Registration is now open for our next conference! (April 27th through April 29th).

We invite you to join us, and take advantage of learning from the experiences of the leaders in our field. This is our third conference, and we are more excited than ever to have such a prestigious set of speakers. All of our presenters are speaking on their lessons learned in geotechnical engineering. While you will receive 11 Professional Development Hours (PDH's), the real value comes from implementing their insights into your practice.

                "If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants."
                            -Isaac Newton


Below is a list of our 2015 speakers and their presentation titles. A detailed program outlining the date and time
of each presentation will be available on this web site in March 2015. And will be provided for pickup during
registration.
                   
2015 Speakers* Presentation Titles*
Robert BachusGeosynthetic Engineering:  Lessons from 30 years of Landfill Performance
Roy BordenDesign of Aggregate Pier Groups to Control Settlement
George FilzGeotechnical Engineering at Kennedy Space Center
Mark FrankelInnovation as an Ethical Imperative: Responsible Engineering in the 21st Century**
J. Christopher GeiseI-495 Capital Beltway Express Lanes Project - Challenges, Solutions, and Lessons Learned
Richard E. GoodmanProblems in Dam Foundations and/or Abutments due to Primary Geological Issues
Barbara LukeSome challenges in site characterization for earthquake ground shaking
Alan LuteneggerChallenges in the Design of Screw-Piles and Helical Anchors in Soil
Alberto MarulandaThe Evolution of the Concrete Faced Rockfilled Dams (CFRD)
Gholamzera MesriSettlement of Kansai International Airport Islands
Peter RobertsonLessons learned for Geotechnical Site Investigations
Tom O'RourkeGeo-Hazards and Critical Infrastructure
Harry PoulosLessons Learned From Designing High-Rise Building Foundations
John SchmertmannSeven Months to Dewater a 6,000 cubic yard excavation
John WolosickLessons Learned from Recent Confined Access Micropile and Shoring Projects
                               *Updated 9/9/14
                                ** Can be used for ethics professional development hours