ODOT seems to be one of the more technically savvy geotech organizations out there. They have a state of the art database for managing nearly every aspect of their operations and data and they have make extensive use of gINT among other things.
The Washington office of Rhode Island-based Geo-Instruments has been contracted to setup (and operate?) a geotechnical and structural monitoring system for the I-5 Undercrossing Project of the overall University Link light rail extension Project. Beginning […]
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