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  • Brettmann, T., & Amis, T. (2018) Innovative Pile Extraction Technique Of CFA Piles For The New Harbor Bridge Project, Proceedings of the DFI-EFFC International Conference on Deep Foundations and Ground Improvement

    Bohlen W. and Brettmann T. (2018) Innovative Riverbank Erosion Control Retaining Wall System For The Brazos River, Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Conference on Deep Foundations

    Vipulanandan, C., Vembu, K., Brettmann, T., & Gattu, V. (2018). Full-Scale Field Test Study of Skin Friction Development in Sand for ACIP Piles Under Compressive and Tensile Loading Conditions for Bridge Support. In IFCEE 2018 (pp. 363-374).

    Sutman, M., Olgun, G., Laloui, L., & Brettmann, T. (2017). Effect of End-Restraint Conditions on Energy Pile Behavior. In Geotechnical Frontiers 2017 (pp. 165-174).

    Brettmann T. (2015) A Low Headroom Solution, the Deep Foundation Institute Magazine, Nov/Dec 2015, pp. 91-94

    Brettmann T. (2015) Drilled Shafts Providing the Solid Support Needed for the Houston Ship Channel Bridge, Foundation Drilling Magazine, Feb/Mar 2019, pp. 34-45

    Brettmann T. (2015) Extracted ACIP Pile for the New Harbor Bridge, the Deep Foundation Institute Magazine, Sep/Oct 2018, pp. 97-99

    Brettmann T. (2015) Innovative Ground Improvement Solutions for ASTs on Soft Soils, Tank Storage Magazine, March/April 2015, pp. 129-130

    Brettmann T., Leary J., Endley S., and Valluru S. (2015) Comparison Of Load Test Results Between ACIP Piles Installed In Sand In Pre-Drilled Holes Versus Conventional Installation, Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the Deep Foundations Institute, Oakland, CA, October 2015

    Loveridge, F. A., Olgun, C. G., Brettmann, T., & Powrie, W. (2015). Group Thermal Response Testing for Energy Piles.

    Brettmann, T., & Amis, T. (2011). Thermal Conductivity Evaluation of a Pile Group Using Geothermal Energy Piles. In Geo-Frontiers 2011: Advances in Geotechnical Engineering (pp. 499-508).

    Brettmann, T., Amis, T., & Kapps, M. (2010, May). Thermal Conductivity Analysis of Geothermal Energy Piles. In Proceedings of the 2010 Geotechnical Challenges in Urban Regeneration Conference, London, UK (pp. 26-28).

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T.E.A.M.

  • Time The time importance and its impact on project schedules is fully appreciated by the RBM team. It is our strong believe that time-efficiency can be achieved by effective communication among the project stakeholders engaged in the design, analysis, optimization, construction, and testing. Therefore, we are committed to share our experiences to prevent project delays.
  • Applicability With active presence at industry-leading conferences, strong collaboration with technical committees, and partnership with universities, RBM identity the latest advancements and their applicability within our industry practice.
  • Expertise RBM is committed to provide superior expert consulting by workinbg with and partnering with, when necessary. Industry professionals and other disciplines to create a collaborative practice that widens the range of expertise available for our clients.
  • Management RBM team provides strong management to bond Time, Expertise, and Applicability. We strongly follow a collaborative and delegating management model. Our managers prefer to observe and assist rather than control and dictate. We believe everyone on our team can contribute to our success.

The result of the T.E.A.M. concept has proven valid and efficient outcomes throughout each project (written reports, technical memorandums, personal communications) so that RBM team can best support all clients' requests.

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