Paul Axtell, P.E., D.GE, principal engineer, Dan Brown and Associates, PC chair of the DFI Drilled Shaft Committee.
Press Releases

DFI Appoints New Technical Committee Chairs

Hawthorne, NJ (October 23, 2013): Four of the 15 DFI Technical Committees have new committee chairs. It is the role of the Technical Committees to focus on the unique issues of major methods and technologies within deep foundations and excavation, and to keep DFI members and the industry up to date with the state of practice through publications, guidance documents, peer-review of papers, educational events and committee reports in Deep Foundations magazine.

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Geoengineer.org launches GeoSoftware Database

Geoengineer.org has launched a new GeoSoftware directory, sure to be the go-to resource for our industry. The complete revamp of their previous directory will allow software vendors to provide news and video related to their […]


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Press Releases

Dataforensics is focus of Panasonic business solution article: “Dataforensics maximizes field work uptime with fully rugged-tablet solution”

Norcross, GA – September, 2013 – Dataforensics is the focus of an article distributed by technology industry leader Panasonic Systems Communication Company. The article is the result of a case study performed by Panasonic re-seller, […]

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Weekend CUP

Weekend CUP for October 7, 2013

Geotechnical Module v1 update now available! – Source: Autodesk Discussion Groups How The Largest and Most Exciting Boring Machine Will Bury a Freeway – Source: Car and Driver Blog via ASCE SmartBrief Sound Transit approves […]


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Happy Karl Terzaghi’s Birthday 2013!

Every second of October, geotechnical engineers around the world remember Karl Terzaghi on his birthday! Terzaghi is the father of soil mechanics, and I don’t think it is cliche to say he is also the […]