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GMA and SAME team up for seminar in Maryland on geo and fabric structures

October 25th, 2017 / By: / Industry News, News

The Geosynthetic Materials Association (GMA) and the Society of Military Engineers (SAME) present an onsite Technical Seminar on Understanding the Critical Role of Geosynthetics Materials and Fabric Structures at the Woodland Park 3 office building, 1306 Concourse Drive, Linthicum Heights, Md., near BWI Airport, on Nov. 16, 2017.

The one-day Technical Seminar will provide attendees with an advance working knowledge of the state-of-practice in the proper selection, design and construction of geosynthetic materials. The seminar will offer the latest information on emerging geosynthetic materials in the areas of reinforcement and stabilization (mine grids, geogrids and geotextiles), fabric structures, erosion control materials and geomembranes.

The Technical Seminar is appropriate for design engineers, recent survey academy graduates, retired engineers, project managers, government officials and private sector experts.

The instructors are drawn from GMA members and by members of the Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI) Fabric Structure division, including Fred Chuck of HUESKER, Doug Brown of Tensar, Jimmy Youngblood of GSE Environmental, Ted Anderson of HEYtex & BondCote, and Keith Harris of Hanes Geo Components. The seminar will be moderated by Thomas McClellan of SAME and Jonathan Curry of GMA.

Registration for all presentations (including lunch) is $100. Registration for the Fabric Structures presentation and either morning or afternoon session (including lunch) is $60. Registration for one presentation (not including lunch) is $40.

For more information on the Technical Seminar and it’s presentations, or to register, visit http://bit.ly/2yG2Qnj. For questions, contact Jessica Kivijarvi of GMA at jmkivijarvi@ifai.com or (651) 225-6981.

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