The Ohio DOT Division of Engineering, Office of Geotechnical Engineering, has a new procedure for pre-approval of prefabricated retaining wall systems (PWRS). In an announcement from back in April, they indicate that all wall system […]
Tensar announced that construction has started on $3 million worth of ARES MSE retaining walls on one of Ohio’s largest highway projects. 200,000 square feet of the mechanically stabilized earth retaining walls will be built […]
ODOT’s I-5: Iowa Street Viaduct Replacement Project in Portland will reportedly cut into 6 ancient landslide surfaces according to a PSU Geology Professor. The existing bridge structure is over 50-years old and deteriorating and will […]
Earthsoft, makers of the EQuIS geotechnical and environmental data management software, have posted a presentation titled ODOT Geotechnical Data Management System given by Kirk Beach of the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) Office of Geotechnical […]
Redlands, California—The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) will implement an enterprise version of EarthSoft’s Environmental Quality Information System (EQuIS) for ArcGIS to better manage, analyze, and share geotechnical data throughout the organization. An agreement between ODOT and EarthSoft, an ESRI business partner, will see EarthSoft provide the transportation industry standard Data Interchange for Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Specialists (DIGGS) as electronic data deliverables (EDD). The new data will then reside and be accessible through ODOT’s enterprise-wide geographic information system (GIS)-supported EQuIS database.