Site Characterization for Geotechnical Projects in Karst Using Geophysics: A presentation by Mia Painter

In March, Associate, Mia Painter presented “Site Characterization for Geotechnical Projects in Karst Using Geophysics” at the Association of Engineering and Environmental Geologists (AEG) Karst Hazards Forum.

ASCE Publishes Technical Paper by Erinn Johnson

Senior Staff Geologist, Erinn Johnson wrote a technical paper titled, “Using Directional Drilling Techniques to Intersect the American Tunnel”, that was recently published by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

Making Progress: Dam and Levee Upgrades to Improve America’s Infrastructure

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) recently released their Infrastructure Report Card and the overall grade for 17 key aspects of our nation’s infrastructure is a C-. ASCE releases this report card every four years, which provides a broad view of the state of our infrastructure and recommendations for its improvement.

Cybersecurity on Schnabel’s IMS—Keeping your Data Safe

As our industry and systems move from servers in closets to cloud-based technologies, our end-to-end monitoring solutions must incorporate many layers of data security.

Sardoba Dam Failure—Uzbekistan Collapse InSAR Disaster Forensics

After 7 years of construction, the dam was recently completed to provide irrigation water to the surrounding districts.

Mobile IMS—Just What Governor Printz Needed

When a 72-inch Storm Sewer is sandwiched between a sewer and high-pressure gas lines, what could go wrong?

Schnabel IMS- Managing Risk at Yeager Airport’s RW5

On March 12, 2015, a 240-ft tall slope failure destroyed the Engineered Material Arresting System (EMAS) Runway 5 at Yeager Airport in Charleston, West Virginia.