Podcast - The Coming Wave of Biogeotechnical Engineering - CBBG

PODCAST: The Coming Wave of Biogeotechnical Engineering

Biogeotechnical engineering is adding enzymes, microbes, and much more to the engineer's toolbox Geosynthetics have achieved some remarkable levels of performance in infrastructure. They play...
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IECA Update: Hurricane Response, Board of Directors Election Results

As communities throughout the Caribbean, Puerto Rico, southeast Texas, and Florida recover from hurricane flood damage, the International Erosion Control Association Region One (IECA)...
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ECTC Revises the Rolled Erosion Control Products Specification

The Erosion Control Technology Council provides a voice for the large field of professionals who focus on engineering solutions to control soil loss and...
Geocells Create Sloped Greenroof in Bangalore, India

Geocells Create Sloped Greenroof in India

By Strata Geosystems (India) – Greenroofs have continued to gain support in the roofing community. They meet the goal for higher performance buildings. They...
GeoPASS II Returns with a Strong Geotechnical Program – October 11

GeoPASS II Offers a Strong Geotechnical Program – October 11

Last year, Charlotte, North Carolina-based HUESKER hosted a high-level, invitation-only geosynthetics technical networking event called GeoPASS. The inaugural series delivered top-tier lectures and perspectives...
VIDEO INTERVIEW: Chungsik Yoo and Erol Güler Discuss Underground Construction

VIDEO: Chungsik Yoo and Erol Güler Discuss Underground Construction

At EuroGeo 6, the International Geosythetics Society recorded one of its “Two for a Few” installments, which brings together field experts for brief talk...
How RUSLE 2 Benefits Ag, Mining, Urban Design, and Other Sectors

How RUSLE2 Benefits Ag, Mining, Urban Design, and Other Sectors

Nearly 80 years of erosion data in the United States informs the massive RUSLE2 database, led by the US Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources...
IECA 2018 Exhibit Hall

IECA 2018 Opens Housing and Registration, Publishes Full Program

The International Erosion Control Association 2018 Conference and Exhibition (IECA 2018) is fully ready for attendees to reserve accommodation and register for the conference....
Improving Waterways, Coastlines, and Marine Habitats with Geosynthetics

PODCAST: Improving Waterways and Coasts with Geosynthetics

Waterway health and coastal resiliency are some of the most highly debated topics in infrastructure, as work or lack of addressing an issue in...

Erosion Control App Calculates Engineering Data from Job Site Photos

Erosion and sediment control professionals can now use the high-quality lens technology in their iPhone and Android-based mobile devices to determine slopes and evaluate...
Geosynthetics in Erosion Control Webinar

GSI Webinar on Geosynthetics in Erosion Control to Address Landslides

The Next GSI Webinar from the Geosynthetic Institute will focus on “Geosynthetics in Erosion Control.” This high-quality professional development opportunity will be held on 13 September...

PODCAST: Creating Strong Environmental Programs

Infrastructure projects often shape our futures for the better, but they can also be tremendous sources of pollution—especially without proper attention to erosion and...
Drainage and Venting of Geosynthetic Containment Systems

PODCAST: Proper Drainage and Venting of Geosynthetic Barrier Systems

The field of geosynthetics has seen a strong increase geomembrane performance debate. The topics have looked roundly at performance in exposed environments, in buried...
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Protecting a Caribbean Shoreline and Coal-Fired Power Plant

TenCate Geosynthetics has published a new video that features how TenCate Geotube® technology was used to repair and protect a Caribbean shoreline. The immediate...
Bob Mackey, NAGS Webinar

PODCAST: Bob Mackey on the State of Geosynthetics Education

A few years ago, the International Geosynthetics Society revived its Educate the Educators program. The initiative was developed in the early 1990s to help...
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Geocell-Supported Design Restores Indian Highway

By Strata Geosystems (India) - Several days of torrential rain in March 2016 completely destroyed a stretch of National Highway 44 (NH-44) in India....
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GeoAfrica 2017 Releases Promotional Video

GeoAfrica 2017 will be held 8 – 11 October 2017 in Marrakech, Morocco. The conference, which is centered on the theme of “Geosynthetics in...
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Relining a Tailings Dam Stormwater Channel with Limited Access

By Concrete Canvas - In August 2016, a Concrete Canvas® Geosynthetic Cementitious Composite Mat (GCCM) was used to line a drainage channel at Glenridding...
Photo of MnDOT Project Using GSE RoaDrain at Expansion Joints

Improving Drainage at Expansion Joints in Rigid Pavements

By GSE Environmental – Repairing damaged expansion joints in rigid pavements is a costly endeavor. Not only is the cost of the repairs high,...
Photo from Southeast Asian Geotechnical Society 50th Anniversary Symposium Promotion

Southeast Asian Geotechnical Society 50th Anniversary Symposium

The Thai Geotechnical Society will host the Southeast Asian Geotechnical Society's 50th Anniversary Symposium. The international event, featuring 35 invitation-only presentations, will be held...
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PODCAST: Pullout Anchor Testing in Erosion and Sediment Control

Jay Sprague of the South Carolina-based Denver Down Research Facility took on a private client’s pullout anchor testing questions with erosion and sediment control...
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Effective Education for Erosion and Sediment Control System Adoption

Erosion and sediment control advances have produced enormously beneficial results, in infrastructure performance and economics; yet, rates of erosion and sediment control system adoption...
A Primer on Soil and Geotextile Filter Design for MSE Walls

MSE Wall Failures vis-à-vis the Lack of Geotechnical Filters

By Dr. Robert M. Koerner – Since 2001, the Geosynthetic Institute has accumulated data on failures of geosynthetic-reinforced mechanically stabilized earth (MSE) retaining walls....
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Geosynthetic Reinforcement for Wind Energy

Subsidies and federal energy policies get most of the headlines, but with the increasing size of wind turbines and the scale of wind farms,...
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PODCAST: Leap Frog Ideas for Low Impact Development

How do we create a more water-centric infrastructure? That’s a question LimnoTech senior engineer Dr. Daniel Medina, P.E., D.WRE addresses in his work. Low...

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Kevin Vaughan to Speak on Inverted Pavements at GAP 2019

The GAP 2019 transportation engineering event is honored to announce the NSSGA has arranged for Kevin Vaughan of Vulcan to speak on Inverted Pavements,...

GAP 2019 – Connecting Three Transportation Disciplines

Three Major Transportation Disciplines, Three Co-Chairs Representing Diverse Infrastructure. Nearly three years ago, a discussion emerged around the geostructural aspects of pavements, railways, and airfields....
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GEOFORUM 2019 Heads to Philadelphia

HUESKER’s annual GeoForum events are characterized by high-caliber presentations and high-quality networking. The smaller-by-design gatherings leave considerable room for Q&A on some of the...
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