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Design Challenges of a Mid-Rise Hotel on an Active Fault

The Orange County Geo-Institute Chapter hosted an August dinner meeting in Costa Mesa featuring a presentation by Dr. Marty Hudson and Ms. Rosalind Munro of Wood Group.   More »

Celebrating in new, exciting and innovative ways!

“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old, but on building the new” - Socrates The last month has been filled with new, exciting and innovative ways of celebrating our industry, members, history and potential as civil engineers! Here are some highlights that I hope will inspire you as much as they have me.  More »

New Fiscal Year!

Only a few days into our new roles, and already we have tons to share!! Check out the latest news regarding the ASCE Presidents and Governors Forum (PGF), ASCE California Surface Transportation Report Card Release, ASCE Los Angeles Section Annual Meeting, Installation of Officers & Awards Luncheon, ASCE Committee on Younger Members, ASCE International Conference on Sustainable Infrastructure,... More »

Visions for a Geotechnical Future

The Orange County Geo-Institute Chapter hosted a May dinner meeting in Irvine, CA featuring a presentation by Mr. Silas Nichols, P.E., Principal Geotechnical Engineer, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).  Mr. Nichols’ presentation focused on broad research topics and deployment efforts led by FHWA and its partners that are intended to reshape the geotechnical landscape.   More »

Oroville Dam Spillway Presentation

By Taki Chrysovergis, M.S., P.E. The Orange County Geo-Institute and CalGeo co-hosted a dinner meeting at The Hacienda in Santa Ana, California on March 1, 2018, where Ms. Holly Nichols, Senior Engineering Geologist for the California Department of Water Resources, presented on the Oroville Spillway. More »

Risk Assessment and Mitigation in Geotechnical Practice

By Taki Chrysovergis, M.S., P.E. The Orange County Geo-Institute (G-I), Continuing Education Committee (CEC), and Professional Development Committee (PDC) co-hosted a half-day seminar focused on risk assessment and mitigation in the geotechnical practice.  The seminar was held on February 9, 2018 and located in Irvine, California.  Presentations were headlined by national leaders in the field of risk in geotechnics. More »

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