Geotechnical Judgement - How Risky is Yours, 2020 GeoStrata Article Click here to read »
Geostrata : Lessons Learned from GeoLegends Click here for more information »
The Future of Infrastructure: Dams and The Internet of Things Click here for more information »
Metro Los Angeles TBM "Harriet" lowered at Expo/Crenshaw. Geocomp is providing real-time monitoring of the tunnel as Harriet digs. Click here for more information »
Port Authority's Bayonne Bridge Raise the Roadway Project. Geocomp is engaged in two critical areas of work on this challenging project. The first is to provide instrumentation and monitoring services during construction of the new foundations for the bridge and the raising of the roadway. The second is to provide the "SMART BRIDGE" system, which will facilitate the analysis of the effects of transferring loads from the original application points to new points 64-ft higher on the steel arch structure. Click here for more information »
Tour Of New Tappan Zee Bridge Construction Site. For the Tappan Zee Project, Geocomp is providing the largest and most sophisticated Structural Health Monitoring System on a bridge structure in the United States. Click here for more information »
America needs $3.6 trillion between now and 2025 to bring U.S. infrastructure to a grade "B," explains Greg Diloreto, American Society of Civil Engineers. Also, Chris Edwards, Cato Institute, provides perspective.
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The Selection of Soil Strength for a Stability Analysis - 1997 Buchanan Lecture by T. William Lambe
Active Risk Management in Geotechnical Engineering - 2012 Buchanan Lecture by W. Allen Marr
Dr. W. Allen Marr delivered the 2019 H. Bolton Seed Lecture at Geo-Congress 2019 in Philadelphia, PA, on March 24, 2019 : Geotechnical Judgment and Risk
Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction Distinguished Lecture by Dr Allen Marr, CEO and founder of Geocomp, on 19 June 2017 at the University of Cambridge Department of Engineering.