Lunch & Learn: Soil Issues for Residential Construction

Lunch & Learn: Soil Issues for Residential Construction

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When:
April 25, 2017 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
2017-04-25T11:30:00-05:00
2017-04-25T12:30:00-05:00
Where:
HBAL
6100 S 58th St c
Lincoln, NE 68516
USA
Cost:
$10 for lunch
Contact:
Home Builders Association of Lincoln
402-423-4225
Lunch & Learn: Soil Issues for Residential Construction @ HBAL | Lincoln | Nebraska | United States

Cost:
Lunch – $10 per person

HBAL members have priority over non-members.

Call 402-423-4225 or email info@hbal.org to register.

Doyle Petersen is a soils engineer who has worked in the Lincoln office of Alfred Benesch & Company (formerly HWS Consulting Group, Inc.) for his entire career. Doyle has over 38 years of design and construction soils experience relating to foundations, embankments, pavements, airports, railroads, and highways. Doyle will be discussing and answering questions on various soils-related topics regarding residential construction including: swelling/heaving soils; compressible soils; foundation/underfloor drainage systems; effects of trees and vegetation on foundation/subgrade soils; proper placement of fill/backfill; mud jacking; slab curl; possible drying of soils because of underfloor radon systems; underfloor vapor barriers; helical anchors; and push piers.