News and Events - "Technical Papers Library"

Welcome to our newsroom! Here you will find the latest information about our company, projects and people. Browse articles published by our engineers and scientists in national publications and conference proceedings, view our press releases and read through news coverage of Terracon.

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Motivations of Program Partners for Environmental Sustainability and Persistence of Benefits

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Kentucky Lake Pipe Pile Load Test Program

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Evaluation of Simulation Models of Lateral Spread Sites Treated with Prefabricated Vertical Drains

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Handling Hazards: Environmental hazards like asbestos, PCBs and lead can change the complexion of a seemingly routine job.

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Building Envelope Strategy For a One-of-a-Kind Building Design

Scoobe-constructionWith a unique new design that includes an observatory dome 40 feet above the ground, half of its planetarium dome outside of the building, and multiple exterior cladding systems; some say the building looks like a spaceship.

The original San Antonio College Planetarium opened as part of the Alamo College System in 1961 and has entertained and educated more than 2 million people. The facility was rededicated in 1994 as the Scobee Planetarium to honor NASA astronaut and former San Antonio College student, Francis R. Scobee, who served as commander of the Space Shuttle Challenger’s tragic final flight in 1986. Complete story found here.


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Are you concerned about 1/8 of an inch?

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Superficial fairy rings: Earthen dam and levee engineers and inspectors should be aware of these false indicators of seepage


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Terracon Delivers Success to Florida Communities


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The Proper Role of the Geotechnical Engineer

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Landslide Stabilization along the Ohio River Using Cantilevered Stub Piers