Proceedings of the 45th Annual Conference on Deep Foundations, 2020 - ONLINE , (DFI)
Geospatial Project Information Management System at Herbert Hoover Dike
Jamey Rosen, Michael Arnold, Maximilian Meisel
A Project Information Management System (PIMS) was developed to manage and analyze QC data at the Herbert Hoover Dike Rehabilitation Dam Modification Cutoff Wall (owned by the Jacksonville District of the United States Army Corps of Engineers). A special feature of this PIMS was its geospatial component. Data collected from Bauer drill rigs were automatically “geoprocessed” into three-dimensional features representing the predrill, jet grout, and Cutter Soil Mixing panel elements, as well as calculated verticality and overlap metrics. These features were visualized in interactive planimetric, profile, and 3D views that facilitated several quality control activities during the project.
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