|Registration Is Open for the ISM 15th International Workshop on Micropiles|
January 4, 2023, Eighty Four PA:
Registration is open for The International Society for Micropiles (ISM) 15th International Workshop on Micropiles on May 31 – June 2, 2023, at The Sebastian in Vail, Colorado.
The theme of the workshop is Taking Micropiles to New Heights.
The workshop provides an opportunity for attendees to meet, present and exchange data, and share experiences and developments on a relatively informal basis. The workshop includes technical presentations covering states of practice; advancements of micropile construction, materials, research and development; and educational/promotional activities.
“The ISM Steering Committee and Workshop Organizing Committee are excited to be hosting the 15th workshop in-person in spectacular Vail, Colorado,” says Dan MacLean, P.Eng., of Keller Canada and chair of ISM. “Our last workshop was in 2019 so we are expecting an enthusiastic gathering of ISM delegates and micropile experts.”
The Workshop also features the 11th Lizzi Lecture being presented by J. Erik Loehr, Ph.D., P.E., the 9th Lizzi Scholarship and the 4th World Cup of Micropiles.
The technical program chair is Ty Jahn, P.E., Condon-Johnson Associates.
Sponsorship opportunities are available for the workshop. It’s an opportunity to “heighten” the exposure for your company, products and services before, during and after the workshop — and demonstrate your leadership in the development, advancement and promotion of micropile technology.
The International Society for Micropiles (ISM) is a consortium of international representatives involved in the design, construction, research/development and instruction/promotion of micropile technology. ISM provides an international forum for debate, advice, problem-solving and support to micropile specialists and nonspecialists throughout the world. Members of the Society can actively seek advice and experience from other members within this international group. ISM aims to be respected internationally as the preeminent center of knowledge for the development, advancement and promotion of micropile technology.