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  • Tank Town USA!
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    Geosynthetic manufacturer, Tensar, has a new promotional video featuring Beau, the King of the Road. And he has an interesting way of demonstrating the effectiveness of their geogrid product…using a tank!  To celebrate the launch of their new video, they are [...]
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    Video Shows Sinkhole Swallowing Florida Homes

    The more than 200-foot wide and 50-foot deep sinkhole that swallowed homes is far from the state’s first. Source: Video Shows Sinkhole Swallowing Florida Homes
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    gINT SIG Virtual Workshop on User System Data Functions

    Bentley announces their latest gINT Special Interest Group (SIG) virtual workshop, Making Data Management and Presentation Easier with User System Data Functions, on Wednesday, November 1, 2017 at 9 a.m. EDT or 5 p.m. EDT. Register today! Not only can [...]
  • Randy Post, President of GeoPrac.net and Senior Geological/Geotechnical Engineer at Golder
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    Webinar on Increasing Bearing Capacity and Reducing Settlement with Chemical Grout – April 6th

    On Friday, April 6th from 12-1pm EST, 9-10am PST I will be presenting a webinar on increasing bearing capacity and reducing settlement using chemical grout, specifically polyurethane grout. Please register now for this free geotechnical webinar.  The webinar, hosted by Ground Works [...]
  • Geosynthetic erosion control mat
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    Geosynthetics Institute Webinar – Geosynthetics in Erosion Control

    The estimated society cost of landslides in the U.S. is estimated at $2-5B and worldwide might even approach $10B. The percentage triggered by surface erosion is certainly a major contributor. While the mechanisms of soil erosion are well-known (consisting of [...]
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    New Guidelines for High-rise Foundations in San Francisco

    The 645-foot tall Millennium Tower in San Francisco settled an incredible 16 inches, and tilted at least 2 inches to the northwest.  Recently the City and County Department of Building Inspection (DBI) issued interim guidelines and procedures for structural, geotechnical [...]

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