Controlling ground water is a critical factor for construction and can be unexpectedly challenging when water volumes become greater than anticipated at a project site.
There are a multitude of strategies for approaching projects in different hydrogeologic conditions and there are seemingly endless troubleshooting techniques when groundwater becomes that "unexpected problem".
|GFLOW model output (Courtesy of Henk Haitjema, PhD)|
,,,,,,and simply asking the right question
during the pre-planning phase can make - or break - project budget.
|Some common and some unique dewatering techniques from this 35 acre excavation will be presented as case studies during the webinar.|
Bronson Gerken, PG, Technical Director of the Dewatering Design Department at Griffin Dewatering is among the most qualified to teach this important subject. Griffin Dewatering is one of the largest dewatering companies in the world and has performed over 20,000 dewatering projects. Griffin Dewatering has allowed Bronson to build, test, and refine many dewatering systems and improvements. He is going to share his knowledge during this purposeful webinar.