The Geo-Institute’s GeoCongress 2022 conference in Charlotte North Carolina is well underway. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to attend this year, but I don’t have to miss out on this year’s keynote speakers, and neither do you! The GI is live-streaming four prestigious keynote presentations, including the Karl Terzaghi Award Lecture, The H. Bolton Seed Lecture, The Ralph B. Peck Lecture, and the Carl L. Monismith Lecture. Recorded versions of the Seed and Monismith lectures are already on the GI’s YouTube Channel, but you still have time to catch the other two live, including the Terzaghi Lecture today at 5:15 PM ET. See the entire playlist of recorded and upcoming live lectures!
John R. Wolosick, P.E., M.ASCE, of Hayward Baker Inc. has been named the recipient of the 2008 Martin S. Kapp Foundation Engineering Award.
Odenton, Md. (Vocus/PRWEB ) July 9, 2008 — John R. Wolosick, P.E., M.ASCE, has been named the recipient of the 2008 Martin S. Kapp Foundation Engineering Award. The Geo-Institute Board of Governors of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) selected Wolosick for this award, noting his valuable contributions to micropile design and development, slope stabilization and retaining wall repairs.
The award citation presented to Wolosick cited his work for â€œnovel and innovative design and construction applications for micropiling, earth retention, slope and dam stabilization works and the dissemination of this experience through publications, presentations, seminars and tireless promotion of new technology for acceptance in industry and government.â€
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The Geo-Institute’s Geo-Frontiers conference was held recently in Orlando Florida. On March 14, 2017, they presented their awards, including the prestigious Karl Terzaghi Award, the Ralph Peck Award and others. This video was shown at […]
The Geo-Institute of the ASCE has made some changes to their online services. For starters, they have now posted online versions of the Geo-Strata magazine. The only catch is you have to be a member to read them. Additionally, they now have a blog with an associated RSS news feed. If you don’t use RSS feeds, you can always head over to our Outside News and Blogs page where we have already incorporated this new blog’s feed into our aggregated news.