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Getting the most out of GeoNashville 2021 and looking toward 2023

Events, News | October 1, 2021 | By: Barbara J. Connett

Downtown Nashville. Photograph courtesy of Crackerclips, ID 81868104,

GeoNashville, Nov. 4–5, 2021, at the Music City Center in Nashville, Tenn., is just around the corner. This face-to-face geosynthetics event brings attendees together for 1.5 days of plenary presentations and panel discussions from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), as well as the 2021 Robert M. Koerner Award Lecture. 

Interested? Stop by the website ( for the full schedule and to register. Need more motivation to attend? How about four hours of networking, in person, with your colleagues; a variety of representatives from supporting organizations; and the chance to examine the latest offerings from more than 30 industry exhibitors all in one intimate space? Check out the lineup of exhibitors.

Platinum Sponsors/Exhibitors

AGRU America Inc.

BaseLok by Industrial Fabrics Inc.


TenCate Geosynthetics Americas

Tensar International Corp.

Gold Sponsors/Exhibitors

Demtech Services Inc.

Huesker Inc.

Intertape Polymer Group

Megaplast USA Inc.

Owens Corning

Seaman Corp.

Typar Geosynthetics 



City Sewing Machine LLC

e2 Technical Textiles

GeoStabilization International

Geo-Synthetics Systems LLC

Hanes Geo Components

Leister Technologies LLC

Plastatech Engineering Ltd.

Polyweld USA Inc.


Propex GeoSolutions

SKAPS Industries

Titan Environmental USA

TRI/Environmental Inc.

Start your plans to participate in the Technical Program at Geosynthetics 2023

The Technical Program for Geosynthetics 2023 (Feb. 5–8, 2023, in Kansas City, Mo.) is in development, and you can be part of the show. We are looking for authors, moderators, presenters, panelists, reviewers, session chairs and student volunteers.

Call for proposals: Dec. 15, 2021–Feb. 15. 2022

Got a great idea for a technical session, panel discussion, workshop, roundtable session or something completely new and different? Submit your ideas during the Call for Proposals. 

Call for abstracts: March 1–April 29, 2022

Start thinking now about your technical paper topic. Abstract submission requires a title and short (up to 300 words) abstract. 

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