Reinforcement Geosynthetics


As reported by "There were a flurry of private equity deals yesterday as well as rumours that there may be imminent exits from portfolio companies. One source said that Electra Private Equity was in advanced negotiations to sell Tensar [International]. The source said that Tensar, which manufactures soil reinforcement and ground stabilisation products for the construction indu... »


Rolled erosion control products (RECPs), especially when combined with other technologies, are part of successful long-term solutions. Read Donna Gordon Blakinship's article from Erosion Control magazine. Learn more here.; »


Read NAUE News Issue 24 - June 2005 at the "continued" link below. Features include: 4th German Geosynthetics Colloquium review, national and international projects, articles: Long-term Service Lifetime of Bentofix® GCLs, and Secugrid® Reinforced Soils, as well as a schedule of shows and conferences. »

NEW Koerner’s Korner – Installment 7, April 15, 2005

Bob Koerner reports on the ASCE/PennDOT Conference in Hershey, Pennsylvania, the ESD Waste Conference in Lansing, Michigan. He then visits Tenax in Baltimore regarding geonets, followed by a trip to lecture at Tensar, and a visit with SKAPS. GCLs, White Paper #5, and the currently reviewed GCL Specification are also touched upon. »


Does the possibility exists for nanotechnology to enter the geosynthetics industry? CETCO thinks that geomembranes with significantly improved diffusion characteristics, higher strength geogrids, high-compression geonets, and even stronger plastic pipe products are possible with nanotechnology. They are wondering who agrees? »


Downley Consultants has merged with the Jason Consultants Group. James C. Thomson, Chairman of Jason Consultants International, announced today the sale of the Jason Consultants business to a group of Jason Consultants engineers and associates. »

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