GeoPrac.net is pleased to welcome our latest sponsor, Fine spol. s r.o., the makers of GEO5 suite of geotechnical engineering software. Fine began selling structural engineering software in 1987 and their geotechnical software offerings came […]
The Minnesota Department of Transportation has released a report on how to utilize cone penetration testing (CPT) for a variety of geotechnical analysis and design tasks. These tasks, which are applicable both to state highways […]
The homeowners of the Millennium Tower in San Francisco are expected to file a permit application for 50 new 24-inch diameter piles approximately 250 feet long to hopefully stabilize the building and perhaps even reverse […]
A magnitude 7 earthquake struck just 8 miles north of Anchorage, Alaska this morning causing widespread damage to buildings and infrastructure. The quake struck at 8:29 am local time and the focus of the earthquake […]
Anyone in the geotechnical field knows of Karl Terzaghi, and has probably read his work. But our colleages at Geoengineer.org have done our industry a great service by providing an audio recording of Terzaghi’s last […]
A bridge over the Swan River in a rural area of eastern Saskatchewan collapsed just six hours after opening, and reportedly there was no geotechnical investigation done for the piers in the river. The Dyck Memorial […]
There was a major flash flood and debris flow event in the Swiss Town of Chamoson and the video is unreal. The videos below are pretty crazy!