Tensar Corporation Wins Association Of National Advertisers’ 2022 B2 Award 

June 9th, 2022

Bryan C. Gee, P.E., Tensar Director of Education and Training, receiving the ANA B2 Award Tensar Corporation, a global leader in geogrid engineered solutions for civil construction, has won an Association of National Advertisers 2022 B2 award. The company received a silver award in the "Integrated Marketing Program Small - Mid-Size Business" category for its "Time […]

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Geogrid geocomposite saves 50% in installation time

February 8th, 2022

Freudenberg Performance Materials Holding SE & Co. KG released a new geogrid geocomposite aimed at increasing the efficiency of construction projects. EnkaGrid MAX C geogrid geocomposite. Photograph courtesy of Freudenberg Performance Materials Holding SE & Co. KG Germany-based Freudenberg Performance Materials launched EnkaGrid MAX C, a new geogrid geocomposite consisting of a reinforcing geogrid bonded […]

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Slope stability with geocells at a New Zealand playground

December 27th, 2021

Photograph courtesy of Cirtex Aronia Park is a colorful new playground in South Auckland, New Zealand, that includes two multihued slides. The challenge arose with the specified topsoil thickness for the steep slope beneath the slides. There was a risk of the slope soil sliding off and requiring costly repair. Greenscene, the contractor, approached Cirtex […]

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NAUE geosynthetics secure German road embankment over old mining area

November 2nd, 2021

Photograph courtesy of NAUE The German federal highway B91 between the cities of Deuben and Werschen in Germany is a collector road with access to the A9 motorway. The subsoil risks resulting from past lignite mining activities represent an enormous challenge in the region. Subsidence has occurred regularly. Solution In the area of a bridge […]

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Tensar releases next-generation InterAx geogrid

August 9th, 2021

Tensar InterAx geogrid. Photograph courtesy of Tensar International Tensar International announces the release of the next generation in its portfolio of geosynthetic solutions: InterAx geogrids. Since Tensar invented geogrids in the 1970s, the products have earned a reputation as the optimal way to address poor soil conditions and stabilize aggregate in roadways and other critical […]

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An interview with Michael Lawrence, CEO of Tensar, on the launch of InterAx geogrid

August 8th, 2021

By Todd R. Berger Photograph courtesy of Tensar International As was announced August 9, the Alpharetta, Ga.-based geosynthetics manufacturer Tensar International launched an innovative new geogrid called Tensar InterAx. Michael Lawrence, CEO of Tensar, spoke with Geosynthetics magazine about the new geogrid. The questions and answers have been edited for clarity. The new InterAx geogrid […]

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Tensar International to host InterAxion Conference focusing on infrastructure and launching new geogrid

July 29th, 2021

Photograph courtesy of Tensar International Corp. In response to the urgent demand for innovative approaches to cost-effectively improve infrastructure resiliency and sustainability, Tensar International Corp. has announced the launch of its InterAxion Conference, to be held on Aug. 10–12, 2021.  The virtual conference features a series of brief TED-style talks from key infrastructure industry influencers […]

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HUESKER Group launches Fortrac T eco PET recycled yarn geogrid

March 8th, 2021

HUESKER Group announced that the Fortrac T geogrid is now available in the ecoLine version. The flexible, resilient geogrid for reinforced soil structures is made from 100% recycled polyester (PET) yarns. The company had previously introduced another product in the ecoLine, HaTelit C eco asphalt reinforcement, also made from recycled PET yarns. By dispensing with […]

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Ground improvements using geofoam: A case history

October 14th, 2020

By Javaid M. Alvi, Ph.D., and Jahangir J. Kabir, Ph.D., P.E The project site is a triangular-shaped property located at the intersection of Raleigh Avenue and West Liberty Avenue in the Borough of Dormont, Allegheny County, Pa. (Figure 1). The site housed two Nissan buildings, one with a showroom at the top floor and the […]

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A geosynthetic wrap-face vegetated wall system

October 1st, 2020

For highway embankment construction  By Stanley M. Miller and Drew Loizeaux A recent creek enhancement project to facilitate the passage of bull trout in Pend Oreille County of northeastern Washington state required removal of a 6-foot (1.8-m) diameter concrete culvert (Figure 1), realignment of a well-traveled county road and a new 58-foot (17.7-m) span bridge. […]

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