|Program||Companions Program||Information||Registration||Exhibit Information||Papers|
Pre-Conference Short Courses (Separate Registration Required) (Tuesday, October 16, 2012)
|8:00 AM-5:00 PM||Practical, Prudent, and Effective Use of Computer Software for Lateral Analysis of Deep Foundations
Presented by DFI's Seismic & Lateral Loads Committee
This short course will be held at the Deep Foundations Institute's 2012 Annual Conference in Houston, Texas. The purpose of this short course is to provide engineers, designers, contractors and software providers with the opportunity to share opinions on the effective and practical use of computer software for geotechnical analysis and design. The focus of the session is oriented toward providing attendees with the information needed for selection and appropriate application of software for lateral analysis of deep foundations for building support and slope stabilization.
|8:00 AM-5:00 PM||Augered Cast-in-Place Pile Short Course
Presented by DFI's Augered Cast-in-Place Pile Committee
Augered cast-in-place (ACIP) piles, also known as continuous flight auger (CF A), are being increasingly used for supporting buildings, bridges, sound barrier walls and many other structures around the world. Auger piles, with their load-displacement behavior generally fall in between that of a drilled shaft and a driven pile, and hence need to be designed for various applications. ACIP piles are being also socketed in rocks. Different design methods are available in practice to estimate the ultimate bearing capacity of ACIP piles based upon in-situ soil properties, unit skin friction and unit end bearing. There are various types of ACIP piling systems currently in use and designing and constructing issues (installation process and equipment), specifications including the QA/QC procedures, for ACIP piles will be discussed. Load test results from various geological formations will be discussed. Several case studies including a highway bridge totally supported on ACIP piles will be presented.
|8:00 AM-5:00 PM||Design and Constructability of Diaphragm Wall
Presented by DFI's Slurry Wall Committee
This short course will provide an oversight of the design and practical application of the use of diaphragm walls as support of excavation system and will be of particular interest to contractors, developers & transportation authority representatives, designers and consultants involved in major earth retention projects of a challenging nature especially in urban environment. The design oversight will provide an introduction of the d-wall performance compared to other earth retention systems, design of circular shafts and top-down systems and review of recommended maintenance and repair procedures. The practical application oversight will focus on equipment selection & characteristics, type of panel joints, logistic requirements, quality control and specific features that can be incorporated in a d-wall. A panel composed of slurry wall contractors and design engineers will present this short-course based on case histories to illustrate the application of the d-wall technique presented in the course.
Committee Meetings (Tuesday, October 16, 2012)
|6:00 PM-8:00 PM||Codes and Standards, Augered Cast-in-Place Piles, Sustainability
|8:00 PM-10:00 PM||Micropiles, Driven Pile, Soil Mixing
Committee Meetings (Wednesday, October 17, 2012)
|8:00 AM-10:00 AM||Landslides and Slope Stabilization, Helical Pile and Tiebacks, Seismic and Lateral Loads, Testing & Evaluation
|8:00 AM-11:00 AM||Slurry Wall
|10:00 AM-12:00 PM||Tiebacks and Soil Nailing, Drilled Shaft, Marine Foundations, Ground Improvement
Day One Schedule (Wednesday, October 17, 2012)
|12:00 PM-1:45 PM||Welcome Lunch and Student Spaghetti Bridge Competition
|1:45 PM-2:30 PM||Keynote Lecture; Stability Analyses for Slope Stabilization Measures – Lessons Learned
Stephen G. Wright, Professor Emeritus, The University of Texas at Austin
|2:30 PM-5:45 PM||Session I: The Installation and Performance of Drilled, Driven and Other Foundation Elements
Moderators: Binod Sapkota Ph.D., P.E., Bechtel Oil, Gas and Chemicals, Inc & Abhishek Shethji P.E., Fugro Consultants, Inc.
|2:30 PM-2:50 PM||Using Design-Build Synergy to Deliver Pile Foundations
Larry D. Sant, P.E., GeoEngineers, Inc.
|2:50 PM-3:05 AM||Pile Design and Construction Challenges in Partially Thawed Alaskan Soils
John Thornley, P.E., Golder Associates
|3:10 PM-3:25 PM||Driven Piles in Central Texas Expansive Soils
Clayton Signor, Signor Enterprises, LP
|3:30 PM-4:10 PM||BREAK IN EXHIBIT HALL
|4:15 PM-4:30 PM||Design of Bearing Plates for Anchors in Geo-Applications
Jesús Gómez, P.E., D.GE., Ph.D., Schnabel Engineering LLC
|4:35 PM-4:50 PM||Case History: Innovative Load Test Program Optimizes Pile Capacity in Challenging Ground Conditions
Emad Farouz, P.E., D.GE., Ph.D., CH2M Hill Consulting Engineers; Francis A Abreu Sr, P.E., CH2MHill
|4:55 PM-5:10 PM||Pile Settlement Design Using Continuous Surface Wave Testing and Modulus Degradation
Henni Barnard, Aurecon South Africa
|5:15 PM-5:30 PM||Monitoring Construction and Load Testing Auger Cast in Place Pile in Compression and Tension in Hard Clay
Cumaraswamy Vipulanandan, P.E., Ph.D., University of Houston
|5:35 PM-6:00 PM||Introduction of Poster Presentations
Numerical Modeling of Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction in Bridges with HP Driven Piles
Yu Bao, Andrew Rietz and Steve Halewski, Rochester Institute of Technology
Optimization of Design of Drilled Shaft Foundations by Lateral Load Testing
Determination of Hydraulic Conductivity of The Coastal Coralline Limestone of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Precautions and Recommendations for Deep Foundations
Using Design-Build Synergy to Deliver Pile Foundations
Load Tests on Large Diameter Bored Piles in Cemented Sands
Experimental Studies on Behaviour of Single Pile Under Combined Uplift and Lateral Loads
Axial Behavior of Auger Cast Piles in Inner Coastal Plain Geology
Acrylamide Grouting: Successfully Controlling Groundwater from Canada to South America
Alternative Deep Foundation Solutions – DMM at LPV-111 in New Orleans
Mini-Pile Design and Construction Methods Change to Mitigate Soil Loss through Glacial Till
|6:00 PM-8:00 PM||WELCOME RECEPTION IN EXHIBIT HALL
Day Two Schedule (Thursday, October 18, 2012)
|8:00 AM-12:00 PM||Session II: Alternative Deep Foundation Solutions Offered by Ground Improvement Techniques
Moderators: Reda Moulai-Khatir P.E., Bechtel Corporation & Pramod Rao Ph.D., P.E., Chevron Energy Technology Company
Concurrent with Session III: Modeling - Static Analyses, Dynamic/Earthquake Analyses, and Other Analyses
|8:05 AM-8:25 AM||Cased Auger Piles (CAP): An Effective Piling Solution
Federico Pagliacci, P.Eng., M.Sc. (C.E.), SOILMEC S.p.A.
|8:30 AM-8:50 AM||Building a High-Rise Adjacent to Transit Tunnels in San Francisco
Lori Simpson, P.E., G.E., Treadwell & Rollo, a Langan Company
|8:55 AM-9:15 AM||Seismic Behavior of Full-Scale Piles in Improved Soft Clay
Bradley Fleming, Iowa State University
|9:20 AM-10:00 AM||BREAK IN EXHIBIT HALL
|10:05 AM-10:25 AM||Seismic Response of Foundations Supported on the Sites Improved Using Aggregate Piers
M. Hesham El Naggar, Ontario Ministry of Transportation
|10:30 AM-10:50 AM||Marine Prefabricated Vertical Drains for the Craney Island Eastward Expansion
Ira Brotman, P.E., Moffatt & Nichol
|10:55 AM-11:15 AM||A Case History on the Design, Construction, and Field Quality Control of Cement Deep Mixing
Dominic Parmantier, P.E., Condon-Johnson
|11:20 AM-11:40 AM||A Case History on the Design, Construction, and Performance of Stone Column Ground Improvement Beneath an MSE Embankment
Karen Dawson, CH2M Hill Inc.
|8:00 AM-12:00 PM||Session III: Modeling-- Static Analysis, Dynamic/Earthquake Analysis, Other
Moderators: Tracy Brettmann P.E., D.GE, Berkel & Company Contractors, Inc. & Xiaoyan Long Ph.D., P.E., Fugro GeoConsulting, Inc.
Concurrent with Session II:Alternative Deep Foundation Solutions Offered by Ground Improvement Techniques
|8:05 AM-8:25 AM||Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction Analysis for Base-Isolation Design of the Evergreen Point Bridge, Seattle, Washington
Jeremy Butkovich, Shannon & Wilson, Inc.
|8:30 AM-8:50 AM||Self Hardening Slurry Wall Installation by Hydromill at the Herbert Hoover Dike – An Innovative Solution
Mario Mauro, Treviicos
|8:55 AM-9:15 AM||Observational and Numerical Evaluation of Defects in Deep Mixing Method Columns Used for LNG Process Train Structural Foundation Support
Paul Sabatini, Ph.D., P.E., Geosyntec Corporation
|9:20 AM-10:00 AM||BREAK IN EXHIBIT HALL
|10:05 AM-10:25 AM||Numerical Modeling of Foundation Deformation due to Fault Rupture
Amalia Giannakou, Ph.D., P.E., Fugro Consultants, Inc.
|10:30 AM-10:50 AM||Numerical Study on the Behavior of Inclined Micropile
Sepideh Damavandinejad Monfared, University of Tabriz
|10:55 AM-11:15 AM||Measured and Modeled Settlements of Piled Raft Foundations
Cassandra Wetzel, P.E., GZA GeoEnvironmental of New York
|11:20 AM-11:40 AM||Pile-Supported Raft Foundation System
Emre Birigen, Bechtel Power
|11:45 AM-1:00 PM||Business Meeting Luncheon
(Tech Comm Reports/Treasurer's Report/General Business discussion)
|1:00 PM-1:30 PM||Hal Hunt Lecture on Communications
James Pappas, Ultra-Deepwater Programs for RPSEA (Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America)
|1:45 PM-5:30 PM||Session IV: Foundations of Marine Structures
Moderators:Zenon Medina-Cetina Ph.D. Texas A&M University & Francisco Gabriel Hernandez-Martinez Ph.D. Norwegian Geotechnical Institute Inc.
Concurrent with Session V: In-situ Testing of Deep Foundations
|1:45 PM-2:05 PM||Driving and Extraction of Steel Pipe Piles in Nearshore Environment
Nihal Bohra, Golder Associates
|2:10 PM-2:30 PM||Numerical Evalution for Lateral Bearing Capacity of Mono and Group Suction Piles under Horizontal Loadings
Juhyung Lee, Korea Institute of Construction Technoogy
|2:35 PM-2:55 PM||Natomas Levee Improvement Program Cutoff Walls
Matthew Marks, Magnus Pacific Corporation
|3:00 PM-3:40 PM||BREAK IN EXHIBIT HALL
|3:45 PM-4:05 PM||Construction of a Bicycle and Pedestrian Path Located West of the Henry Hudson Parkway
Alfranio Prado and David Coleman, Underpinning and Foundation Skanska
|4:10 PM-4:30 PM||Diplomacy and Innovation: Octakong and the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge Project
David White, American Piledriving Inc.
|4:35 PM-4:55 PM||Experiences and New Developments in Offshore Foundation
Franz-Werner Gerressen, Dipl.-Ing., BAUER Maschinen GmbH
|5:00 PM-5:20 PM||Preliminary Assessment of Reliability and Sampling Requirements for Deep Mixing Method (DMM) Foundations for LNG Processing Facility and Storage Tank
Edward Clukey, BP America
|1:45 PM-5:30 PM||Session V: In-situ Testing of Deep Foundations
Moderators: Sahadat Hossain, The University of Texas & Gerald Verbeek, Allnamics USA
Concurrent with Session IV: Foundations of Marine Structures
|1:45 PM-2:05 PM||Hydraulic Drive Head Performance Curves for Prediction of Helical Pile Capacity
Donald Deardorff, P.E., Foundation Supportworks, Inc.
|2:10 PM-2:30 PM||Integrity Evaluation of Driven Concrete Piles Utilizing Embedded Data Collectors
Donald Robertson, P.E., Applied Foundation Testing
|2:35 PM-2:55 PM||New Non‐Destructive Testing Method for Drilled Shafts and ACIP Piles
George Piscsalko, P.E., Pile Dynamics, Inc.
|3:00 PM-3:40 PM||BREAK IN EXHIBIT HALL
|3:45 PM-4:05 PM||Optimization of Drilled Shaft Design for a Highway Bridge in Arizona Using Load Test Results
John Niedzielski, Gannett Fleming, Inc.
|4:10 PM-4:30 PM||New Cigmat Downhole Penetrometer for Use During Drilled Shaft Construction
Cumaraswamy Vipulanandan, P.E., Ph.D, University of Houston
|4:35 PM-4:55 PM||Uncertanities in CSL Test Interpretations and Recommendations Towards a More Efficient Process
Mark Rohrbach, PE, GE, P.Eng., E3RA, Inc.; Tim Kovacs, P.E., Lachel & Associates, Inc.
|5:00 PM-5:20 PM||Analysis and Performance of Sheet Pile Cofferdams under Demolition Blast Loads
Michael Oakland, P.E., Ph.D., Weidlinger Associates, Inc.
|6:00 PM-6:30 PM||Awards Banquet Reception
|6:30 PM-9:00 PM||Awards Banquet
Separate Ticket Required - A benefit to the DFI Educational Trust Scholarship Funds
Presentation of Outstanding Project Award, Distinguished Service Award, Bill Bermingham Innovation Award, Student and Young Professor Paper Competition Awards
Day Three Schedule (Friday, October 19, 2012)
|8:30 AM-9:15 AM||KEYNOTE LECTURE: Continuous Advancement of Drilling Efficiency through New Methods and Equipment Technology
Professor Sebastian Bauer, Managing Director, BAUER Maschinen GmbH
|9:20 AM-12:30 PM||Session VI: Current Issues in the Deep Foundations Industry
Moderators: Jeremy Clark, Bauer-Pileco Inc. & John Ziebell, Deneef Construction Chemicals Inc.
|9:20 AM-9:35 AM||Student Presentation: Performance-Based Reliability Design for Deep Foundations Using Monte Carlo Statistical Methods
Haijian Fan, B.E., University of Akron
|9:40 AM-9:55 AM||Young Professor Presentation: Seasonal Strain Distributions in Full-Scale Energy Foundations
John S. McCartney, PhD., P.E. and Kyle Murphy, University of Colorado Boulder
|10:00 AM-10:20 AM||Thermo-Mechanical Testing of Energy Piles at Virginia Tech
Guney Olgun, Ph.D., Virginia Tech
|10:25 AM-11:05 AM||BREAK IN EXHIBIT HALL
|11:10 AM-11:30 AM||Heating and Cooling Structures with Steel Pile Foundations Closed Loop Standing Column Well Technology
Paul Suver, American Piledriving Equipment
|11:15 AM-12:45 PM||2013 PHOENIX CONFERENCE EXHIBIT SPACE REGISTRATION
|11:35 AM-11:55 AM||East Boston Branch Sewer Relief Project – Support of Excavation Case Study
Eric Bregman, GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.
|12:00 PM-12:20 PM||Repair Methods for Corroded Steel Piles
Cumaraswamy Vipulanandan, P.E., Ph.D., University of Houston
|12:25 PM-12:45 PM||Closing remarks
|1:00 PM-4:00 PM||Tour of Bauer-Pileco
Complimentary; Includes Lunch
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Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Welcome Tea 3:00 – 4:00 PM (Presidential Suite)
Welcome Reception 6:00 – 8:00 PM(With Conference Attendees in Exhibit Hall)
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Continental Breakfast Served 7:30 – 8:30 AM (Presidential Suite)
Space Center Houston and Kemah Boardwalk Tour 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
(Meet in Lobby for Bus Boarding-beginning 8:45 AM)
SPACE CENTER HOUSTON TOUR
Enjoy a guided tour of Space Center Houston, where you will learn everything about its dramatic history, exciting present and compelling future.
LUNCH AT LANDRY’S
Located on the Kemah Boardwalk in Galveston Bay. Enjoy scenic views, exquisite seafood as well as other traditional southern fares.
The Boardwalk boasts many activities, games, shopping, a Ferris wheel, wooden roller coaster, traditional boardwalk snacks, and much more.
Refreshments 4:30-5:30 PM (Presidential Suite)
Reception 6:00 - 6:30 PM (With Conference Attendees)
Awards Banquet 6:30PM – 9:30 PM (Separate ticket required)
Friday, October 19, 2012
Continental Breakfast Served 8:00 – 9:30 AM (Presidential Suite)
Bauer Site Tour - Optional
A Companions Program Suite will be open for the duration of the Conference (Presidential Suite)
|A Companions Program Suite will be open to all Companions Program Attendees for the duration of the Conference (Room T.B.A.)|
*Program subject to Change
George R. Brown Convention Center
1001 Avenida de las Americas
Houston, TX 77010
Toll Free: 800-427-4697
1600 Lamar Street
Houston, TX 77010
Tel: +1 (713) 577-6667
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|Parking:||$19 self parking; $30 valet at the Hilton for anyone attending the conference.|
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Exhibit Space is SOLD OUT at this time!
All persons tending exhibits must be fully registered. Electricity is not included but must be ordered separately directly from Freeman if needed. Exhibit hall is carpeted and ceiling height is 25'. Early Breakdowns will be charged an additional fee!
|ADSC||AGL MANUFACTURING LTD.|
|APE/J&M||APPLIED FOUNDATION TESTING INC.|
|ASFE / The Geoprofessional Business Association||ASSOCIATED PILE & FITTING|
|ATLAS COPCO CONSTRUCTION MINING TECHNIQUE USA LLC||ATLAS TUBE|
|AVANTI INTERNATIONAL||AVAR CONSTRUCTION|
|BAROID INDUSTRIAL DRILLING PRODUCTS||BAUER FOUNDATION CORP|
|BAUER-PILECO INC.||BERKEL & COMPANY CONTRACTORS INC.|
|BERMINGHAM FOUNDATION SOLUTIONS||CAJUN DEEP FOUNDATIONS LLC|
|CAPPCO TUBULAR PRODUCTS||CASAGRANDE USA INC.|
|CASE FOUNDATION COMPANY||CATCO - COMPRESSIVE ANCHOR TECHNOLOGY, LLC|
|CENTER ROCK INC.||CETCO|
|CONSOLIDATED PIPE AND SUPPLY||CON-TECH SYSTEMS LTD.|
|CORPAC STEEL PRODUCTS||CRUX SUBSURFACE INC.|
|DAWSON CONSTRUCTION PLANT LTD.||DBM CONTRACTORS INC.|
|DENEEF CONSTRUCTION CHEMICALS INC.||DERRICK EQUIPMENT COMPANY|
|DIESEKO GROUP B.V.||DOMINION PIPE AND PILING|
|DRILLTOOLS, LLC||DYWIDAG-SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL USA INC.|
|EDGEN MURRAY CORPORATION||FHWA – National Highway Institute|
|FISHER & STRICKLER ROCK ENGINEERING, LLC||FOUNDATION SUPPORTWORKS INC.|
|FOUNDATION TECHNOLOGIES, INC.||FUDO CONSTRUCTION INC.|
|GANNETT FLEMING, INC||GEO-INSTRUMENTS LLC|
|GEOKON, INC.||GEOSONICS / VIBRA TECH|
|GEOSYNTEC CONSULTANTS||GIKEN AMERICA CORPORATION|
|GIVENS INTERNATIONAL DRILLING SUPPLIES INC.||GOBLE PILETEST INC.|
|HAMMER & STEEL INC.||HAYWARD BAKER INC.|
|HYDRO-RAM INC.||ICE® - INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC.|
|J. T. CLEARY, INC.||JAFEC USA|
|JD FIELDS & COMPANY INC.||JEFFREY MACHINE INC.|
|JUNTTAN OY||KELLY TRACTOR CO.|
|KIEWIT INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERS||L.B. FOSTER COMPANY|
|L.G. BARCUS & SONS INC.||LALLY PIPE AND TUBE (Div of L.B. Industries)|
|LANDMARKER GEOSPATIAL LLC||LANGAN ENGINEERING AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES|
|LAYNE GEOCONSTRUCTION||LIEBHERR NENZING CRANE CO.|
|MAGNUM PIERING INC.||MAGNUS PACIFIC CORPORATION|
|MAIT S.p.A.||MALCOLM DRILLING CO. INC.|
|MOFFATT & NICHOL||MONOTUBE PILE CORPORATION|
|MORETRENCH||MORRIS-SHEA BRIDGE COMPANY INC.|
|PILE DYNAMICS INC.||PILEPRO|
|PJ's REBAR||PLAXIS BV|
|PRO-DIG, LLC||R.W. CONKLIN STEEL SUPPLY INC.|
|RAITO INC.||RICHARD GOETTLE INC.|
|ROCSCIENCE INC.||ROLL FORM GROUP|
|RST INSTRUMENTS LTD.||RUSSO CORPORATION|
|SCHNABEL FOUNDATION COMPANY||SKYLINE STEEL LLC.|
|SOILMEC NORTH AMERICA||SPECRETE-IP INCORPORATED|
|STERLING LUMBER COMPANY||TEI ROCK DRILLS INC.|
|THE ACADEMY OF GEO-PROFESSIONALS (AGP)||TREVIICOS CORPORATION|
|TRINITY PRODUCTS INC.||UNDERPINNING & FOUNDATION SKANSKA INC.|
|VULCAN FOUNDATION EQUIPMENT||WEEKS MARINE, INC.|
|WILLIAMS FORM ENGINEERING CORP.|
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