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Jean-Louis Briaud, a geotechnical Professor at Texas A&M is running for President of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). It is not often that a geotechnical engineer is running for President of the ASCE. Jean-Louis Briaud is running for this position, after serving as President of ISSMGE, Geo-Institute and FedIGS.

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Cairo, a small town in West Virginia, began growing in truck traffic when the oil and gas industry started taking roots in the city. The old bridge proved to be insufficient for the Average Daily Traffic (ADT) that the city needed. GRL Engineers tested the foundations of Cairo's Bridge replacement.

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A suspension bridge that crosses the river Nile over central Cairo in Egypt was declared as the world's widest.

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A large landslide occurred in northeast face of mount Joffre on Sunday, May 12, 2019.

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A procedure that involves the preparation of remoulded soil samples for soil testing is presented by Wykeham Farrance/ CONTROLS Group.

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A powerful M 7.5 earthquake hit the eastern coast of Papua New Guinea on Tuesday, May 14, 2019.

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Bentley Systems announced the acquisition of Keynetix, a UK-headquartered provider of cloud-based software for capturing, visualizing, modeling, and sharing of geotechnical data.

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A radioactive waste storage tunnel in Harford, California, that was at risk collapse has been stabilized.

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According to new data, volcanoes are responsible for the biggest mass extinction on Earth.

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Hayaward Baker, Inc. (HBI) worked on the construction of the Seaside Way Pedestrian Bridge in Long Beach, California. The bridge connects the Long Beach Convention Center and Long Beach Performing Arts Center. This project received ENR's 'Best of the Best 2018' award in the Landscape/Urban Development category.

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