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La Société canadienne
de géotechnique
The Canadian
Geotechnical Society
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La Société canadienne de géotechnique
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The Canadian Geotechnical Society
Heritage Committee
About the Heritage Committee
The Heritage Committee provides a forum for stimulating, identifying and conserving information on important geotechnical projects in Canada from past years. The Committee will not itself undertake conservation or archiving activities. Its objective is to provide information, advice and encouragement for those who do.

The CGS Heritage Committee needs your historical archives.
For more information contact: Heinrich Heinz, Heritage@cgs.ca.
Executive Committee
The executive members of the Heritage Committee include:
Chair
Heinrich Heinz
Thurber Engineering, Calgary
Member
Mustapha Zergoun
Thurber Engineering, Vancouver
Member
Mason Ghafgazi
University of Toronto
Member
Suzanne Lacasse
Norwegian Geotechnical Institute, Sslo
Member
Lijun Deng
University of Alberta, Edmonton
Member
Jorn Landva
BGC Engineering, Halifax
Member
Fred Matich
MAJM Corporation Ltd.
Member
Jacques Locat
Université Laval, Québec
Member
Jim Graham
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg
Past Chair
David Cruden
University of Alberta, Edmonton


Activities  - Upcoming/Ongoing/Planned

The Heritage Committee plans to continue activities such as updating the “Lives Lived” section of the Heritage Archives, documenting the history of the various regional chapters, and documenting important case histories. New initiatives include organizing a list of Terzaghi, Peck and Casagrande’s contributions to Canadian Geotechnique, and working with the CGS in the reorganization of the Heritage Archives.

Notable Achievements

The history of some of the Vancouver, Edmonton and Calgary Sections has been compiled and published in CGS News. At the GeoVancover Conference in October of 2016, Committee Member Dr. Jacques Locat gave a keynote presentation on historic rock slides at Petit Champlain St. in Quebec City. The paper is available in the GeoVancouver proceedings.

National, US, and International Affiliations

EIC Heritage Site:

www.eic-ici.ca/history/

 

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Please contact the Heritage Committe at Heritage@cgs.ca, if you have any comments or suggestions.

For more information, visit the CGS Heritage Archives.
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