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Lainhart and Masten Dams’ Seepage Barrier and Embankment Reinforcement
Jupiter, FL – Our new video features our work a the Lainhart and Masten Dams for the South Florida Water Management District as part of the Everglades Restoration project. The video, featuring Carol Wehle-Howard of The Carol Group, displays our injectable seepage barrier technology and the powerful soil stabilization capabilities of our high-density structural polyurethane injection techniques.
Ground Works Solutions’ Sales Engineer, Aaron Rogers, Earns P.E. Certification
Congratulations are in order for Ground Works Solutions’ Sales Engineer Aaron Rogers, who recently earned his Professional Engineering certification in the State of Kentucky. Aaron leads the sales and business development efforts for GWS in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, and has facilitated the design and execution of many unique and successful projects. Aaron has recently been featured in several high profile project videos by GWS, including the Kentucky International Convention Center and the Cincinnati Union Terminal soil bearing capacity increase projects.
Aaron has been part of the GWS team for nearly 4 year and previously held the position of geotechnical engineer for Thelen Associates Inc. specializing in commercial, residential, and roadway foundations. Aaron graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Science in Civil…
Tony Alfano is elected Chair of ASCE – New Jersey Section, COPRI
Tony Alfano, Project Engineer for New Jersey and New York for Ground Works Solutions, was elected the Chair of COPRI for the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)’s New Jersey Section.
COPRI (Coastal, Oceans, Ports & Rivers Institute) is a semi-autonomous institute of ASCE, that serves as a multidisciplinary and international leader in improving knowledge, education, development and the practice of civil engineering and other disciplines in the sustainable management of coastal, ocean, port, waterways, riverine and wetlands resources for the benefit of society.
COPRI serves its membership and society by uniting the disciplines working to sustainably develop, protect and restore coasts, oceans, ports, waterways, rivers and wetlands; integrating the key stakeholders into decision making processes; advancing technological state of art and practice; and influencing public policy. Tony will begin…