Cone penetration testing in geotechnical practice Tom Lunne, Peter Kay Robertson, John J. M. Powell, J. J. M. Powell
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ERRG is committed to ethical business practices and our Code of Ethics serves as a foundation for our continued success. Pile design relies predominantly on SPT data; cone penetration testing is performed only occasionally. By Condor Earth Technologies, Inc. This guide is a supplement and update to the book 'CPT in Geotechnical Practice' by Lunne, Robertson and Powell (1997). Cone penetration testing in geotechnical practice. Foundation Innovation Changes the Skyline and Advances Our Practice Great American Tower, the tallest building in Cincinnati, is not only changing the downtown skyline, but, thanks to Terracon's innovation in geotechnical engineering it is also contributing to the advancement of the state-of-the-art use of auger cast-in-place (ACIP) piles as settlement reducers. / Guide to Cone Penetration Testing This guide is a supplement and update to the book 'CPT in Geotechnical Practice' by Lunne, Robertson and Powell (1997). Geotechnical Engineering Services. Interviews with INDOT geotechnical engineers and private geotechnical consultants frequently involved in INDOT's deep foundation projects provided information on the methods and software currently employed. Media Contact: James Hudson Engineering/Remediation by Vertek Cone Penetration Test Equipment. It was found that Updated and improved static design equations recently proposed in the literature have not yet been implemented in practice. Cone penetration tests (CPT) and pressuremeter tests (PMT) were made in the area where the building was planned.