Pile Dynamics Inc. is a global leader in deep foundation quality control and performance testing. They are known for their specialty geotechnical software and equipment, including Pile Driving Analyzer (PDA), and thermal integrity profiler (TIP). […]
The Deep Foundations Institute (DFI) has published it’s Mar/Apr 2018 issue of Deep Foundations Magazine. Feature articles include: High-Capacity Micropiles for Bulfinch Crossing Drilled Shaft Construction – Selecting the Appropriate Equipment and Tooling CSM Support […]
The May/June issue of Deep Foundations Magazine by the DFI features a special look at Dewatering and Groundwater Control. One of the articles is by Gregory Landry, the Chief Dewatering Engineer at GeoPrac sponsor, Moretrench. […]
The FHWA recently released ‘GEC 12 – Design and Construction of Driven Pile Foundations’ (FHWA-NHI-16-009 and FHWA-NHI-16-010). A companion publication ‘Design and Construction of Driven Pile Foundations – Comprehensive Design Examples’ (FHWA-NHI-16-064) is also available. […]
Hawthorne, NJ (December 2, 2013): The DFI Educational Trust announces the establishment of three new scholarship programs: the Manual Fine Civil Engineering Scholarship Fund, John O’Malley Scholarship Fund and Francis Gularte Scholarship Fund.
The Manuel Fine Civil Engineering Scholarship Fund was established through a $25,000 donation from the Heavy Construction Association of Ontario. The fund honors Manuel Fine, who served DFI for 24 years in many roles, including trustee, president, executive director, managing editor of Deep Foundations magazine, and in recent years, as publisher of the DFI Journal. The fund will provide scholarships for civil engineering students attending universities in Canada. Patrick Bermingham, of Bermingham Foundation Solutions and vice president of the DFI Board of Trustees, is chair of the fundraising drive.
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Hawthorne, NJ (October 23, 2013): Four of the 15 DFI Technical Committees have new committee chairs. It is the role of the Technical Committees to focus on the unique issues of major methods and technologies within deep foundations and excavation, and to keep DFI members and the industry up to date with the state of practice through publications, guidance documents, peer-review of papers, educational events and committee reports in Deep Foundations magazine.
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The Association of Drilled Shaft Contractors or ADSC has a catalog of their technical library available through their website. ADSC has countless useful publications for drilled shaft designers, most of them very reasonably priced for […]