Issue Number 3 was released with some excellent papers including “Leaning Tower of Pisa: Behavior after Stabilization Operations”, “The Washington Monument Case History” and “Reconstruction of Konstantinovsky Palace in a Suburb of Saint Petersburg”. (Image from Burland et. al, 2009, IJGC)
In the May 2007 edition of Foundation Drilling Magazine, a publication of the Association of Drilled Shaft Contractors (ADSC), Silas Nichols, PE of the Federal Highway Administraton provided a summary of the FHWA’s role in providing guidance on drilled shaft design and construction over the years through research funding, publications and involvement in AASHTO and other agencies. Also in the article is an overview of upcoming updates to AASHTO codes, and FHWA publications. Read on for more details.
I stumbled across this great answer to that question from Geotechnical consulting firm Tierra Group International, LTD a geotechnical consulting firm servicing the mining industry: Mankind lives on the earth. Everything built, either originated from, […]
Moretrench is pleased to announce that Keith LaRue, P.E., has been promoted to Northeast Regional Manager for Moretrench’s geotechnical operations. A 1994 graduate of Worcester Polytechnic Institute with a B.S. in Civil Engineering, Mr. LaRue, […]