Geotechnical engineering utilizes the disciplines of rock and soil mechanics to investigate subsurface conditions. Geotechnical engineering evaluations also include a review of the geologic conditions. These investigations are used to design, and build foundations, earth structures, and pavement sub-grades.
Edited by Jinsong Huang, Ph.D.; Gordon A. Fenton, Ph.D., P.Eng.; Limin Zhang, Ph.D.; and D. V. Griffiths, Ph.D., P.E., D.GE.
Edited by Paolo Gazzarrini, P.Eng.; Thomas D. Richards Jr., P.E., D.GE; Donald A. Bruce, Ph.D., C.Eng., D.GE; Michael J. Byle, P.E., D.GE; Chadi S. El Mohtar, Ph.D.; and Lawrence F. Johnsen, P.E., D.GE
March 24–27, 2019
Geo-Structures Confluence 2018
November 2, 2018
St. Charles, MO
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The Trenchless Technology Center (TTC) of Louisiana Tech University in conjunction with UESI hosted a 40-hour short course on Utility Investigations School (UIS) on August 15-19 in Ruston, Louisiana.
On March 29, several key members of the Utility Engineering and Surveying Institute (UESI) Board of Governors conducted a free ASCE eLearning webinar on the work and objectives of the new and ASCE's ninth institute to nearly 170 participants.
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