Published: Jan 2000
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Earthwork engineering practices have been reasonably well defined since the early 1900s. Knowledge of the historical approach to solving subsurface soil problems can be gained by reviewing the writings of the pioneers of soil mechanics. Of particular interest are the writings of Karl Terzaghi, the father of modern soil mechanics. Application of Professor Terzaghi's attitude towards consulting engineering will result in a passion for earthwork engineering excellence. The authors have observed the practical application of earthwork engineering principles in a manner which provides quality earthwork projects at a reasonable cost.
earthworks, engineering, subsurface soil problems
President, Geo-Environmental Consultants, Inc., Charlotte, NC
Senior Principal, Geo-Environmental Consultants, Inc., Charlotte, NC