Technical Webinar: Risk Management for Underground Construction
Underground construction by tunnel and micro-tunnel involves much different construction methods and has different risks than traditional cut and cover construction for water, sewer, stormwater and transportation infrastructure. This presentation will explore best practices for risk management on underground projects including use of a Geotechnical Data Report and Geotechnical Baseline Report, geotechnical instrumentation, risk registers and contract tools that help deliver projects on time and on budget and preserve relations between the Contractor, Engineer and the Owner.
Brian Gettinger PE is the Tunneling Services Leader for Freese and Nichols, Inc, providing technical and project leadership on tunnel projects across the organization. He has a wide variety of experience in design, cost estimating, inspection and construction management of tunnels and grouting of shafts and reservoirs. His tunneling experience includes hard and soft rock tunnels excavated by conventional TBM, EPBM and drill and blast methods with tunnel liners, including cast-in-place concrete, precast gasketed concrete segments and fiberglass pressure pipe. Brian is a registered Civil Engineer in the States of Texas, California and Missouri and is a graduate of the University of Missouri – Kansas City with a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration.
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