Webinar: Design & Construction of Water and Wastewater Facilities
July 28 @ 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM CDT
This is part four of a four-part series on geotechnical and environmental considerations for various civil engineering projects. Part Four will be an in-depth seminar on geotechnical considerations for design and construction of water and wastewater projects. The presentation will discuss the geotechnical requirements as they relate to building various underground utilities (water lines, storm sewers, etc.).
Topics of discussion include testing of soils, design and construction of underground utilities, lift stations, ground storage tanks, augering, micro-tunneling, pipe jacking and more.
David A. Eastwood PE, D.GE, DFE, C.A.P.M., F.FPA, F.ASCE
Geotech Engineering & Testing
Mr. Eastwood has practiced consulting engineering for about 44 years, serving in key technical project management and administrative roles. His specialties are in geotechnical, environmental, materials and geoforensic engineering. His experience in these functions include a wide range of project types, ranging from public infrastructure, public works, municipal Work, industrial facilities, commercial developments to waste disposal facilities, power plants, dams, marine terminals, and underground storage tank contamination studies. Mr. Eastwood also conducts training in geotechnical, environmental, materials and geoforensic engineering for many agencies and associations. He is the President of Houston Chapter of Texas Council of Engineering Laboratories and he is the founder and past president of Foundation Performance Association, an organization specializing in foundation failure evaluation.
Cost – $0
This session will be offered free to all participants! We hope you are able to attend and encourage you to invite your colleagues to join you.