9
March 2022

Design and Construction of Resilient Structures Using Modern Geosynthetics

Hosted By The Burnaby/New West Branch

Status: Registration is now closed.
Date: Wednesday, March 9, 2022
Time:

12:00 PM–12:40 PM Pacific Time: Introduction to geosynthetics, applications and limitations
12:40 PM–12:45 PM Pacific Time: Breakroom assignment
12:45 PM–1:45 PM Pacific Time: Breakroom sessions with subject matter experts on:

  • Soil Reinforcement (e.g., Roads and MSE walls) 
  • Containment Systems (e.g., Ponds, Landfills and Tailings Storage Facilities) 
  • Erosion and Stormwater Management (Various Applications) 

1:45 PM–2:00 PM Pacific Time: Summary of breakout rooms, Q&A and closing

Location: Webinar
Presenter: Prabeen Joshi 
Engineering Business Manager (BC/Yukon) 

Glenn Eckert 
Engineering Business Manager (Alberta) 

Justin Gouthreau 
Engineering Business Manager (Central and Eastern Canada) 

Amy Woods 
Technical Product Manager, Erosion Control and Stormwater Management 

Dave Mueller 
Technical Product Manager, Soil Reinforcement 

Rohit Sati 
Technical Product Manager, Containment 

Greg Parent 
Business Manager, Construction 

Mark Simpson 
Vice President, Geosynthetics 

Brian Fraser 
Vice President, Strategic Business Development
Credit: Eligible for 2 CE Hour(s) of Technical Learning
Cost: Engineers and Geoscientists BC Registrant Regular Price: $19.05 + GST = $20.00

Non-Registrant Price: $19.05 + GST = $20.00

Student Price: $19.05 + GST = $20.00
Contact: For more information, please email Prabeen Joshi.
Note: Registration deadline Friday, March 4, 2022.
This webinar will discuss the different types of geosynthetics, fundamental working principles, selection guides, design, and construction considerations.

Geosynthetics have been used in geotechnical and geoenvironmental applications for several decades and are becoming ever more common in modern engineered infrastructures. With the increased use of geosynthetics, there has also been a rise in the number of reported issues of subpar performance. In almost all cases, the performance issues related to the geosynthetics have been predominantly attributed to failure in the selection of appropriate material, inadequate design considerations, lack of understanding of the limitation of geosynthetics, and/or poor construction QA/QC. This webinar is aimed to fill some of those gaps and provide insights from the Layfield Group Technical Professionals that are continuously involved in Research and development, design support, manufacture, supply, construction, and service with geosynthetics.



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