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Bryan Gee

Bryan Gee

Bryan Gee received his B.S.E. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Duke University, as well as a M.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, also from Duke. He has published and presented numerous papers on geosynthetics and other engineering topics. He is a licensed professional engineer with over 25 years of experience in several areas of civil engineering.

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by Bryan Gee, on Jun 22, 2021 10:00:00 AM

The construction industry has a long history of innovation. From the Romans paving the way for our modern road infrastructure to technological breakthroughs like the building information modeling (BIM) system, …

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Topics:InfrastructureSubgrade StabilizationPavement Optimizationhighways

by Bryan Gee, on Dec 1, 2020 10:00:00 AM

The terms "stabilization" and "reinforcement" are often used interchangeably when discussing geogrids used for civil engineering applications. However, there are key differences in their definitions that have far-reaching implications. In …

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Topics:GeogridGrade SeparationSubgrade Stabilization

by Bryan Gee, on Oct 26, 2020 12:07:48 PM

The mechanisms governing roadway performance are complex. Because roads are designed for long service lives under varying conditions, differences in performance which may seem small at first can be magnified …

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Topics:RoadwaysInfrastructurePublic WorksSubgrade StabilizationPavement DesignAccess RoadsEducation

by Bryan Gee, on Apr 16, 2020 10:42:21 AM

At Tensar, our success depends on the proper application of our products by the engineers who design with them. So we decided to offer two $1,000 scholarships to be awarded to civil engineering …

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Topics:Geogrid

by Bryan Gee, on Feb 20, 2020 2:15:00 PM

In 2003, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers defined three primary mechanisms for how geogrids work to stabilize paved and unpaved roads. In an engineering technical letter (ETL), the Corps …

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Topics:RoadwaysGeogridSubgrade StabilizationPavement DesignPavement OptimizationAccess Roads

by Bryan Gee, on Oct 11, 2019 2:00:00 PM

Increased construction costs and lack of funding have contributed to the poor condition of our nation’s roads. Using smart technologies that extend the life of our roads at lower costs …

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Topics:RoadwaysInfrastructureRailway ImprovementPublic Works

by Bryan Gee, on Jun 12, 2019 12:27:31 PM

The Dynamic Cone Penetrometer, or DCP, is one of the most efficient and effective tools available for evaluating the strength of soils on site. It is also used to monitor …

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Topics:RoadwaysInfrastructureGeogridSubgrade Stabilization

by Bryan Gee, on May 14, 2019 4:30:00 PM

When a pavement fails to reach its expected design life, how often is this the result of problems with the hot mix asphalt used? In my experience, the answer to …

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Topics:RoadwaysInfrastructureGeogridPublic WorksSubgrade StabilizationPavement DesignPavement Optimization

by Bryan Gee, on Jan 8, 2019 12:04:24 PM

There have been many innovations in geosynthetic technology since the first use of geotextiles in the 1960s, both in the geosynthetic materials themselves and our understanding of their proper application …

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Topics:RoadwaysInfrastructureGeogridSubgrade Stabilization

by Bryan Gee, on Dec 19, 2018 10:15:26 AM

When site work contractors run into bad soils, they want a solution that’s inexpensive, quick, easy to install, and effective. Chemical stabilization of soils using materials like lime, cement, and …

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Topics:InfrastructureGeogridPublic WorksChemical StabilizationSubgrade Stabilization

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