April 16, 2020 1 p.m. ET Live Webinar
This webinar provides 1 Professional Development Hour (PDH). Certificates are provided via email to all attending registrants per webinar within two weeks of attendance. To receive a certificate you must register independently and login and view the webinar for the duration of the event. Partial hours will be provided dependent on your participation.
A large part of existing railroad infrastructure across the country is aging out of service life. Some bridges and retaining walls have been in place for over a hundred years and though many upgrades and repairs have been performed, they are well beyond their intended service life. This presentation will discuss options for in place remediation of these track way features that doesn’t require demolition of existing structures or extended out of service work efforts while saving on costs. Abutment and retaining wall reinforcement using limited access equipment for soil nail, tieback, micropile, mesh and shotcrete installation can add a new service life to these structures with a minimal invasive and footprint.
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Registration is limited to the first 500 attendees
Director Railroad Services
Kyle is GeoStabilization International’s Lead Engineer for Rail Project Development. Born in Independence, Kentucky, Kyle earned a BS in Civil Engineering and an MS in Geotechnical Engineering from the University of Kentucky. Upon graduation, Kyle began working for a well-respected global consulting firm where for the last eight years he provided geotechnical services including investigation, design, and construction oversight for railroad infrastructure projects. Most recently, Kyle’s experience has focused on geotechnical challenges related to tunnel improvements, rockfall hazard reduction, and slope stabilization for railroad clients. Kyle is a licensed Professional Engineer in Kentucky as well as a CSXT and NS Roadway Worker Protection Trainer.