GeoStabilization International co-sponsored the recent seminar titled “Recent Advances in Soil Stabilization for Slopes and Embankments” with Oregon State University and the Oregon Department of Transportation on May 5th in Portland, Oregon. With topics ranging from “The Dynamic Geology of Oregon and its Geological Hazards” to “Ground Improvement and Liquefaction Mitigation using Driven Displacement Piles”, the seminar provided participants with the latest technology in slope and soil stabilization. All proceeds were donated to the OSU Graduate Geotechnical Student Group.
Pictured: GeoStabilization’s Bryan Wavra Presenting.
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