On November 18, 2015, Matthew Wallin will serve as a volunteer instructor for the Northwest Chapter of the North American Society for Trenchless Technology. Mr. Wallin will be teaching NASTT’s Trenchless Technology Short Course – New Construction. The course is being offered in conjunction with the Northwest Trenchless Conference which is occurring on the following day, November 19.
On November 5, 2015, David Bennett will serve as a volunteer instructor for the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the North American Society for Trenchless Technology. Dr. Bennett will be teaching NASTT’s Trenchless Technology Short Course – New Construction with Dr. Sam Ariaratnam. The course is being offered in conjunction with the Annual Regional No-Dig Conference which is occurring on the previous day, November 4.
Bennett Trenchless Engineers will be attending the North American Society for Trenchless Technology’s annual No-Dig conference in Denver from March 15 – 19. Matthew Wallin will be teaching the New Installations 101 course with Dr. Sam Ariaratnam and Collins Orton on Sunday March 15. David Bennett, Matthew Wallin, and Mary Neher will be teaching the Horizontal Directional Drilling Good Practices Course on Wednesday, March 18 and Thursday, March 19. David Bennett will also be assisting with teaching the Pipe Bursting Good Practices Course on March 18-19.
Mary Neher and David Bennett presented to the ASCE Oregon Section Geotechnical Group on October 24, 2014. Dr. Bennett discussed geotechnical investigations and settlement analysis for trenchless construction projects. Ms. Neher discussed calculation of hydrofracture risk and pullback and pipe stress for HDD installations.
Mary Neher presented a paper at the California State Lands Commission Prevention First conference on October 8, 2014. Ms. Neher’s paper discussed an HDD project she designed off California’s central coast.
Matthew Wallin presented a paper at the 10th annual Western Regional No-Dig Conference, Exhibition, and Course on October 6th, 2014. Mr. Wallin’s paper discussed an HDD project he designed in San Diego, CA beneath California Highway 163.