The 2018-2019 DFI Traveling Lecturer, John R. Wolosick, P.E., D.GE, F.ASCE, director of engineering at Hayward Baker Inc. and past president of DFI, is scheduled to speak at several upcoming events.
The DFI Traveling Lecturer is a prominent industry expert selected annually to travel and present a series of lectures to university students, professional groups and industry associations. The program promotes the field of geotechnical engineering and deep foundation construction by encouraging students to explore a career in the deep foundations industry, providing information on topics of interest to members of the industry, and raising awareness of how DFI and its activities support the industry.
Upcoming lectures include:
ASCE Geo-Institute Graduate Student Chapter at University of Texas, Austin
Micropile Foundations for Spallation Neutron Source (SNS), Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee
February 8, 2019
DFI-ASCE Pittsburgh Section
Foundation Remediation Using Micropiles and Low Mobility Grouting (LMG) at Sandy Cove Condominium, Barbados
February 28, 2019
GeoCarolinas Chapter of the Geo-Institute
Stabilization Work from Normandy Beach in France at Pointe du Hoc
March 4-5, 2019
ASCE IL Section Geo-Institute
Repair of National Corvette Museum Sinkhole Using Micropiles, Bowling Green, Kentucky
March 12, 2019
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign DFI Student Chapter
March 13, 2019
Wolosick has already delivered the lecture, Stabilization of the Bluffs at Pointe du Hoc, Normandy, France, to a group of industry professionals hosted by Isherwood Geostructural Engineers in Burlington, ON, Canada, and at the University of Arkansas Department of Civil Engineering.
Visit Upcoming Events on the DFI website for more information and to register for these lectures.
Learn more about the Traveling Lecturer program and how to request the DFI Traveling Lecturer to speak to your association, group or event in the future.