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CGS-SOS Summer Workshop - Pile Capacity Verification & Testing Methods (8 Hours PEO PEAK / DAY)

Canadian Geotechnical Society - Southern Ontario Section

Wednesday, 25 July 2018 from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM (EDT)

CGS-SOS Summer Workshop - Pile Capacity Verification &...

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Purchase your ticket on/before Friday July 6, 11:30 PM.
Sold Out Ended $90.00 $7.01
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Three Sponsorship tickets are available for this workshop. Each sponsorship includes prominent logo placement at the workshop venue (up to four roll up tradeshow displays), Plus, sponsors' logo in the slide show during the breaks and one (1) complimentary registration. The sponsors can provide promotional items for the workshop limited to lanyards, notepads, pens and USB keys (with workshop materials saved on them). The roll up displays and promotional items are to be provided by the sponsor and the CGS-SOS committee will review and approve the allocation of promotional items and the text of the slide displays.
Sold Out Ended $500.00 $36.17

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Summer Workshop: Pile Capacity Verification & Testing Methods

 

CGS-SOS is pleased to present a one-day summer workshop, designed for Geotechnical Consultants, Geo-structural Designers, Specialty Geotechnical Contractors, Government Agencies, University Students and other contractors and designers who desire continual improvement to their geotechnical engineering skills.

This workshop is an excellent source of information and professional development for geotechnical engineers practicing in Ontario.  The Professional Development Hours (PDH) noted on the registration ticket will be the certificate for proof of PDH for this event.

Registration fee covers your spot at the workshop, an access to workshop materials, continental breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks.

 

PRESENTERS:

Mr. Tony Sangiuliano, P.Eng. 

Senior Foundation Engineer – Ministry of Transportation, Ontario, Toronto, ON

Dr.  M Yogi Yogendrakumar, Ph.D., P.Eng.        

Principal, Senior Geotechnical Engineer – Golder, Vancouver, BC

Mr. Denny Kort, M.Eng., P.E. 

Country Manager, Land USA-Atlantic – Fugro, Gainesville, FL

Mr. Naresh Gurpersaud, P.Eng.                          

Vice President – Keller Foundations Ltd., Acton, ON

Mr. Wesley Saunders, P.Eng. 

Business Development Manager – GKM Consultants, Thunder Bay, ON

 

AGENDA:

1.1        Importance of Pile testing from Owner's Perspective

1.2        Pile  Driving Analyzer

1.3        Osterberg Cell Test  

1.4        Full Scale Pile Load Test 

1.5        Pile Instrumentation                        

1.6        Case History –  Pile Conventional Load Test

1.7        Question and Answer – Panel Discussion


Link to the Workshop Brochure: 

http://cgs-sos.ca/event/summer-2018-workshop-pile-capacity-verification-and-testing-methods/

Have questions about CGS-SOS Summer Workshop - Pile Capacity Verification & Testing Methods (8 Hours PEO PEAK / DAY)? Contact Canadian Geotechnical Society - Southern Ontario Section

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St. Bernard Church
1789 Lawrence Avenue West
Toronto, ON M6L 1E3
Canada

Wednesday, 25 July 2018 from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM (EDT)


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About Us


The Canadian Geotechnical Society Southern Ontario Section (CGS-SOS) represents the national organization at the local level centered at the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and covering some cities in Southern Ontario. The CGS-SOS was established in the early 1970s and forms the largest region of the Society. Its purpose is to provide opportunities for continuing education (through lectures and seminars), and for constructive dialogue and sharing of experiences. This is accomplished through organizing events on about a monthly basis.


The Canadian Geotechnical Society (CGS) is an independent, federally incorporated, non-profit learned society which exists to serve and promote the geotechnical and geo-science community in Canada. It encompasses a wide spectrum of scientific and engineering disciplines within the geotechnical field. Membership is open to individuals from all sectors including private consulting, universities, industry, contracting and public services.

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