Geotechnical Instrumentation and Monitoring Market Forecasted to Reach $6.1 Billion By 2024 in USA and the World

NEW YORK, Oct. 01, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- According to the market research report published by P&S Intelligence, The global geotechnical instrumentation and monitoring market share is expected to reach $6.1 billion by 2024, advancing with a CAGR of 11.8% during the forecast period. The market is buoyed by increasing government regulations for infrastructural development coupled with steady growth in the construction sector. Furthermore, the growing demand for geotechnical instrumentation in the oil & gas sector is supporting the market growth. Of various components, services are expected to witness the fastest growth in demand in the geotechnical instrumentation and monitoring market during the forecast period. This can be mainly attributed to the increasing demand for these services for the continuous monitoring of critical structures in the energy & power sector. Moreover, there has been an increased focus on the monitoring of old structures, such as dams, keeping in view the safety of humans and wildlife in the vicinity. Get a Sample Copy of this Report: https://www.psmarketresearch.com/market-analysis/geotechnical-instrumentation-and-monitoring-market/report-sample Among the end users, oil & gas is expected to register the highest CAGR, amounting to 13.8%, in the geotechnical instrumentation and monitoring market during the forecast period, owing to the increasing demand for geotechnical solutions for the monitoring of oil and gas pipelines. Furthermore, with the expansion of oil and gas refineries in the Middle Eastern and African (MEA) region, the demand for geotechnical instruments and services is bound to increase. Globally, the geotechnical instrumentation and monitoring market is expected to register the fastest growth in Asia-Pacific (APAC) during the forecast period, on account of the increasing infrastructure projects in developing countries of the region, such as China and India. China is heavily investing in its infrastructure to counter the effects of the economic slowdown. Since 2018, the Chinese government has approved 27 projects, with [...]

Geotechnical Engineering | Georgia Tech School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Geotechnical Engineering Georgia VIDEO: Watch Bonaparte’s Terzaghi Lecture Professor of the Practice Rudy Bonaparte received the American Society of Civil Engineering Geo-Institute’s highest honor in 2018 when he was selected to deliver the Karl Terzaghi Lecture. The Geo-Institute now has posted video of Bonaparte’s presentation. Geosystems Engineering Georgia Friday, January 18, 2019     Source: Geotechnical Engineering | Georgia Tech School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Geotechnical Engineering Student Organization (GESO) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Source: Geotechnical Engineering Student Organization (GESO) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign April 2017 March 2017 November 2016 September 2016 April 2016 March 2016 February 2016 January 2016 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 November 2014 March 2014 January 2014 November 2013 October 2013 September 2013 February 2013 January 2013 November 2012   Geo-institute Geoengineering United States Universities Council on Geotechnical Education and Research Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory at the University of Tokyo Geotechnical Engineering Directory Earthquake Induced Damage Mitigation from Soil Liquefaction International Centre for Geohazards Soil Mechanics lab at Tokyo Metropolitan University VErification of Liquefaction Analysis by Centrifuge Studies (VELACS) Advanced Modeling of Ground Improvement on Soft Soils Field Measurements in Geomechanics International Association for Computer Methods and Advances in Geomechanics International Consortium on Landslides International Landslide Center National Geotechnical Experimental Sites Pile Dynamics Physical Modeling in Geotechnics (ISSMGE – TC2) Geotechnical Engineering Photo Album Natural Resources Conservation Service Soil Survey GESO at UIUC Facebook Group  

Louisville Indiana – Kentucky Ohio River Bridges Project

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26r9MpVATsI Today's "Walk the Bridge" event attracted tens of thousands of people. The Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project addresses cross-river transportation needs in Louisville, Kentucky and Southern Indiana and will result in safer travel, less congestion and improved access to destinations in the region. LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Governor Steve Beshear announced that the new Ohio River bridge between Kentucky and Indiana in downtown Louisville will be named the Abraham Lincoln Bridge – connecting, as it does, the states of Lincoln’s birth and raising. “Lincoln led our nation through its bloodiest and greatest constitutional and political crisis – the American Civil War,” Gov. Beshear said. “But at the end of that national trauma, we remained a ‘United’ States of America. It’s therefore fitting that we honor Lincoln’s legacy with a bridge that further unites Kentucky, where he was born, with Indiana then Illinois, where he emigrated as a youth and grew to adulthood.” Kentucky and Indiana jointly are building the bridges project to improve cross-river mobility between Louisville and Southern Indiana. The project also includes construction of a new bridge eight miles upriver, connecting Prospect, Kentucky, and Utica, Indiana.  

Interstate 10 in California closed east of Coachella after bridge collapse

A 30-foot section of a bridge on the 10 Freeway in Desert Center east of Coachella co A 30-foot section of a bridge on the 10 Freeway in Desert Center east of Coachella collapsed Sunday, closing Interstate 10 indefinitely. The 10 Freeway was shut down from Desert Center to the Arizona state line as a result of the bridge collapse and heavy flooding, authorities said. llapsed Sunday, closing Interstate 10 indefinitely.Source: Interstate 10 closed east of Coachella after bridge collapse

Geotechnical Engineer, Indianapolis Indiana

MALEK M. SMADI, PH.D., P.E. Principal Engineer GEOTILL Inc. Strategic Management, Harvard University, 2012 Ph.D., Civil Engineering , University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, 2001 Dr. Smadi provided geotechnical engineering services for over 27 years on projects in Indianapolis, State of Indiana and other States which include airport facilities, stadiums, embankments and levee evaluations and designs, multi span and long span bridges, highways, railroads, industrial plants, high rise and commercial structures, water and wastewater treatment plants, power generating stations, hydropower structures and dams, waterfront and docking facilities including the hydrodynamic pressure resulting from earthquakes, slope stabilization and retaining structures. Dr. Smadi's research and professional interests include foundation engineering, construction problems, numerical techniques, granular soils subjected to earthquakes, ground modification technology, and underground construction. In addition to the work as practitioner engineer and researcher, Dr. Smadi worked at Purdue University at Fort Wayne (IPFW) in teaching geotechnical engineering and related areas such as soil mechanics and foundation engineering.   Or (317) 449-0033 Ext. 101