Announcing GeoU ATX 2020, April 7 – 10, 2020

April 7 – 10, 2020
GeoU ATX 2020
Location: Austin, TX

INAUGURAL GEOU EVENT IN AUSTIN, TX

GeoU 2020 co-locates five high-level geosynthetics short courses, four certifications, and three networking events to provide maximum professional impact. The event takes place 7 – 10 April 2020 at the Sonesta Bee Cave Austin Hotel in Austin, Texas.

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GEOU 2020 COURSES & SCHEDULE

MEET THE TEACHER RECEPTION
April 7 (5:00–7:00 pm, Reception included with paid Registration)

CONCURRENT COURSES
April 8–9

  • QA/QC of Geosynthetic and Compacted Clay Lining Systems
    $850 Commercial, $350 Government
    GCI-ICP Certification Offered April 10. Requires additional fee and pre-registration with Geosynthetic Institute.
  • Landfill Design Considerations in the Age of Sustainable Development
    $850 Commercial, $350 Government
    Optional certification included (April 10)
  • Geosynthetic Reinforced Soil Structure Design and Construction (Slopes Walls Roads)
    $850 Commercial, $350 Government
    Optional certification included (April 10)
  • Geosynthetics in Stormwater Controls and Hydraulic Engineering
    $850 Commercial, $350 Government
    Optional certification included (April 10)

April 10 Half-Day Course

STAY AT THE EVENT VENUE!

Sonesta Bee Cave Austin Hotel
12525 Bee Cave Parkway
Austin, TX 78738
+1 512 483 5902
Room Discount Code: Geo-U 2020
RECEPTION APRIL 7

A special room block has been arranged at GeoU 2020 venue: the Sonesta Bee Cave Austin Hotel in the beautiful Hill Country. The Sonesta will be the site of the opening reception on the evening of April 7, all co-located short course activities on April 8 – 9, the April 9 Happy Hour, and the April 10 certification exams and marketing course.

For questions about GeoU ATX 2020, contact Taunya Allen at tallen@minervatri.com

Learn more at Geo-U.com

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