Shallow Foundation Design, Construction, and - HalfMoon Seminars

Shallow Foundation Design, Construction, and - HalfMoon Seminars

Grading and soil improvement Dewatering and drainage Excavation and underpinning Complying with building codes Managing Special Situations in Foundat...

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Shallow Foundation Construction

Knoxville, TN • Friday, July 12, 2013

Understand foundation problems and how to implement solutions.

Possibility of subsidence Shallow foundations on sand Foundations on clay Special soil/site conditions Spread footings Mats

Get tips on grading, drainage, and excavation.

Shallow Foundation Design

Learn how to maintain slope stability and build on expansive and stratified soils.

Role of experts and site evaluation process Site examination techniques Soil mechanics overview Soil sampling and testing Review of laboratory and field results

Get tips on evaluating building sites.

Evaluating Building Sites

Shallow Foundation Design, Construction, and Repair

Discuss the science of shallow foundation design.

Science of shallow foundation design • Early trial and error • Advent of theoretical soil mechanics • The new branch of civil engineering: geotechnical

Knoxville, TN • Friday, July 12, 2013

Shallow Foundation Science

Shallow Foundation Design, Construction, and Repair

Presented by R. Michael Bivens

HalfMoon Education Inc. presents:

Learn how to evaluate building sites Discuss design of shallow foundations on clay and sand Examine the construction process, including grading, excavating, and underpinning Learn about foundations on expansive and stratified soils Explore foundation repair techniques, including piers, piles, and mudjacking

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$269 for one or $249 each for three or more from the same company, registering at the same time. Each registration includes one copy of Shallow Foundation Design, Construction, and Repair.

Morning Session 8:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

R. Michael Bivens, P.E. Rembco Geotechnical Contractors in Knoxville, Tennessee Mr. Bivens graduated from the University of Tennessee with a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and a master’s degree in Geotechnical Engineering. He has nine years of experience as an estimator and geotechnical engineer with Rembco Geotechnical Contractors in Knoxville, providing geotechnical solutions nationwide. Mr. Bivens also serves as adjunct faculty at the University of Tennessee, teaching geotechnical engineering courses. Prior to working with Rembco, Mr. Bivens was a consulting engineer with AMEC Earth and Environmental, Inc., performing geotechnical investigations, civil and environmental design, and geotechnical design. Rembco is a geotechnical contractor that specializes in foundation support, soil stabilization and specialty grouting. It also provides a variety of geotechnical services including ground improvement, rock slide stabilization, excavation shoring, sinkhole remediation, encapsulation grout of hazardous materials, and control of underground liquid migration.

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Shallow Foundation Design, Construction, and Repair

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