Geomembranes and Geosyntheticss
Assignments usually include static and seismic slope stability evaluations geosynthetic lined slopes, such as landfills, water reservoirs, canals, and other water features. More recent projects include evaluating the performance of geomembranes in the presence of elevated temperatures, puncture resistance and protection of geomembranes, field welding and testing of geomembrane seams, long-term durability of geomembranes, and benefits of factory, instead of field, fabrication of geomembranes. Recent projects are listed below and additional details are presented in attached Curriculum Vitae:
John Deere, Moline, IL: Puncture resistance of geomembranes, 2009 – date.
Fabricated Geomembrane Institute (www.fabricatedgeomembrane.com), Technical Director, 2009 – date.
Blazosky Associates, Valley Forge, PA: Elevated temperature effects on geosynthetics, 2006 – date.
MW-Harza, Chicago,IL: Geomembrane lined reservoir, 2007 – date.
Aquaterra, Jefferson City, MO: Allowable earthquake induced deformations, 2005 – date.
ENVIRON, Newark, NJ: Geomembrane groundwater barriers, 2007 – date.
American Electric Power, Columbus, OH: Geomembrane slope damage, 2007 – 2008.
Jackson Kelly, PLLC, Denver, CO: Geomembrane lined water retention pond, 2005 – 2006.
Rich and Henderson, P.C., Annapolis, MD: Geosynthetic lined slope failure, 2002 – 2004.
Godfrey and Kahn, Milwaukee, WI: Geosynthetic lined tailings pond, 2001 – 2003.