January 7-11, 2018
Washington, D.C.
TRB 97th Annual Meeting
171

Geoenvironmental Aspects of Design, Permitting, and Construction of Transportation Infrastructure

Sunday, January 07, 2018, 1:30 PM-4:30 PM, Convention Center
Ming Zhu, WatershedGeo; Cyrus Parker, North Carolina Department of Transportation; Lin Li, Jackson State University, presiding
Sponsored by Standing Committee on Geo-Environmental Processes; and Standing Committee on Resource Conservation and Recovery

The workshop provides a platform for regulators, researchers, consultants, contractors, and manufacturers to discuss traditional and emerging geoenvironmental issues related to transportation infrastructure. Examined are geoenvironmental permitting, environmental remediation, beneficial reuse of recycled materials and coal combustion byproducts, and bioengineering and biogeotechnics research and applications.

Greenville’s Tenth Street Connector and the Environmental Challenges of an Urban Transportation Project
Cyrus Parker, North Carolina Department of Transportation

This presentation will be part of the Session 1 of the workshop:

"Environmental Regulations, Impact Assessment, and Site Remediation"

Streamline reuse of low-level contaminated media using a Virginia DEQ reuse variance
David Wilson, Virginia Department of Transportation

This presentation will be part of Session 1 of the workshop:

"Environmental Regulations, Impact Assessment, and Site Remediation"

Managing remediation projects
Eric Schmidley, AECOM

This presentation will be part of the Session 1 of the workshop:

"Environmental Regulations, Impact Assessment, and Site Remediation"

A case study of transportation project dealing with regulations, impact assessment, and/or remediation
Ming Zhu, WatershedGeo

This presentation will be part of the Session 1 of the workshop:

"Environmental Regulations, Impact Assessment, and Site Remediation"

Beneficial use of recycled materials for transportation infrastructure construction – past and ongoing researches
Tuncer Edil, University of Wisconsin, Madison

This presentation will be part of the Session 2 of the workshop:

"Design and Construction Using Recycled Materials and Environmental-Friendly Technologies"

DOT’s perspective on the use of recycled materials
Christopher Peoples, North Carolina Department of Transportation

This presentation will be part of the Session 2 of the workshop:

"Design and Construction Using Recycled Materials and Environmental-Friendly Technologies"

Engineering practice of using recycled materials for transportation projects
Cyrus Parker, North Carolina Department of Transportation

This presentation will be part of Session 2 of the workshop:

"Design and Construction Using Recycled Materials and Environmental-Friendly Technologies"

New environmental-friendly ground improvement technologies
Lin Li, Jackson State University

This presentation will be part of the Session 2 of the workshop:

"Design and Construction Using Recycled Materials and Environmental-Friendly Technologies"