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Structure Support On Laterally Swept Piles
Anyone who has observed a significant number of piles has seen that, inevitably, the pile is not perfectly straight after driving. In spite of the best efforts of contractors, there are a whole host of reasons for piles to end up out-of-plumb or to have a curve, sometimes referred to as pile sweep. For two, recent projects with numerous swept pile, the available research was determined to be limited in application given the investigated pile sizes, lengths and measured sweep. As a result, the project team chose to perform static load testing to evaluate the ultimate resistance of the swept...
June 7, 2017
[OnDemand Webinar] Vapor Intrusion: How a Building Works and Breathes
Watch a recording of our vapor intrusion webinar. Our webinar will strengthen your knowledge on building sciences with a focus on ventilation systems, design and operation that impacts the environmental vapor potential in a building. Our presentation topics include: Understanding how building air movement works What can effect the movement of vapor through a building How air moves through a building Considerations when designing ventilation and vapor mitigation systems Different forces that affect air movement...
January 29, 2019
Volunteering at Texas High School Civil Engineering Club
"It is a difficult task, to not only get a small group of shy high school students to pay attention but to engage and wonder." Alexis Clark, PE, Structural Engineering Trade Manager, CE Club Founder Randy Deatherage, a project engineer from our Arlington, Texas office, recently visited O.D. Wyatt High School in Fort Worth, Texas to present to the school's new civil engineering club. The new club is the first of its kind on the west side of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, and will host weekly presenters from various civil engineering fields who will speak with the class about their engineering...