Hydropower Project Realizes Huge Savings with Reinforced Soil

The newly constructed Arkun Dam hydropower facility on the Çoruh River (Turkey) would have been considerably more expensive if conventional concrete walls were used along the edges of the power station. NAUE Geosynthetics profiles the project and the reinforced earth option that was selected and which saved 40% on the cost for this portion of the project.

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Geosynthetic Project Management Control Points for Timelines and ROI

This installment from the GeoAmericas Series is timely! The author, Glen W. Toepfer of CQA Solutions, Ltd., will lead an important, free, online discussion...

High-Strength Wicking Geotextile Stabilizes Detention Pond

The availability of high-strength wicking geotextile has been a fascinating development. From pond slope reinforcement to highway frost boil management, these materials have shown...

Dealing with Containment Project Delays: Free Webinar March 27

The spread of COVID-19 around the world is directly impacting geosynthetic containment projects. A number of project delays are being reported, either related to...