Monthly Archives: February 2017

February 2017 Dinner Meeting

UPDATE! Please note that the February dinner meeting has moved to the Hilton Bellevue. Please join us for our February dinner meeting on Thursday February 23rd at the Hilton Bellevue. We hope to see you at our upcoming dinner meeting.

Norway’s Submerged Floating Tunnel Concept and Design

We are excited to announce that Tale Egeberg Aasland, Bridge Engineer with Norway Public Works will be speaking at our February dinner meeting at the Hilton Bellevue (300 112th Ave SE).

 Thursday, February 23rd

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Seattle Spring Short Course and Seminar 2017: Ground Improvement

Seattle Spring Short Course and Seminar 2017: Ground Improvement
ASCE Seattle Section Geotechnical Group & Geo Institute – Seattle Chapter

The ASCE Seattle Section Geotechnical Group is pleased to announce our 34th annual Spring Seminar. Following completion of our first of its kind document “Commentary Guidelines for Ground Improvement Using Discrete Elements”, this year’s topic is Ground Improvement and will many types and aspects of ground improvement. The full day seminar will be held on Saturday, April 22, 2017 on the University of Washington campus in Seattle, Washington. Planning for this event is underway. We are proud to announce that Peter Robertson (Gregg In Situ), George Burke (Hayward Baker) and Brendan Bradley (University of Canterbury) have agreed to be speakers at this Seminar. A one-day short course on ground improvement will be held on the Friday before the seminar. For additional information please see the attached information: 2017 ASCE Geotech Seattle Section – Flier

Please join us for the Spring Short Course 2017 and the Spring Seminar 2017. Registration is now open.

 

Groundhog Newsletter

Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow this morning so apparently we are in for 6 more weeks of winter, if it stays as clear and gorgeous as today was in Seattle, I’m not sure that is anything to complain about.  Here is some light reading to occupy your time during this winter season.  We are pleased to present out 2017 Groundhog! Happy Reading!

2017Groundhog