Join us for the third Nooner of the 2018-2019 season! Mathew Schultz from Keller Foundations will be presenting on how Keller selected their pile types for two different projects based on the soil conditions unique to each one.
Our Nooners include the buffet lunch at the Park Town and free parking (just register at the front desk).
Lunch starts at 12, with presentation to follow at ~12:30 pm.
We greatly appreciate all ticket orders made three days in advance of the Nooner (including for those using corporate sponsor vouchers), so we can let the venue know how many people we expect. Please take advantage of our early bird pricing, which we offer up until 3 days before the event!
This presentation will look at the pile selection for two projects, the GrainsConnect Maymont (2016) and GrainsConnect Reford (2017) Terminals. The presentation will describe why continuous flight augering (CFA) piles were chosen for GrainsConnect Maymont and why the pile design was changed to belled cast-in-place (CIP) piles for Reford. Construction difficulties and advantages of CFA vs CIP will be covered as well. Load tests were completed at each project to enhance pile design.
Mathew Schultz, EIT PMP. BSc Biochem 2012. BSc Eng Chemical Engineering 2013. PMP 2017. MBA candidate 2018. Mathew worked as field operator for North American Caisson during University. He started as Project Manager in 2012. Upon completing engineering, he worked as Environmental Engineer for 16 months at PCS Lanigan filling a mat leave contract. He then moved to Calgary and worked with Banner Environmental Engineering until April 2016, when he returned to Keller Foundations where he has been since.