2008 – Infrastructure
Monday, April 7th
- Infrastructure Overview, Robert Reid, Civil Engineering Magazine
- Roslyn Road Grade Crossing Elimination, Thomas Donnelly, HDR, Inc.
- Buildings in New York City, Christopher M. Santulli and Timothy Lynch, New York City Department of Buildings
Tuesday, April 8th
- Highways and Bridges, Jeffrey Kolb, Federal Highway Administration New York Division
- Corrosion in Steel Cable Supported Bridges, Khaled Mahmoud, Bridge Technology Consulting
- ASCE Report Card for America's Infrastructure, Andrew Herrmann, Hardesty & Hanover
- Failures Averted by Contractor Engineering, Daniel A. Cuoco, Thornton Tomasetti
2007 – Construction in Urban Settings
Monday, April 16th
- Croton Harmon Yard and Shop, Michael J. Kennedy, Edwards and Kelcey
- Highway Reconstruction on I-278 BQE and Bridge Rehabilitations, Michael Casella, DeFoe Corporation
- Construction on the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge, Vicken H. Bedian, Perini Construction
Tuesday, April 17th
- East 153rd Street Bridge, Roly Parroco, New York City Department of Transportation; Alim Boycora, CTE
- Fulton Street Transit Center, Joseph Trainor, New York City Transit Authority
- South Ferry Terminal Project, Uday Durg, Metropolitan Transportation Authority
- Yankee Stadium Concrete Falsework Design, John Brain, Patent Construction Systems
2006 – Engineering for Disasters
Monday, March 6th
- Condition Assessment of Structures Following an Event, Robert T. Ratay and David B. Peraza
- Seismic Evaluation of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, Michael Abrahams, Parsons Brinckerhoff
- Progressive Building Collapse, John Abruzzo, Thorton-Tomasetti
- Fighting Terrorism through Architecture, Robert Smilowitz, Weidlinger Associates
Tuesday, March 7th
- NYC Buildings Department Experiences in the Post Hurricane Katrina Mississippi Gulf Coast, Robert Iulo, New York City Department of Buildings
- Behavior of Critical Facilities During Hurricane Katrina, Adam W. Hapij, Weidlinger Associates
- Assessment of Ports and Coastal Structures in South Louisiana and the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Vahan Tanal and Stephen Curtis, Parsons Brinckerhoff
- Engineering in Disasters, Charles Klinge and Michael Curtis, United States Army Corps of Engineers New York District
- Deconstruction of the Deutsche Bank Building in Lower Manhattan, Anne Pappageorge, Lower Manhattan Development Corporation
2005 – Transportation Projects
Monday, February 7th and Tuesday, February 8th
- Woodrow Wilson Bridge Program: Effective Construction Management in a Multi-Contract World, Russell L. Fuhrman, Potomac Crossing Consultants
- Design of the Cooper River Bridge Replacement in Charleston, South Carolina, Michael J. Abrahams, Parsons Brinckerhoff
- Constructability of the Fulton Street Transit Center, Craig Covil, Arup
- NYCDOT Belt Parkway/Ocean Parkway Design Build Project, Charles Norrish, Gannett Fleming; Jerome Liebowitz, Haks Engineers
- NYCDOT Design-Build Experience, Chris Slouvenakis, New York City Department of Transportation
- AirTrain Terminal at Jamaica Station: The Construction Process, Jim Starace, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey; Henry Chung, Perini Construction
- Construction of the I-87/I-287 Interchange, Tom Hessing, CTE; Charles Johnson, New York State Thruway Authority
2004 – The Next Decade of Construction
Monday, February 9th
- The Next Decade of Construction Equipment, Michael Justino, H.O. Penn; Elizabeth Dunkin, Caterpillar Equipment Company
- Route 9A Update, Richard Schmalz, New York State Department of Transportation
- Micro-Pile Construction, John Wise, Nicholson Construction
- Robotic Building Demolition, Steve Brown, Eastco Construction Company; Rocco S. Romeo, American General Contracting
Tuesday, February 10th
- Paerdegat Basin CSO-4B, Raymond J. Poletto, Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers; Anna D. Walsh, Hazen and Sawyer; Paul Zoltanetzky, New York City Department of Environmental Protection
- New York City DEP Croton Water Treatment Plant and Catskill/Delaware UV Treatment Projects, Michael Borsykowsky, New York City Department of Environmental Protection; Richard Peters, Hazen and Sawyer
- Stillwell Avenue Terminal Reconstruction, Richard Miras, New York City Transit
- The Future of "Green" Construction, John Krieble and Lorrie Kerr, New York City Department of Design and Construction
2003 – Innovative Methods in Tunneling
Wednesday, February 12th and Thursday, February 13th
- Reconstruction of the 1/9 Subway at the World Trade Center Site, Joseph Trainor, MTA New York City Transit
- PATH Restoration Program and the Tunnel Work at Exchange Place, Thomas Groark and Louis Menno, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
- Tunnel Rehabilitation at the World Trade Center Site, Peter Tully, Peter Tully Construction
- City Water Tunnel No. 3 Past, Present, and Future, Michael Greenberg, Eileen Schnock, and Ted Dowey, New York City Department of Environmental Protection
- Second Avenue Subway, Joseph Siano, New York City Transit; Jeffrey Fosbrook, DMJM+Harris
- Box Jacking the I-90 Highway Tunnels Beneath Boston, Gary Almerais, Slattery-Skanska; Philip Rice, Parsons Brinckerhoff
2002 – Rehabilitation Projects
Monday, February 4th & Tuesday, February 5th
- NYSDOT's Rehabilitation of the FDR Drive between 54th Street and 63rd Street, Neil Porto, Daniel Frankfurt
- Bridge Rehabilitation Projects, Kwadwo Osei-Akoto, American Bridge
- New York City Wastewater Treatment Plant Rehabilitation, James Brady, Hazen and Sawyer
- Rehabilitation of Baruch College, William Paxon, Davis Brody
- Rehabilitation of the World Trade Center Foundation, George J. Tamaro, Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers
- Rehabilitation of the World Trade Center Site, Peter Tully, Tully Construction
2001 – Project Delivery Systems – What the Future Holds
Tuesday, February 20th and Wednesday, February 21st
- Project Delivery Systems from the Construction Management Point of View, Irvin Richter, Hill International
- Design Build: A Contractors Perspective, John Kolaya, Yonkers Contracting
- Legal Aspects of Project Delivery Systems, Peter Kutil, King & King
- The Effect of Value Engineering on Project Delivery Systems, Richard LaRuffa, VEI
- Project Delivery Systems: Public Owners Perspective, Michael Kolk, Dormitory Authority of the State of New York
- Transit Authority Point of View on Project Delivery Systems, Mysore Nagaraja, New York City Transit Authority
- Project Delivery Systems: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, Roy Wilson, Wilson Management Associates, Inc.
2000 – Innovative Means and Methods of Construction
Monday, March 6th
- East Side Access, Nasri Munfah, Parsons Brinckerhoff
- Williamsburg Bridge Transit, Robert Koch, Koch Skanska USA
- Hudson-Bergen Light Rail, David P. Smith, STV, Inc.
Tuesday, March 7th
- Guideway Construction for JFK Light Rail System, Tony Tadeo, Koch Skanska, USA
- Modern Stadium Projects, Charles Thornton, Thornton Tomasetti Engineers
- NYSDOT Projects, Douglas Currey, New York State Department of Transportation
- Flexible Approaches for Urban Tunneling, Vojtech Gall
1999 – Mega-Projects: Means, Methods, and Other Construction Issues
Monday, February 8th
Tuesday, February 9th
- Williamsburg Bridge, Jay A. Patel, New York City Department of Transportation; Maria Bruschi and Jamie Barbas, Steinman-PTG, Jerry Bassi, Perini
- JFK Light Rail, Gary Winsper, Slattery; Theodore St. Germain, STV; Anthony Cracchiolo and Steve Plate, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
- Third Water Tunnel, Joel Miele, Michael Greenberg, Mirmira Bheemarao, and Eileen Schnock, New York City Department of Environmental Protection
- East Side Access, Howard Sackel, Metropolitan Transportation Authority; Nasri Munfah, Parsons Brinckerhoff
1998 – Case Studies in Construction Failures: Lessons Learned
Monday, February 9th
- Construction-Related Building Façade Failures, Kimball J. Beasely, Weiss, Janney, Elstner Associates
- Construction-Related Building Failures Including Impact on Adjacent Sites, Dov Kaminetzky, Feld, Kaminetzky & Cohen, P.C.
- Why Temporary Structures In Construction Fail, Robert T. Ratay, Polytechnic University
- The Willow Island Cooling Tower Scaffold Collapse - Americas Worst Construction Accident, Emmanuel E. Velivasakis, LZA Technology
- Legal Aspects of Construction-Related Failures, Stephen Postelnek, Wilson, Elser, Moskowitz, Edelman & Dicker
Tuesday, February 10th
- Construction-Related Failures of Bridge Structures, Charles Seim, T.Y. Lin
- The Atlanta Olympic Stadium Temporary Light Tower Collapse During Construction, Antranig Ouzoonian, Weidlinger Associates
- Injuries & Fatalities in the U.S. Construction Industry, Mohammad Ayub, Occupational Safety and Health Administration
- The Role of Expert Witnesses In Construction Failure Cases, Peter Kutil, Sedgwick, Detert, Moran & Arnold
- Builder's Risk Insurance Coverage Issues & Loss Adjustment, Michael Giambra, CIGNA Property & Casualty
1997 – Construction Into the Next Millennium – Tri-State Area Projects on the Horizon
Monday, February 3rd and Tuesday, February 4th
1996 – Construction Law '96
Monday, February 5th and Tuesday, February 6th
1995 – Construction for Earthquake Hazard Mitigation – Seismic Isolation Retrofit of Structures
Monday, February 6th
- Seismic Risk in the Eastern United States, Klaus H. Jacob, Lamont-Doherty Geophysical Observatory
- Overview of History of Isolation and Current State-of-the-Art and Practice - World View, Ian G. Buckje. State University of New York at Buffalo
- Isolation Systems - Their Design and Application in the U.S., Anoop S. Mokha. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
- Seismic Design and Isolation for Long-Span Bridges, Man-Chung Tang, DRC Consultants
Tuesday, February 7th
- Elastomeric Bearing Systems and their Applications, Ronald l. Mayes, Dynamic Isolation Systems
- Sliding Bearing Systems and their Applications, Victor A. Zayas, Earthquake Protection Systems
- Energy Dissipation Systems for Earthquake Hazard Mitigation, M.C. Constantinou, State University of New York at Buffalo
- Earthquake Hazard Mitigation in Geotechnical Engineering, Carl J. Costantino. City College of New York; Peter H. Edinger and Vincent Tirolo, Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers
1994 – 120 Years of Tunneling in New York City
Monday, February 14th
- Shield and Compressed Air Tunneling in the 19th Century, Vincent Tirolo, Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers
- A History of the PATH Hudson River Tunnels, Paul Hollick, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
- Soft Ground Tunneling Using Compressed Air, George A. Fox, Grow Tunneling Corp.
- City Water Tunnels 1 & 2, Glen Vogel, New York City Department of Environmental Protection
- Difficult Conditions in Cut-and-Cover Subway Construction, Bernard Grand, Slattery Associates
- History of Ground Water Control for Shafts and Tunnels, Art Corwin, Moretrench American
Tuesday, February 15th
- The Development of Shaft Construction Methods, Joseph A. Sopko, Layne-Northwest Company
- Early Cast Iron Liners Under The Hudson, Gerald Levy
- Experiences in Rock Tunneling-Have We Learned from the Past?, Norman Nadel, Nadel Associates, Inc.
- Progress in Underpinning, Rube Samuels, Parsons Brinckerhoff
1993 – Innovation in Construction
Monday, February 1st
- Innovation in Soil Grouting, Donald Bruce, Nicholson Construction
- Advances in Concrete Construction, Anthony Rizzi, Polytechnic Institute
- The Construction of The Third Harbor Tunnel in Boston, Waller Grantz and Stan Haas, Bechtel/Parsons Brinckerhoff Joint Venture
- Fabric Structures, E.M. DePaola, Severud Associates
Tuesday, February 2nd
- Construction of a Subway Station by Soft Ground NATM, Prakash Donde, Jenny Engineering, Inc.
- Construction of the Oakwood Beach Interceptor Sewer, George Cowan and William Lipski, New York City Department of Environmental Protection
- The Use of Augered Cast-in-Place Piles to Limit Damage to Adjacent Structures, Hugh Lacy and Joel Moskowitz, Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers
- Construction of Materials Recovery Facility, Mark Wagner, Omni Technical Services, Inc.
1992 – Temporary Structures in Construction
Monday, February 10th
- State-of-the-Art in Temporary Construction, Robert T. Ratay, Pratt Institute
- Temporary Structures in Foundation Work – Case Histories, Bernie Grand, Slattery Associates, Inc.
- Temporary Structures for Bridge Work – Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queensboro Bridges, Frank Gallo, New York City Department of Transportation
- Safety in Construction of Temporary Structures, Jim Stanley, Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Tuesday, February 11th
- Temporary Construction for Seismic Retrofitting of Bearings in Bridges, Ed Petrou, New York State Department of Transportation; John Kolaya, Yonkers Contracting Co., Inc.
- Roles and Responsibilities or Engineer-of-Record, Designer of Temporary Structures, and the Contractor, John Deerkoski, John Deerkoski Associates
- Access Trestle and Other Temporary Structures in Marine Construction, Jesse Jameson, Perini Corporation
- Legal Principles & Theories Relating to Temporary Construction, Stephen Postelnek, Wilson, Elser, Moskowitz, Edleman & Dicker
1991 – Tunnels and Underground Construction
Monday, February 4th
- Raising the Roof of the Kingston and Haverstraw Tunnels, Kyle Ott, Parsons Brinckerhoff
- Experience with Rapid Consolidation of Soils Using Sand Drains, Carl Costantino, City College of New York
- The Performance of a 100 Year-Old Brick-Lined Transit Tunnel, V.G. Miller and A.J. Trivedi, The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
- Shaft Construction for Staten Island Sewer Tunnel, Donald Bruce, Nicholson Company; P.H.C. Chan, Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers
Tuesday, February 5th
- Slurry Wall Construction for the World Financial Center, George J. Tamaro, Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers
- Underpinning of Highway Viaduct Columns for Amtrak Tunnel, Nasri A. Munfah, Parsons Brinckerhoff; B. Lazo, Delma Construction
- The Welsley Extension Relief Sewer Tunnel Contract No. 1, T. Peyton, Skanska Tunneling
- Seismic Considerations in Tunnel Rehabilitation, Vincent Tirolo, Pratt Institute
1990 – Legal Aspects of Construction
Monday, January 29th and Tuesday, January 30th
- New York City's No Damage for Delay Clause, John F. Grubin; Jonah C. Grill, Tunstead, Schechter & Torre
- Prequalification of Contractors, Sandra Van de Walle, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
- Representing the Engineer in a Failure of Collapse, James E. Frankel, Shea & Gould
- Construction, the Helpful Owner – What Owners Can Do and Should Do to Improve Productivity and Timeliness, Robert Ellner, M. Carl Levln
- Alternate Methods of Dispute Resolution, Robert A. Rubin, Postner and Rubin
- Construction Without Litigation, Is It Possible?, Roy Wilson, Wilson Management
1989 – Bridge Construction
Monday, January 30th
- Future Bridge Construction in New York, Ira Deitch, New York State Department of Transportation
- Structural Lifting, John Deerkoski, John S. Deerkoski & Associates
- Bascule Bridge Repair, Gene Casey, Mason & Hanger; John Deerkoski, John S. Deerkoski & Associates
- Cable Stayed Bridge Construction, Man Chung Tang, DRC Consultants Inc.
Tuesday, January 31st
- Newburgh-Beacon Bridge Caisson Installation, Eugene F. Kelley, Weeks Stevedoring Co. Inc.
- Bridge Inspection Program & Procedures, Cailein A. Mac Dougall, New York State Department of Transportation
- Replacement of the Wreck Lead Bridge, Neal Forshner, Envirodyne Engineers/Kaiser Eng.
- Rehabilitation of the Manhattan Bridge Anchorage Eye Bars, Ralph Csogi, Greenman Pedersen Inc.
1988 – Construction in an Urban Environment
Monday, February 1st
- Homeport, Robert Koch, Yonkers Construction
- Red Hook Tunnel, Alex Varas, Hazen & Sawyer; Eugene Casey, Mason & Hanger
- Restoration of Pilings, Eugene Jones, Marine Inspections
- Long Island Railroad Hillside-Holban Repair Facility, George Klein, Parsons Brinkerhoff/Morrison-Knudsen
Tuesday, February 2nd
- Institutional Impediments, Norman Nadel, Maclean Grove & Co. Inc.
- Long Island Expressway Earth Anchors, Bernard A. Grand, Slattery Construction
- Foundation Construction in and Around New York City, Angelo Sisco, Laquila Construction
1987 – Tunnel/Underground Construction
Monday, February 2nd
- Port Authority Tunnel Rehabilitation Program, Daniel M. Hahn, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
- Pressure Face Tunneling Method, WMATA F-4, Jo Shore, Franki-Deny's Inc.
- Temporary Tunnel Supports, Larry Eckert, Commercial Shearing Inc.
- Mole Tunneling Machine, Neil J. Dahmen, Robbins Co.
Tuesday, February 3rd
- Conventional Drill & Blast Tunnel Method, Gary Almeraris and Thomas Peyton, MacLean-Grove Co.
- The New Austrian Tunneling Method, Dr. Harold Wagner, Jenny Engr. & Mayreder Consult; Walter Hinkel, Vienna Subway Authority
- Mount Baker Tunnel, Harvey W. Parker, Shannon & Wilson Inc.
- The Use of Roadheaders in Tunneling, Cyril Treharne Jones, Ingersol Rand & Paurant Gmbh.
1986 – Infrastructure Rehabilitation
Monday, February 3rd
- Financing Issues - MTA's Experience, Mortimer Downey, Metropolitan Transportation Authority
- Fiscal Responsibility in Funding Infrastructure, Robert Schumacher, New York State Department of Transportation
- The Region's Infrastructure: A Challenge of Rebuild, Peter Rinaldi, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
Tuesday, February 4th
- Owl's Head Water Pollution Control Plant Upgrading, John Ruggiero, New York City Department of Environmental Protection
- Holland Tunnel – Revitalized, Jim Brady and Gary Egli, Morrison-Knudsen Company, Inc.
- Water and Sewer Tunnel Rehabilitation, Robert Jenny, Jenny Engineering Corp.
- Logistics and Resolution of Problems During Construction, Bernard Grand, Slattery Assoc. Inc.
- Rehabilitation of Boston's MBTA Green Line Subway, Henry Russel, Jr., Parsons Brinckerhoff
- Repair and Maintenance of Waterfront Structures, Pat Kelleher, Spearin Preston & Burrows, Inc.
- Rehabilitation of Loop Parkway Bridge, Avanti Shroff, Iffland, Kavanagh & Waterbury
1985 – Open Cut Construction
Monday, February 11th
- Sheeting Systems, Robert Houghton, Schnabel Foundation Co.
- Tieback Systems, John Roma, Franki Foundation Co.
- Underpinning, Mel Febish, Urban Foundation Co.
- Instrumentation of Open Cuts, William Beloff, Soil & Rock Instrumentation Co.
Tuesday, February 12th
- Legal Aspects, Stanley Siegelbaum, Rubinstein & Siegelbaum
- Horizontal Cofferdams, Tom Kuesel, Parsons Brinckerhoff
- Dewatering Systems, William J. Rothschild, General Dewatering Co.
- Open Cut Construction for Subways, George Ziegler, New York City Transit Authority
1984 – Construction of Transportation Facilities
Monday, February 6th
- Pile Foundations for the Delta Terminal, LaGuardia Airport, William Kruse, Pile Foundations, Inc.
- Monorail Construction - Disney World Epcot Center, Brian Flaherty, Morrison-Knudson, Inc.
- Rehabilitation of Williamsburg and Queensboro Bridges - New York City, Don Colabella, North Star Construction Company
- Contractor Designs of Temporary Structures in Transportation Construction, Paul Scagnelli, Schiavone Construction Company
Tuesday, February 7th
- Permanent Slurry Wall Construction Harvard Square Station, MBTA, Thomas Regan, Sverdrup & Parcel and Associates, Inc.
- Rehabilitation of the Baltimore and Potomac Tunnel, Charles Mergantime, Mergantime Construction Company
- Soft Ground Tunneling Using a Precast Segmented Concrete Lining, Dan Wallace, Parsons Brinckerhoff; Jerry Levy, Buchan Concrete Segments, Ltd.
- Ground Modification in Lieu of Underpinning - Pittsburgh Light Rail System & Other Case Histories, Joseph P. Welsh, Hayward Baker Company
1983 – Waterfront Construction
Monday, February 7th
- Precast Concrete Piles and Dock, Eugene Smith, J. Rich Steers
- Slurrywalls for Waterfront Construction, George J. Tamaro, Mueser Rutledge Johnston & DeSimone
- Construction of the Fort McHenry Tunnel, Baltimore, Maryland, Len Druian, Sverdrup & Parcel and Associates; Walter Grantz, Parsons Brinckerhoff
- Cofferdam Construction, Charles Vachris
Tuesday, February 8th
- Port and Harbor Development – Exxon – South America, Bates Burnell, Morrison-Knudson, Inc.
- Marine Dredging, Morse Kluboch, Perini Corporation
- Waterfront Construction – A Case History, Joseph Peraino, Raymond International, Inc.
- Construction and Rehabilitation of Outfalls, Randy Mack, Spearin Preston Burrows
1982 – High Rise Construction
Monday February 1st and Tuesday, February 2nd
- Putting It All Together – Safety, Irwin Fruchtman, New York City Department of Buildings
- Impact of Zoning on High Rise Architecture, Der Scutt
- High Rise Fire Safety, Paul R. DeCicco, Polytechnic Institute of New York
- Foundations for High Rise Construction, Reuben Samuels, Thomas Crimmins Contracting Co.
- Stone Façades for High Rise Buildings, Alex S. Gere, Stone Tech, Inc.
- Steel in High Rise Architecture, Ralph Doederlein, Bethlehem Steel Corporation
- Concrete in High Rise Buildings, Hal Iyengar, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
- Mechanics and Electrical Systems for High Rise Buildings and Coordinating Their Installation, Sital Daryanani, Syska & Hennessey, Inc.
1981 – Alternative Methods of Tunnel Construction
Monday February 2nd and Tuesday, February 3rd
- History of Alternative Tunnel Construction Methods, Eugene Casey, Mason & Hanger
- Engineers Choices in Selection of Contract Method, Vincent Tirolo, Sverdrup and Parcel and Assoc.
- Tunnel Boring Machine NYCTA 63rd Street Subway Construction, Garry Liguori, Schiavone Construction Co.
- Sunken Tube Tunnel Construction, Martin Kelly, Peter Kiewit Sons
- Roadheader Tunneling Machine Method, Malcolm Gatt, The Dosco Corp.
- Soft Ground Tunneling Methods, John Ruggiero, New York City Department of Water Resources
- Slurry Shield & Earth Balancing Method – North Shore Tunnel – San Francisco Cleanwater Program, Russel Clough, Ohbayshi-Gumi
- Ground Solidification, Dewatering, Compaction Grouting, Frank Guiarte, Hawyard Baker Inc.
1980 – Rehabilitation Construction
Monday, February 4th and Tuesday, February 5th
1979 – Tunneling
Monday, February 5th and Tuesday, February 6th
- The Use of Shotcrete As a Temporary Tunnel Support System, Edward Plotkin, MacLean Grove
- The Economics of Tunneling in New York City, Preparation of Estimates, Costs and Bids, Norman Nadel, MacLean Grove
- The Use of Instrumentation during Tunneling Operations, John Dunnicliff, Soil & Rock Instrumentation Company
- Drilling Rock with Hydraulically Operated Drills, Jack Burke, Gardner-Denver Co.
- Hand Mining a Tunnel Through Soft Ground with Liner Plates and Rib and Lagging for Temporary Support, Larry Eckert, Commercial Shearing
- The Legal Aspects of Tunneling, Changed Conditions, Etc., Peter Goetz, Goetz & Fitzpatrick
- Soil Solidification and Compaction Grouting, Francis B. Gularte, Hayward Baker Co.
- Soft Ground Tunneling with the Use of a Machine, John Ruggiero, New York City Department of Environmental Protection
1978 – Installation of Driven Piles
Monday, February 6th and Tuesday, February 7th
- Timber Piles Are Still Important, Edmund Burke, Mueser, Rutledge, Wentworth & Johnston
- Pipe Corrugated Shells and Mandrels, Earl E. Seck, Republic Steel Corp.
- Composite Enlarged Base and Precast Concrete Piles, Stanley Merjan, Underpinning & Foundation Constructors, Inc.
- H-Piles and Sheet Piles Have Greater Potential, Thomas D. Dismuke, Bethlehem Steel Co.
- Accessories Aid Pile Installation, John J. Dougherty, Jr., Associated Pile & Fitting Corp.
- Profit by Selecting the Right Pile Hammer, Glen Barber, L.B. Foster
- Pile Capacity from Dynamic Measurement, George G. Goble, University of Colorado
- Engineering and Inspection During Pile Installation, Roy I. Commer, DeLeuw Cather Organization
- Problems and Solutions – New York Pile Foundations, Edward E. White
- What to Do If You Think a Pile Claim is Coming, Robert A. Rubin, Max E. Greenberg, Trayman, Cantor, Reiss & Blasky
- Equitable Payment for Problem Foundations, William E. Kruse, Falco Construction Company