A little late, but congratulations to my colleague and fellow blogger, Robert Thompson on receiving the D.GE certification. Wish I could have been there! [Source: Dan Brown and Associates, PC. Image: DBA]
Another nice post from Robert Thompson with Dan Brown and Associates (DBA) about the geotechnical work on the kcICON project. They are the geotechnical designers for a $245 million project that will involve a new cable-stayed bridge over the Missouri River in downtown Kansas City along the I-29/35 corridor. In his post, Robert gives an update on the status of the work including the borings and recent test shaft installation and testing as well as an update on the overall project. (Rendering by Paseo Corridor Constructors)
Our first article from Robert Thompson with Dan Brown and Associates. A project profile of a challenging project invoving a railroad spur for a quarry. It involved ground improvement, soil nailing, and MSE walls.
My colleague at DBA, Robert has posted some new photos for this interesting project involving micropiles supported piers, rock bearing footings at the abutments augmented with rock anchors, and rock bolted slopes. Scroll down for […]