68th Highway Geology Symposium
The upcoming 69th annual Highway Geology Symposium will be held in Portland Maine, September 10th through September 13th, 2018, at the Holiday Inn By The Bay.
There will be a half-day Transportation Research Board workshop before the Symposium on Monday, September 10th. This is an annual event for TRB at the Highway Geology Symposium (HGS). The 2018 TRB Workshop Title is: “Geotechnical Asset Management: Implementation of Programs and Advances in Technology”. This workshop will explore the implementation of geotechnical asset management (GAM) programs for rock and soil slopes along with other geotechnical assets. Presentations will demonstrate the state of the practice as GAM programs complete research and development phases and move into active use at state and federal agencies. The session will also include presentations on the active development of remote sensing and other data collection and interpretation methods in support of GAM programs. The session will include four 30 minute invited presentations followed by a 30 to 45 minute open discussion on the state of GAM practice in the transportation industry. This workshop is sponsored by the Joint Section Subcommittee on Geotechnical Asset Management (AFP00(1)), Standing Committee on Geotechnical Site Characterization (AFP20), and Standing Committee on Engineering Geology (AFP10)
New information will be posted as it becomes available. We hope to see you in Maine!
Sponsors and Exhibitors!
We invite you to participate in the 69th annual Highway Geology Symposium.
The symposium program is designed to encourage connecting and networking while fostering closer cooperation and better understanding between geologists and civil engineers in the highway industry. The event draws engineering geologists and geotechnical engineers from state and federal agencies as well as academia, colleges and universities, consulting firms, and construction industries. A sponsorship will offer you an opportunity to make face-to-face connections with influential staff and key industry leadership from around the country. The exposure will reinforce your brand awareness and maximize visibility within the geotechnical community, through a positive association and a much anticipated event. A variety of sponsorship opportunities exist to allow industry partners to get involved.
Online registration is available here: Exhibitor-Sponsor On-line Registration
Or click the links below to access the printable brochure and registration form.
Calling Young Authors
The Highway Geology Symposium has existed for over 64 years and over the years has had much participation by what might be considered “Young Authors”. This participation by our younger professionals has been fabulous and is a true benefit to the Symposium and the Mission of HGS. HGS is taking participation of Young Authors to another level by offering a competition with both financial, registration and award recognition. This will be an annual and perpetual award with up to three awards presented. We are very excited about this new opportunity for participation by Young Authors and we encourage you to submit your paper and to present your work at the Symposium. HGS is all about sharing our geologic technical experiences and we look forward to hearing about and learning from your experience. So please see the link below for guidelines for participation requirements and award details.
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The upcoming 69th annual Highway Geology Symposium will be held in Portland, Maine, September 10th through September 14th, 2018. Please take a look at the slide show for more information.
The 68th Annual Highway Geology Symposium was held from May 1st to May 4th in Marietta, Georgia. Thank you to everyone who participated for making the 2017 HGS a memorable event.
View the pictures from 2009-2016: 67th HGS, Colorado Springs, Colorado 2016 66th HGS, Sturbridge, Massachusetts 2015 65th HGS, Laramie, Wyoming 2014 64th HGS, North Conway, New Hampshire 2013 63rd HGS, Redding, California 2012 62nd HGS,