This is going to be a good one!!
Abstract: Roadway slopes and embankments are two types of geotechnical assets defined by the Transportation Research Board and integral parts of asset management program initiatives. By implementing risk-based asset management concepts owners can make informed decisions and realize reduced life-cycle costs, reduced performance and operational issues, and fewer emergency projects. This presentation will discuss hazard-based risk assessment and innovative technologies being used to aid a rural Vermont town in managing landslide risks along a critical local roadway.
Approved For 1 New York State PDH Credit
*Bio: Dave Brogan, PE is geotechnical engineer and GeoStabilization International’s Project Development Engineer for New England, New York, and New Jersey. He has worked as a research associate at the University of Rhode Island and has 17 years of experience as a geotechnical consultant with several New England firms. As a geohazard specialist, he supports public and private partners in the transportation, rail, power, and commercial markets through the assessment, maintenance, and repair of their geotechnical assets.
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