A Pile of News - April 2024

A Pile of News: April 2024
A briefing on news and information from the pile driving contractors,
associated manufacturers, construction suppliers and affiliated engineers
who comprise PDCA.
By Matt Bisbee, PDCA

Originally sent April 1, 2024
Top of the Pile

Time is running out - The PDCA Project of the Year Awards program entry period closes FRIDAY. Submit Land, Marine, Earth Retention, Associate/Engineer, International pile driving project(s) to PDCA through e-file share, ASAP!

We're glad you're here! Q1, 2024 brings new members to PDCA; help us welcome and thank the following:
  • Contractors: AGM Marine Contractors of Mashpee, MA; Archangel Development Enterprises of Bluffton, SC; East Coast Marine Construction and Design of Daytona Beach, FL; MEB General Contractors of Chesapeake, VA
  • Associates: Corpac Steel Products Corp. of Aventura, FL; Dark Horse Metals of Liberty Hill, TX
  • Engineering Affiliate: COWI, worldwide
  • Government employees: Dwarika Mallick of MTA-NYC Transit Authority; Gavin Gautreau of LA Transportation Research Center; Derek Paille of LA-DOTD
  • Academic employee: Dr. Alejandro Martinez of UC Davis
  • Students: Jansen Billiot from LSU; Baris Elmas of University of Missouri
  • Government and academic employees may now join PDCA at NO COST; student membership is FREE

It's almost here  IFCEE 2024 The International Foundations Congress and Equipment Expo comes to Dallas May 7 - 10. Registration is open, but rooms at The Hyatt Regency Dallas are SOLD OUT other nearby options are available. Don't miss the triennial collaboration from PDCA, ADSC, DFI and the Geo-Institute, featuring insightful programs and a huge equipment show.
From the Association & Chapters
Mark your calendars:
News and PHOTOS from the PDCA Blog:
Winner of the PDCA Driven contest
Congratulations, Interpipe Canada, you are this month's winner! Send an email to marian@piledrivers.org before the end of the month to claim your prize!
News from PDCA Companies
Giving back:
A man showing school children construction tools
  • Aggregate Technologies, Inc. sponsors The Water Cycle, a campaign of the Auburn University Chapter of Engineers Without Borders that will bring water solutions to developing countries.
  • Atlas Tube donates steel tubing to Mobility Worldwide, a charity that builds mobility carts for people in need. Steel is used in the frame and brake handles, giving a user the gift of movement.
  • Bottom Line Equipment introduces the American Hero program in which it donates 25% of rental revenue on certain heavy machinery and attachments to military and first responders.
  • Lodge Lumber Co. commends its employees who spent a Saturday morning supporting a charitable initiative in Houston that provides beds to children who need them.
  • Geo-Technology Associates, Inc. applauds its staff members in Somerset, NJ, who volunteered at the Franklin Food Bank to help with stocking and cleaning at the facility.

Acquisitions & expansions:
  • Cajun Industries, LLC expects construction of a 20K sq. ft. expansion at its equipment services facility in Port Allen, LA, to be completed this summer.
  • Kiewit grows its Lenexa, KS, campus with a new six-story, 177K sq. ft. building. It also gets a new common space, solar panels on the four buildings and EV chargers in the garages.

Government relations:
  • McCarthy Building Cos. expanded the Phoenix-Gateway Airport with a new 5-gate terminal, through federal funding. Officials from the Presidential Administration, along with U.S. Reps. Stanton and Gallego, and Mesa Mayor Giles participated with the builder in the widely publicized ribbon-cutting.
  • Bull Moose Tube sent engineering manager Richard Morales to Washington, D.C., to assist ASCE efforts to advocate for issues pertaining to infrastructure, resilience and Buy America. The Georgian met with his congressman, U.S. Rep. McCormick, who gave him a commander coin. He also met U.S. Sen. Warnock and staff for Sen. Ossoff.
  • S&ME, Inc. staff from South Carolina visited Washington, D.C., with ASCE to advocate for more U.S. infrastructure investment. Jonathan T. says the delegation met with U.S. Rep. Wilson, along with staff from the offices of U.S. Sens. Graham and Scott, and Reps. Clyburn and Duncan.

  • Pile Drivers, Inc. of Hollywood, SC, has been installing driven piles in and around Charleston for 50 years. The small, family-owned business has swum against a tide of consolidations and buy-outs, which have changed the face of the industry significantly, over the past two decades. Proprietor John King says that maintaining a fluid business model and adjusting to constant changes in the market, workforce and regulatory environment are the keys to survival.
People on the Move
  • Rod Kern, representing the Kern family's fourth generation at Equipment Corporation of America (ECA), earns promotion to vice president at the company. Also, foundation construction machinery veteran John Zito onboards as ECA's newest business development manager.
  • Onur Uzun elevates to GM at Copier Machinery, based in The Netherlands with U.S. offices.
  • Coleman Kitchens joins the Texas sales team at John Lawrie Tubulars.
  • Michael Muniz is the newest addition to the THI Pipe & Piling sales team and will manage a northeastern U.S. clientele from his Ohio base.
  • Nick Harrington named manager at American Engineering Testing, Inc.'s Sioux Falls, SD office.
  • Eric Hohmann will lead construction management for CRW Engineering Group, Inc. in Alaska.
  • Gerard Drohan, Jetinder Minhas, James Brickman, Sal D'Amico, Kyle Sidle, Cristos Zoupantis, Shawn Barca and JP Binard promoted to associate at Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers in NYC.

  • Aislinn Nagy of Balfour Beatty makes Engineering-News Record's National Top 20 Under 40 list. It notes her resume reflects $1.3B of commercial construction work across 10 market sectors.
  • Rob Soriano won the Unsung Hero award at a maritime industry gathering hosted by the Propeller Club-Port of Tampa. The port engineer for Orion Marine is a decorated USAF veteran who served in three foreign tours of duty and actively supports many maritime causes.
  • Marquia Wooten, a project engineer at Pacific Pile & Marine, has published a coloring book under the penname M. DeVonne. It highlights the contributions of black women in construction and is now available on Amazon. Her work on this and other volunteer initiatives caught the eye of city officials in Seattle who publicized her story.
  • Leon Topalian who helms Nucor Corp. takes a seat on the board of the Global War on Terrorism Memorial Foundation. He also pledges to donate $2.5M in monetary support and steel.
  • Brad Roberts has raised more than $30K in charitable funds over several years of getting sponsored participation in the Boston Marathon. While Brad is sitting out this year, he is helping his GZA GeoEnvironmental colleague Kyle Szewczyk raise money for running this year's race.
  • Kathryn Petek, Sam Sideras and James Walters won the Shannon & Wilson Best Technical Publications contest for their presentation detailing a bridge retrofit in Oregon. Dr. Petek was the solo runner-up for her work outlining pile failure for large diameter open-ended piles.
  • Kevin Kundla became a retiree last Friday, with eyes on the Jersey Shore and Florida. This follows his 40+ year piling industry career which began as a dock builder apprentice and ended as BDM at Commerce Construction Corporation. His employer shares this warm farewell.
  • Jason Hunsberger retired after 29 years in fabrication and welding at Foundation. According to the boss, he always turned "crazy designs" from engineers into reality.
  • Tony Simmonds is retiring from GEOKON following a nearly 40-year career of positive contributions to the geotechnical instrumentation industry and successful development of leaders at the company. The outgoing EVP retains a board advisory role.
  • Linda Navin Murray helps families access grief therapy and other resources through the Cassidy Murray Foundation, inspired by a tragedy on the water. The Haley & Aldrich business systems analyst told her devastating story at a staff safety meeting, the firm stresses water safety.

Sending sympathies:
On the Job
Bechtel gives a shout-out to its partner Morris - Shea Bridge Company for its ES&H commitment, as their coordinated foundation work continues on the Corpus Christi Liquefaction Project.

Cianbro strengthened its place in American and military history with completion of the new Senator John Warner Maritime Heritage Center in Alexandria, VA. Named for the late statesman and former Navy secretary, the waterfront learning facility is now home to artifacts like a replica of the 18th century ship Providence

East Coast Marine Construction & Design delivers a stunning sunrise in this job site photo as it breaks ground on another Daytona Beach, FL, seawall, to mitigate rising waters.

Pacific Pile & Marine is the low bidder for a $76M redevelopment of two berths on Terminal 91 at the Seattle Port, according to reports in the Daily Journal of Commerce.

Ralph L. Wadsworth Construction crews are in Salt Lake City suburb, Sandy City, where they are building a new interchange with a bridge to ease congestion on Bangerter Highway. Nucor Skyline steel is being installed with a piling hammer from International Construction Equipment.

Russell Marine LLC assists erosion control in Sugarland, TX. Colby Smith and crew install weir structures on the Brazos River. Also, East Coast crews expand the Wando terminal for South Carolina Ports with pile extraction and construction of a new pier for the Coast Guard, which involves a sheet pile bulkhead.

Junttan hosted professionals from PRECO-MSE at its Finland factory for a tour and meetings with its teams in PDA and engineering. This, after the contractor installed piles from Interpipe Inc. Canada at a Montreal jobsite where it used its PM16 rig.

Professional Service Industries is on a Bossier City, LA, job site performing dynamic monitoring using Pile Dynamics, Inc. instrumentation for a Boh Bros. Construction crew while it drives steel H-piles.

TRC Companies, Inc. is assisting the City of Lockhart, TX, with infrastructure needs, including the development of a master plan to address needs of the water and wastewater systems.
A group of people having fun in a bowling alley
Employee morale is a priority at Foundation in Oakley, CA. Staff recently went bowling event and the annual Horseshoe Tournament is coming back on June 1.
Notes from the Virtual Field
Do you like to see explosions? Minnesota contractor Veit often performs demolitions before pile installations. It recently pulverized an old power plant in Wisconsin and a local videographer caught the event with multiple camera angles. See the 60 second clip  it's better than CGI-enhanced scenes in modern movies!

We're Manson Construction... of course we'll produce a trendy social media video to celebrate our exceptional women in construction!

Technology is wonderful, except when it's not: ChatGPT can be useful in construction but should stay in its lane. Shana Opdyke-Carroll calls the foul when the software generated this image of a fake geotech performing a test. She and the real geotechs at D.W. Kozera, Inc. can dispel the mythologies.

Texas Hold 'Em  If this social media post from Eustis Engineering were set to music, we would hear the new country song by Houston native Beyoncé accompanying the field crew as they tested soils from the Texas cattle ranch.

College student co-ops and interns at construction companies gain real-world experience and keep a talent pipeline flowing into the industry. But sometimes, they can teach the ole dogs some new tricks. Richard E. Pierson Construction Co. commends co-op Shane from Drexel University for his insights to PM's about HCSS civil construction software.

It's no secret that pile drivers often hear references to pro wrestling (among other things), however, a unique comparison came in a February blog post from the Greater North Dakota Chamber. The author writes about her childhood and her dad, who was a big WWE fan. She ties that to complimenting PDCA for its work on behalf of members and concludes the column proclaiming that Frank Peters is a far better executive director than Macho Man Randy Savage ever could be. You gotta read it!

Thanks for reading 'All the piling news that's fit to print.' PDCA commends its members for the work you do, both in and outside of the industry. If you have something you would like to share with the thousands who receive this publication each month, please send in your news tips to matt@piledrivers.org. Meantime, submit your Project of the Year entries, ASAP. Register today to attend IFCEE. And if you're reading this early on April 1, go saran wrap the toilet at your office before your colleagues arrive...it's April Fool's Day, after all!

Posted in A Pile of News PDCA Monthly e-newsletter.


PDCA sends its heartfelt thoughts to its members, the marine construction and maritime industries, and everyone impacted by the tragedy in Baltimore on March 26, 2024. #MarylandStrong

Going to IFCEE? Celebrate 2023 PDCA Awardees at FREE Lunch Ceremony

If you are attending IFCEE 2024, May 7-10 in Dallas, TX, plan to stick around for an exclusive PDCA luncheon at the conclusion of IFCEE formal programming on Friday, May 10th, from 12:30 - 2:00 PM CDT. Members will gather in the Cotton Bowl Room at the Hyatt Regency Dallas (the same venue hosting IFCEE) to celebrate winners of the 2023 Project of the Year Awards, as well as Association Awards, in a special ceremony that is independent of the IFCEE schedule. IFCEE participation is not necessary to attend the Friday ceremony, and there is no admission cost to join the lunch event; however, advance registration is REQUIRED to ensure accommodations for all attendees. Click the button below to reserve your seat for this lunch and awards ceremony.

Sponsors are invited to support this special luncheon ceremony. There are four sponsorships available to PDCA benefactors, at $2,500.00 each. Please click the Registration button below to secure your sponsorship.

The Project of the Year Awards program from PDCA represents the organization's most prestigious honor, and its annual winners exemplify excellence in driven pile-based, deep foundation construction. You read about the 2023 program winners in PileDriver magazine, Issue #4-2023this is your chance to network with some of the industry's leading pile drivers and help applaud their work during this live event. We hope to see you there.

Lunch & Learn From Texas Chapter Draws 70 to Hear Industry Presentations

Members of the PDCA Texas Chapter gathered Tuesday, March 19th at the Hyatt Regency - Baytown hotel, near Houston, to hear presentations from suppliers of steel and concrete piling, as well as a 30-year veteran pile driving contractor. Approximately 70 attendees gained new insights into the industry and enjoyed the opportunity for lunch and networking. 

Program speakers included Jody Singletary from Dunham Price, a seasoned producer of concrete pile manufacturing. He addressed matters pertaining to quality in concrete piling and its manufacturing process. This segment was made possible through sponsorship by APE-American Piledriving Equipment.

Gerry McShane of Service Steel Warehouse also presented to the assembly. With more than 35 years in the construction industry and expertise in ground engineering, Mr. McShane has worked in the steel piling industry, exclusively, for the past decade. With a resume that includes practical experience on four continents, he addressed material quality in relation to steel products. This presentation was courtesy of Taylor Marine Construction.

A marine and heavy civil construction veteran pile driver, and presently general superintendent at McCarthy Building Companies, Condon Verble concluded the program in his capacity as president of the PDCA Texas Chapter. He briefed attendees on Chapter initiatives and activities it will be offering to members throughout 2024. OTTO Fabricators and proprietor George Cerda sponsored this final segment of the Lunch & Learn event.

The PDCA Texas Chapter Lunch & Learn was made possible through support from the following event sponsors:
  • CPS Houston
  • Flexifloat
  • PACO Ventures
  • APE-American Piledriving Equipment (presentation sponsor)
  • OTTO Fabricators (presentation sponsor)
  • Taylor Marine Construction (presentation sponsor)
Shiri Foster of Lodge Lumber gave introductions of the Lunch & Learn speakers and provided event photography. Mickey Thatcher, Texas Chapter VP from Russell Marine LLC, also contributed photos.

(L-R) PDCA Executive Director Frank Peters, Texas Chapter Sec. Mike Leal, speaker Gerry McShane,
TX Chapter VP Mickey Thatcher, TX Chapter Treas. Derek Brodnax, TX Chapter and speaker Condon Verble, speaker Jody Singletary.
G. McShane
C. Verble
J. Singletary

Posted in Chapter News.

Register Now: Win Argentina Hunting Trip at 4/26 Pacific Coast Chapter Shoot

Shooters enjoy a beautiful day during the 2023 PDCA Pacific Coast Chapter Scholarship Shoot

Registration is open for the PDCA Pacific Coast Chapter's 13th Annual Scholarship Shoot, a popular event that raises funds for regional students pursuing college degrees in engineering and construction. The friendly competition among pile driving professionals takes place Friday, April 26, 2024, at Birds Landing Hunting Preserve, 2099 Collinsville Road, Birds Landing, CA.  

Following the shoot, a BBQ lunch takes place on the grounds of Birds Landing where shooters will be recognized for individual and team scoring. Also, there will be a raffle featuring donated prizes, including a variety of firearms and shooting accessories. And be sure to participate in the live auction which features a 3-day dove hunt for four people in Argentina, courtesy of Norte Hunters!

PDCA members and non-members are welcome to participate in this annual event; to register, or for more information about competing in the shoot, attending the lunch and prizes portion, or simply donating to the Scholarship fund, please click the button below:

Posted in Chapter News.

South Carolina Chapter Hosts Driven Pile Technical Seminar at The Citadel

Attendees of the Driven Pile Technical Seminar assembled for a group photo in front of The Citadel football stadium on a beautiful March afternoon.

The 10th Driven Pile Technical Seminar, a recurring program from the PDCA South Carolina Chapter, featured an enviable lineup of presenters. The biennial event took place on March 14, 2024, at The Holliday Alumni Center at The Citadel in Charleston, SC. Attendees traveled from throughout the southeastern U.S. region to continue their education in the driven pile industry, and in applicable cases, earn credit hours. This important professional development opportunity was made possible by generous sponsors.

PDCA South Carolina Chapter Board Member Greg Canivan, PE, Technical Principal with S&ME, Inc., led the program development for the 2024 event, and served as its emcee. Another Chapter Board Member, Jason Moore of Palmetto Pile Driving, Inc., assisted with logistical and marketing support.

Upwards of 100 registrants secured seats for the educational program, which began promptly at 8:00 AM on a Thursday morning. And in order of appearance, attendees heard presentations from the following deep foundations professionals:

  • John Ryan, PhD, PE, Assistant Professor at The Citadel - Axial Load Limits for Prestress Concrete Piles
  • David Borger, PE, Director of Engineering at Nucor Skyline - Corrosion of Steel Piles & Staged Construction of Support of Excavation
  • Michael Wysockey, PhD, PE, President of Thatcher Foundations - Driven vs. Drilled Deep Foundations
  • Mohamad Hussein, PE, EVP GRL Engineers, Inc. - Dynamic Pile Testing: Basic Principles, Data Interpretation, and Practical Applications
  • Matt Caskey, PE, Director of Sales and Business Development at DuroTerra - Ductile Iron Piles: Driven Piles for Constrained Access and Low-Vibrations Applications
Thanks to the following sponsors, the Driven Pile Technical Seminar afforded attendees with a full day of quality deep foundations programming, along with breakfast, lunch and snacks. The PDCA South Carolina Chapter thanks the generous supporters of this important event:
  • Cape Romain Contractors
  • Consolidated Pipe & Supply
  • Essve Tech
  • Gerdau
  • International Construction Equipment
  • Junttan
  • Koppers
  • Nucor Skyline
  • Palmetto Pile Driving, Inc.
  • Pile Drivers, Inc.
  • S&ME
  • Soil Consultants, Inc.
Photos of the event presenters and attendees are below:
Greg Canivan

Michael Wysockey

Mohamad Hussein 

David Borger

Matt Caskey

John Ryan

During breakfast, lunch and short breaks in the morning and afternoon, attendees had the opportunity to enhance their industry networks. 

Posted in Chapter News.

Evening Crawfish Boil in Baton Rouge Kicks Off Gulf Coast Chapter Engineers Conference

Every two years, the PDCA Gulf Coast Chapter presents the Engineers Conference, a day-long event designed to educate the regional pile driving community.  The 2024 PDCA Engineers Conference took place March 14th at L'Auberge Casino Hotel in Baton Rouge. One tradition of this biennial event is an optional Crawfish Boil the evening before the full day of rigorous learning begins promptly at 7:30 AM. Generous sponsors make both events happen.

The 2024 Crawfish Boil was held at Pointe Marie in Baton Rouge on March 13th, thanks to the following sponsors:
  • Consolidated Pipe & Supply Company, Inc.
  • Thompson Engineering
  • Meever USA Piling Products (Beverage Sponsor)
  • Service Steel Warehouse (Beverage Sponsor)
See who was SPOTTED at Pointe Marie, enjoying a seemingly endless supply of mud bugs, spirits, camaraderie, networking, and picture-perfect spring weather.

2024 PDCA Engineers Conference

The agenda for the 2024 PDCA Engineers Conference included presentations from the following individuals:
  • Jerry Outlaw of Aradaman & Associates (introductory and closing remarks)
  • Barker Dirmann of ACEC of Louisiana - Legislative Impacts on Your Business
  • Marty Hall of Yellow Creek Coating Services - Steel Coatings and Applications to Steel Piles
  • Terry Holman, PhD, PE, of Geosyntec Consultants, Inc. - Working Platforms
  • Oliver Taylor or ECS Limited - Geotechnical Engineering for Driven Piles
  • Brandon Phetteplace of GRL Engineers, Inc. - Pile Load & Integrity Test Methods
  • Jonathan Coco of Quality Engineering & Surveying - Remote Sensing for Improved Pile Driving Operations
  • Bill Rushing of Waldemar S. Nelson & Co., Inc. - Ethics

The PDCA Gulf Coast Chapter's educational program provided attendees with a full day of industry learning, engaging and knowledgeable presenters, and credits for completed courses, thanks to the following sponsors:
  • JD Fields & Company - Gold Sponsor
  • Keller - Silver Sponsor
  • Nucor Skyline - Silver Sponsor
  • DeSoto Treated Materials, Inc. - Bronze Sponsor
  • Sealevel Construction - Bronze Sponsor
  • GRL Engineers, Inc. - Bronze Sponsor
  • GROUP - Bronze Sponsor
  • Lodge Lumber - Bronze Sponsor
  • ECS Limited - Bronze Sponsor
  • Mississippi River Equipment Co., Inc. - Bronze Sponsor

The 2024 PDCA Engineers Conference was organized by the following committee volunteers
  • Lisa Smith of ECS Limited
  • Jerry Outlaw of Ardaman & Associates
  • Scott Williams of Keller NA
  • Sean Spatz of International Construction Equipment
  • Dylan André of Patriot Construction and Industrial, LLC
  • Kirt Jackson of Cajun Industries, LLC
  • Kathy Harper from the PDCA offices
Check back for announcements on upcoming PDCA Gulf Coast Chapter events.

Posted in Chapter News.

Northeast Chapter Presents the 2024 Professional Development Course

On March 6, 2024, the PDCA Northeast Chapter hosted the annual Professional Development Course at the offices of event sponsor, George Harms Construction Company in Howell, NJ

Presenters included Silas Nichols, PE, Principal Geotechnical Engineer, DOT | FHWA who covered Considerations for Pile Selection, Common Pile Types, Basic Driving Equipment, Driven Pile Design, and Framework for Acceptance. Also, Alex Ryberg, PE, Senior Engineer, GRL Engineers, gave expert perspective on wave equation analysis on sheet / king / combi wall piles with vibratory and impact hammers. And a trio from Nucor SkylineKurt Levins, PE, Reddy Vanari, and Denis Ambio presented support of excavation (SOE) for driven piles, piling products, geo products, and design.

The educational event was free to all paid PDCA Northeast Chapter members and included Continental Breakfast, Lunch, and Refreshments. Attendees who completed the courses earned Professional Development Hours (PDH).

To conclude the day of learning, PDCA member Clydesdale Steel hosted a free meet & greet at a nearby venue to give attendees an opportunity for industry networking.

Posted in Chapter News.

March DFDTA Reaches Capacity in Orlando, Repeats in Cleveland in November

(L-R): Maria Clara Anjos Gonçalves with Geoprova Engenharia Ensaios e Monitoramentos Ltda in Sao Paulo stands with DFDTA instructor Garland Likins of Pile Dynamics, Inc.

The first of two 2024 offerings of the Deep Foundations Dynamic Testing & Analysis Seminar/Workshop (DFDTA), a program available through an ongoing partnership between Pile Dynamics, Inc. (PDI) and PDCA, concluded March 6 in Orlando, FL. If you missed it, the program will be available again in November in Cleveland, OH. The three-day engagement provides expert training on topics such as wave mechanics, non-destructive testing, PDA Applications, CAPWAP, and more. Attendees are provided a copy of the presentation (digital/hard copies), a Certificate of Completion, and proficiency certification for those who took and passed the exam. Watch your inbox and the PDCA website for forthcoming announcements containing further details about DFDTA in November 2024.

The March 2024 DFDTA brought a variety of engineers, project owners, contractors, and other deep foundations professionals to the Lake Nona Wave Hotel in Orlando, FL, where the students heard a one-day seminar on Deep Foundation Integrity Testing and Wave Equation Analysis. Then, it participated in a workshop on High Strain Dynamic Foundation Testing, concluding with an optional proficiency test.

Subject matter experts including Ryan Allin, PE, Michael Morgano, PE, and Garland Likins, PE, M.ASCE, all from PDI and sister engineering firm, GRL Engineers, Inc., presented during the span of three days, on various topics pertinent to the testing and analysis.

PDCA commends the Spring 2024 DFDTA class for its participation in this rigorous, professional development program.

Vancouver Hosts Annual Gathering of Geo-Professionals

Haley & Aldrich staff attendees at GeoCongress 2024 stand for a photo along Vancouver's scenic waterfront

GeoCongress is an annual educational program from the GeoInstitute of the American Society of Civil Engineers, PDCA supports this program as a cooperating organization. The 2024 event took place February 25-28 in Vancouver, BC, and attracted geo-professionals from around the globe, including several PDCA members who attended as presenters, exhibitors, sponsors, and general registrants.

Keller was an exhibitor and sponsor

J.D. Fields & Co. had a presence in the exhibit hall

Eustis Engineering displayed a poster

PDCA recognizes its members who attended GeoCongress 2024, thank you for advocating the driven pile before this large assembly of geo-professionals from around the world.

Exhibitors included: Fugro, GEOKON, GRL Engineers, Inc., ICE-International Construciton Equipment, J.D. Fields & Co., Inc., Junttan, Keller, Nucor Skyline, and Pile Dynamics, Inc.

Sponsors for GeoCongress 2024 included ICE, Keller, GeoSyntec, and Fugro.

Several other PDCA member companies had representatives in attendance, including Haley & Aldrich, Eustis Engineering, Shannon & Wilson, and many more.

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