Planning the Use of Horizontal Directional Drill to Minimize Site Impacts

Case History: Horizontal Directionally Drilled Pipeline Crossing of the Red River at Shreveport/Bossier City, Louisiana

Stone Column Construction by the Rotary Method

Grouting in a Karst Environment

Post-Construction Investigation of Horizontal Directional Drilling

Grouting Pains (Available in Geoenvironmental Engineering Special Issue)
The article focuses on a new grouting technique for filling holes drilled during site investigation. The holes are grouted as the drill is withdrawn from the hole, instead of filled later....

Drilled Shaft Load Testing Los Angeles Coliseum

Shear Dispersion in the Benthic Boundary Layer

A New Direction in Remediation
Engineers have always had to rely on wells for onsite soil and ground water remediation systems. During the past several years, horizontal drilling technology, adapted from oil recovery...

Controlled Drill & Blast Excavation at AECL's Underground Research Laboratory

Models for Estimating Core-Cycle Rate of Penetration at Yucca Mountain, Nevada

To Know or Not to Know: The Site Characterization Process and Its' Role in Horizontal Directionally Drilled Pipeline River Crossings

Steel Water Pipe for Exposed and Buried Crossings

Investigation of Pipeline Buckle Failure in a Horizontally Directionally Drilled Installation

Utilizing Directional Drilling Techniques to Install Underwater Watermain

30-Inch Gas Pipeline Crossing of the San Juan River: Open Cut Excavation in Quality Water Area

Technological Advances in the Design and Construction of Water Mains for Crossing Under Rivers and Other Barriers

Pile Wall Cuts Off Seepage (Available only in Geo/Environmental Special Issue)
An unusual cutoff wall constructed by the secant pile method succeeded in drying up seepage through the permeable strata below a saddle dam at Beaver Dam in Arkansas, owned by the U.S....

Disposal of Drilling Wastes in Permafrost Prudhoe Bay, Alaska

Demonstrating Brine Water Wells and Toilets for Deering, Alaska





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