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Recent Trends in Geotechnical Instrumentation on December 7

Type:  Announcements  

Tuesday, December 7, 2010 

Recent Trends in Geotechnical Instrumentation
Sponsored by BSCES Geo -Institute Group 

 

with Douglas S. Roy, PE, Associate Principal, GZA GeoEnvironmental of New York 
 
Radisson Hotel, 200 Stuart Street, Boston
5:30 PM Registration; 6:30 PM Dinner; 7:15 PM Presentation
 
$55 Members, $65 Non-Members
$45 Public Sector Members, $55 Public Sector Non-Members
$40 Senior Member (65+), $25 Student Members
 
Technological advances in microelectronics have led to advances in the geotechnical instrumentation market. These advances have produced instruments with more frequent reading cycles, arguably higher quality data, and systems allowing for almost real-time, internet-friendly viewing and analysis of the data by engineers, clients, and project stakeholders.  Given the availability of this technology and the level of risk associated with underground construction in the built environment, the number and types of instrumentation continues to increase on these projects. 
 
Join BSCES for a general discussion of these trends and innovations, along with descriptions of newer, more advanced instrumentation systems currently being used on a wider scale for geotechnical monitoring and quality control.  Time will be provided at the end of the presentation for questions and further discussion.
 
Registration Deadline: Thursday, December 2, 2010
 
Information/Registration:  Register to attend this meeting and pay by credit card online at: 

http://www.engineers.org/index.cfm?pk=custom&ac=viewEventDetails&eventId=BS_GEOINST_12-7-10

 

To register online for an event at the BSCES member rate you must login using your BSCES assigned username and password. If you do not know your BSCES member login information, contact Rich Keenan at 617/305-4110. To process your online payment the billing name and address must match the name and address of the credit card you are using. If you have difficulties registering online contact Faye Nelson at 617/305-4104 or fnelson@engineers.org. You can also register by contacting Kristinn Gerra of GZA at kristinn.gerra@gza.com. If you have any dietary restrictions, please e-mail that information to Kristinn Gerra.  Cancellations received after December 2, 2010 and no-shows will be billed.
 
This presentation provides 1.0 Professional Development Contact Hours (PDH)

 

 
 
 
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