Join Keller for the third webinar in our series highlighting our solutions to a wide range of geotechnical challenges.
About this event
This webinar will focus on liquefaction mitigation. Liquefaction is a common problem in earthquake-prone areas where soils lose strength due to the ground motion and behave like a viscous liquid, damaging overlying structures.
- Basic mechanisms of liquefaction
- Engineering implications of liquefaction
- How ground improvement counters liquefaction
Attendees will receive 1 PDH credit.
About our presenter
James Gingery, Ph.D, P.E.
James is Chief Engineer for Keller. He has over twenty-five years of experience in geotechnical and earthquake engineering for water, energy, transportation, industrial/commercial and residential projects. Dr. Gingery has specialized expertise in liquefaction and lateral spreading, ground improvement design, and numerical modeling of soil and soil-structure interaction problems. He’s published more than two dozen technical papers for journals and conferences. He holds an M.S. in geotechnical engineering from U.C. Berkeley and a Ph.D. in geotechnical earthquake engineering from U.C. San Diego. In 2015 he was awarded the Shamsher Prakash Prize for Excellence in the Practice of Geotechnical Engineering.