DFI 39th Annual Conference on Deep Foundations
Atlanta, GABooth # 21610/21/14 - 10/24/14
2014 Cutting Edge: Groundwater Control for Tunneling
New York, NYBooth # 50711/3/14 - 11/5/14
Posted Thursday, July 25th, 2013Comments (0)
In many parts of the country, dealing with a high groundwater table is the construction norm. Understanding how water moves in the soil and identifying and analyzing site-specific conditions allows...
Get The Lowdown on Underpinning
Posted Wednesday, May 29th, 2013Comments (0)
Of the many underpinning methods available, which is the right one for your project? Determining the one that is best for the situation depends on the answers to a number of questions. What are the...
Take Control Over Contaminated Soil and Groundwater: Four geotechnical techniques you should know about
Posted Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012Comments (0)
These days it's the rule rather than the exception that contaminants in the soil and/or groundwater will be present within an excavation on an urban jobsite. In such circumstances, the solution to...
The Soil Nailing Advantage: When conventional excavation support can’t make the cut
Posted Monday, July 9th, 2012Comments (0)
The Soil Nailing AdvantageEconomical and fast to install, soil nailing can generally be used in any soil where a vertical 4 to 6-foot...
Cutting the Eye: Three Ground Improvement Options for Tunnel Break-ins & Break-outs
Posted Thursday, March 22nd, 2012Comments (0)
Cutting the ‘eye’ for TBM launch and retrieval is a critical component of the overall soft ground tunneling operation. Providing ground stability behind the excavation support is essential....
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