Innovative solutions to difficult railway subsurface conditions have been needed since the golden spike was driven in Utah. Many solutions that are used routinely still have not had widespread acceptance in AREMA Guideline. The intent of this webinar is to provide practitioners with innovative solutions and some explanation in their use on North American RR. The presentation will provide some design guidelines, however, is not considered a design course.
This webinar is comprised of recommended practices and relevant accumulated knowledge from subject matter experts in the railroad industry. It is not intended as a regulatory qualification.
|Micropiles and Grouting for Railroad Structures (11.8 MB)||77 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Jeffrey Hill has 20 years of experience in geotechnical construction and engineering. After working in the geotechnical construction community he is now as an independent consulting engineer. He received a BS Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois – Urbana Champaign. Jeff is licensed as a Professional Engineer in Missouri, Illinois, and Arkansas. He sits on AREMA Committee 1 and is a Subcommittee Chair on Committee 8.