Seepage Control Committee

Michael Kynett, P.E., Chair

DFI and Federal and State agencies established the Seepage Control Committee as a collaborative forum to discuss industry best practices for seepage cutoff and foundation improvement for water infrastructure projects. The goals of the group are to promote mutual understanding of technologies, appropriate specification models, responsible contracting and procurement processes, and effective quality assurance/control. This owner and practitioner group is aimed at improving communication, aligning expectations, and defining common goals to generate ultimate benefits of improved safety and quality and reduced construction risk and project cost.
Recent News
7/30/2018 Read the article, "Challenges for the USACE's Water Resources Infrastructure Portfolio," by David B. Paul, P.E., in the July/Aug 2018 issue of Deep Foundations.
1/2/2018 Read an update on ongoing and completed projects for all DFI technical committees and working groups.
11/28/2016 The USSD Advocacy Committee asks for your help communicating an important message to your U.S. Senators and Members of the House on the Water Resources Development Act of 2016. Learn more >
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