Site Investigation for Geotechnical Design
After participating in this course, you will be able to:
- Perform site investigation for a typical project
- Interpret the field test results and estimate soil parameters
- Determine proper laboratory tests required for your project
Site investigation is generally conducted prior to the start of any construction project to gather crucial information that will influence the design, construction, and environmental assessment of a proposed project. Site investigation could be carried out using both surface site exploration methods (non-intrusive techniques) and subsurface drilling survey (intrusive methods). This webinar presents various site exploration techniques used in a typical site investigation process including geophysical measurements, geotechnical drilling, sampling and field tests.
An overview of selecting proper lab tests for specific site conditions along with geotechnical reporting will also be discussed.
- Purpose of site investigation
- Geophysical measurements
- Geotechnical drilling, bore hole logs
- Soil sampling techniques
- Field and laboratory tests
- Estimating soil parameters from field tests
Who Should Attend
Those who deal with construction related geotechnical engineering issues or need to build background on geotechnical analyses and design including:
- Civil, environmental and transportation engineers/technicians
- Geologists, city and public works officials/planners
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