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Webinar: The Use of Non-Standard Fills in Reinforced Soil Highways Structures

Thursday 2nd July 

11:00am - 12.00pm BST

Hosted by Craig Roberts: Senior Product & Application Technology Manager

 

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Need a FAST, SAFE & COST-EFFECTIVE solution for your Highways Structures?

The Use of Non-Standard Fills in Reinforced Soil Highway Structures

Structures in HighwaysReinforced soil is becoming a standard way of forming highways structures, instead of more traditional options, frequently involving piling and reinforced concrete.

Tensar’s HAPAS BBA certified TensarTech Retaining Wall Structures have been used to build retaining walls, load-bearing abutments and wing walls on many projects around the world.

Engineers who need to maximise the area of development for earth retaining walls and structures but are faced with difficult terrain and geotechnical conditions can turn to Tensar reinforced Retaining Wall Structures for a tailored solution which can meet aesthetic, budget and environmental needs.

Why attend the webinar?

In this Tensar Academy Webinar, we will look at:

  • Cost savings using TensarTech TW modular block walls vs reinforced concrete
  • How industry waste materials, like PFA can be used instead of quarried aggregates reducing your environmental impact 
  • How reinforced soil can be used to form load bearing bridge abutments
  • An introduction to the new HAPAS BBA certified TensarTech ARES panel wall for highway applications

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Academy Webinar Presenter

Craig Roberts
Senior Product & Application Technology Manager

Joining Tensar in 1998, Craig has a wealth of experience having worked in a number of roles within Tensar including design, commercial, technical and product management. More recently, he has been promoted to Senior Product & Application Technology Manager.  He is a Chartered Engineer and an active member of the Institute of Highway Engineers. Craig is also passionate about promoting sustainability through the use of geosynthetics in the built environment.