with the ASTM standards and is available free of charge to all users who have an in-date maintenance agreement.
As well as the new features in this release, KeyLAB have produced a large number of free test definitions and input and report sheets for companies who are implementing KeyLAB within a laboratory, conducting tests to BS or ASTM standards. These worksheets and reports have been designed by Peter Keeton from Keynetix, who has over 30 years experience of managing large geotechnical laboratories.
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Airport authorities at the Charles B. Wheeler airport in Kansas City, MO were concerned about a leaking CMP joint 22-feet beneath the taxiway. The sand that was coming through the joint was detected on a […]
Dr. Dave has some financial analysis of the Bingham Canyon Mine Landslide in Utah. His interpretation of some of the financial data being thrown around is a financial loss of $770M, ouch! [Source: Read the […]
There is a great collection of aerial photos and other photos from last week’s Bingham Canyon Mine Landslide at Kennecott Utah Copper’s Flickr Photostream. Thanks to my colleague Wolfgang Knudson at Golder for sending the […]
This video for the Massena Lateral Bridge Slide from Iowa DOT shows a very nice 3D rendering of the entire accelerated bridge construction process. They are using a lateral slide method to construct the bridge […]
The District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (DC Water) recently christened a new Tunnel Boring Machine ‘Lady Bird’ in honor of former first lady Claudia Alta ‘Lady Bird’ Taylor Johnson. The roughly 23-ft diameter […]
This is a great video montage of rock blasting for Washington State DOT’s I-90 Snoqualmie Pass project. It’s not clear from the description if this blasting actually occurred on this project or its from other […]
A new publication was released from the TRB’s NCHRP program on Geofoam Applications in Slope Stability Projects. TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Research Results Digest 380: Guidelines for Geofoam Applications in Slope Stability […]
A large landslide last week at Kennecott Utah’s Bingham Canyon copper mine has stopped poduction and could result in furloughs or layoffs. The landslide occured on April 10, 2013 at around 9:30 pm in the […]