35th Annual Spring Seminar |
Waterfront Engineering: Evolving Practices in Seismic Regions
When: April 14, 2017 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Where: Kane Hall, University of Washington
What: Topics covered include analytical methods and numerical modeling, Lateral spreading, lateral pile design, site response, case histories, owners perspective. See seattlegeotech.org for details.
We are pleased to announce our 35th annual Spring Seminar will be focused on Waterfront Engineering and Construction. This topic was last presented by our group back in 2003 and since then a number of major waterfront projects have been designed and built in Seattle and the greater Puget Sound area. The same challenges exist but we have new methods to use in design and new technology to use in construction. Our region also has unique seismic demands that have evolved over the years that affect waterfront projects. Its a great time to talk about Waterfront Engineering in Seattle!
Course attendees will be eligible to receive 0.8 Continuing Education Units (CEU) or 8 Professional Development Hours (PDH).
$200 Early Registration (before March 30, 2018)
$250 After Registration Deadline
$600 Exhibitors (contact Ty Jahn, TJahn@condon-johnson.com)
$500 Sponsors (contact Ty Jahn, TJahn@condon-johnson.com)
Room 220, Kane Hall, University of Washington Campus in Seattle (View)
4069 Spokane Ln
Seattle, WA 98105
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