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Geosynthetics Conference watch: A special edition of the Geosynthetics Conference

June 1st, 2019 / By: / GeoWatch, News

Exhibitors at Geosynthetics Conference 2019. Photograph courtesy of Mark Skalny/Mark Skalny Corporate Photography

This special edition of the Geosynthetics Conference will feature in-depth case studies spanning the geotechnical industry. Each 30-minute case study presentation will explore a geotechnical project from design to installation. Presenters will highlight the challenges encountered, how they were overcome and the current status of the completed project.

All case studies will include a geosynthetic component and an emphasis has been placed on unique and challenging projects during submission review and presenter selection. 

Visit www.GeosyntheticsConference.com in September to view the full schedule and to register. 

Exhibit hall

The conference kicks off with a welcome reception on the show floor. Join us on Sunday, March 8, 2020, to mingle with colleagues while perusing the latest innovations and product offerings on display.   

While you are on the show floor, be sure to stop by the Geosynthetics Learning Zone to review the education boards detailing the many different uses for geosynthetic materials across a variety of applications. 

Half-day short courses included

Come in early on Sunday to dive into a four-hour short course at no extra cost. All full and one-day registrants are invited to take advantage of this special opportunity. Short course selections will be announced in September.  

Explore Charleston

The Charleston Area Convention Center is conveniently located five minutes from Charleston International Airport. For attendees with limited time, this destination is ideal.  

For attendees who have time to spend exploring the area, options abound. Downtown Charleston is just a quick complimentary shuttle ride away.  From colonial-era houses, Revolutionary and Civil War monuments, and even a submarine from 1864, history is everywhere. If history isn’t your thing, there are also numerous parks and gardens, carriage rides and the chance to spend some time in the sun on the seashore. It’s a great location to bring the family and stay a few extra days. 

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