On February 8, 2017, in Edmonton, Alberta, Dan Ruffing, our US Engineering Manager, and Pete Craig, our Western Canada Regional Manager, were happy to support the Environmental Services Association of Alberta (ESAA) by putting on a day-long technical course “Fixing Bad Ground In Situ” at ESAA’s Environmental Business 2017 event at the Marriot Cree River. The course includes over six hours of lecture, videos, hands-on demonstrations, and practical exercises. The full title of the course is “Fixing Bad Ground In Situ: Practical Seepage Control, Site Remediation and Ground Improvement using Slurry-Supported Excavation, Single-Pass Trenching and Soil Mixing”. Participants in the Edmonton course came from a range of backgrounds, but all left with a basic understanding of some of the industry’s most innovative approaches to solving geotechnical and environmental soil and groundwater problems.
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