Join more than 100 geotechnical practitioners in Dallas for this regional event. Attendees will earn 14 professional development hours (pdh) over two full days while learning the latest developments in geosynthetics materials and the best practices for designing with geosynthetics all under the conference theme: Geosynthetics in Transportation and Environmental Applications.
This conference is co-located with the IFAI Expo and CAMX, the Composites and Advanced Materials Expo. GeoDallas attendees will be given three days of complimentary access to this combined show floor which includes the Geosynthetics Pavilion. GeoDallas is supported by Geosynthetics magazine, Geosynthetics Materials Association (GMA) and the Dallas Chapter of ASCE’s Geotechnical Institute.
The program features speakers from the FAA, TXDOT, US Army Corp of Engineers, as well as University of Texas at Arlington, Louisiana Transportation Research Center and many more!
Advance registration pricing ends on September 17th.
- Short courses
- Technical Lectures
- Plenary sessions
- Case study presentations
- Panel Discussions
- Complimentary access to more than 800 exhibitors on the combined IFAI Expo and CAMX tradeshow floors
GMA is a division of the Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI) and provides engineering support, business development opportunities, educational programming, government relations expertise and industry recognition. GMA influences specifications and lobbies on behalf of member companies. GMA targets key U.S. states to expand the geosynthetics market.
IFAI Expo is the premier industrial fabrics expo for new and innovative products, as well as education and networking with experts and influential industry leaders. IFAI Expo is produced by the Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI).
CAMX is North America’s go-to composites event for products, solutions, networking and advanced industry thinking. The Composites and Advance Materials Expo, co-produced by the American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA) and the Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE) has seen substantial growth since its launch in 2014.