webinar series will address the design and construction aspects of temporary and
permanent earth retention systems. Attendees will review the different elements of each earth retention system and when each
method is appropriate. Besides sizing the shoring system’s principal members, the series will provide
basic construction details necessary to round out complete designs.
The registration fee for the Series and Guide bundle is $295 for members ($500 for nonmembers), which includes all 3 hours of education, and the digital copy of the NCSEA Excavation Shoring Design Guide. The individual pricing is as follows: each individual webinar can be purchase for $100 for members ($200 for nonmembers), and the digital copy of the Excavation Shoring Guide can be purchased for $119 for members ($219 for nonmembers).
- Purchase all 3 webinars in the Seminar and have access to the recordings for 1 Year.
- PLUS: Receive a digital copy of the NCSEA Excavation Shoring Design Guide (valued at $119 for members/$219 for nonmembers)
- Each seminar purchase is per office location. If your firm is operating remotely, please review the Webinar FAQ's on how to accommodate multiple users from the same location.
This virtual webinar will use a collaborative and interactive learning approach to help you understand the basic design and construction aspects of conventional cantilever and restrained earth retention systems. The webinar will discuss how to determine the appropriate earth pressure, surcharge, and passive resistance loads. The webianr will outline general principles and guidelines for the different wall types while providing construction details to round out the complete design process.
November 18 - The Design Approach for Deep Soil Mix (DSM) and Soil Nail Walls
This virtual webinar will use a collaborative and interactive learning approach to help you understand the basic design and construction aspects of DSM earth retention systems and soil nail walls. The webinar will cover site characterization for DSM, DSM arching effect, and the design approaches based on the ASD/ LRFD platform that is the basis used for the design of temporary and permanent soil nail walls.
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