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geotechnics

[¦jē·ō¦tek·niks]
(civil engineering)
The application of scientific methods and engineering principles to civil engineering problems through acquiring, interpreting, and using knowledge of materials of the crust of the earth.
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The new partnership draws on the distinct strengths of each company: Microsol Resources' ability to provide solutions and consulting for AEC clients with diverse needs, and Keynetix's depth in geotechnical BIM, geotechnical data management, reporting and data interchange.
Course 132094A LRFD Seismic Analysis and Design of Transportation Geotechnical Features addresses the earthquake engineering aspects of the original course.
International Conference on Geotechnical and Earthquake Engineering (2nd: 2013: Chengdu, China) Edited by Jianping Hu, Jianlin Ma, Jorge Meneses, Tong Qiu, Xiong (Bill) Yu, and Xiangwu (David) Zeng
It has acquired its own geotechnical drilling rig and bosses say the company has the potential to become a leader in the sector.
NGA is a geotechnical engineering firm, providing services such as geotechnical engineering, slope stability studies, geological hazard studies, construction monitoring and laboratory testing.
Geotechnical and tunnel construction will find major applications in Bulgaria during the next program period of EU Operational Program "Transport," Moskovski declared at the opening of the forum hosted by the Bulgarian Association of Geotechnical and Tunnel Construction.
Over the years, he has been a strong advocate for geotechnical innovation and has contributed to many state-of-the-practice geotechnical applications in ground improvement, including the first use of a combination of stone columns and earth reinforcement in a wharf structure, the first use of mechanically stabilized backfill underwater, the first use of stone columns in a cellular structure, the use of jet grouting and fracture grouting to support tunnel construction under active railroad tracks, the use of a variety of lightweight fill materials, and the densification and chemical stabilization of organic soils for use in roadway construction.
Today, some of the most promising and widely used applications of metalcasting sand are geotechnical, which includes building construction and road sub-base or embankment material.
Predominantly involved in civil engineering for roadways, the company has been sinking their teeth into projects that require preliminary assessments, detailed engineering studies, geotechnical investigations, program management strategies, construction and administration roles, material testing, and training initiatives.
Executive members of the Joint Working Group on Geotechnical Engineering for Disaster Mitigation and Rehabilitation (JWG-DMR) for their dedication and support to the organisation of this conference;
providing geotechnical testing and engineering services.