GeoEngineers is participating in the Deep Foundation Institute’s (DFI) annual Superpile conference on May 1-3 in Seattle. The conference focuses on all types of ground improvement and foundation engineering, including
augered cast-in-place piles, drilled shafts, driven piles, helical piles and tiebacks, marine foundations, micropiles, and seismic and lateral loads.
Our own Morgan McArthur is one of more than 40 presenters scheduled for the conference. Morgan will talk about GeoEngineers’ work on the Potlatch Transmission Line crossings of North and Henderson Bays in Washington State. The project required designing foundations for an active electrical transmission line in a shallow marine environment that is vulnerable to seismic liquefaction. Morgan will explain how the team approached and overcame these challenges.
The Women in Deep Foundations Committee will also host its annual networking reception, and a large number of GeoEngineers staff are planning to attend. We hope to see you there!