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11/2/2017
When: November 2, 2017
6:30 PM
Where: Bavarian Bierhaus - Meeting Room
121 Opry Mills Dr Ste 315
Nashville, Tennessee  37215
United States
Contact: Section Chairman Michael Arles
615-736-7891

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Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists
Nashville Chapter
1st Meeting Announcement

Thursday, November 2, 2017 – AEG Nashville Chapter Inaugural Meeting


Topic: ROCKSLIDE MECHANICS AT HOWARD CEMETERY, LOYALL, KY: GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION AND CONCLUSIONS

Time: 6:30 – Dinner/Refreshments, 7:15 -Business Meeting, 7:30 – Speaker, 7:50 - Questions

Place:
Bavarian Bierhaus –Meeting Room, 121 Opry Mills Drive, Suite 315, Nashville, TN 37215 Phone: (615) 238-0687 http://www.bierhausnashville.com

RSVP
: Required if you would like to eat. RSVP to Section Chairman Michael Arles at marlesAEGNashville@gmail.com or call (615) 736-7891

Cost:
Moderately priced menu.
Everyone is Welcome. Please consider joining AEG if you are not already a member. AEG Student Membership is now free. Please follow this link: http://www.aegweb.org and click on the orange membership tab if you are interested in becoming a member of AEG.

Speaker:
A. Bruce Rogers, P.G., USACE - Nashville District

Abstract:
A rock slope at the edge of the Wix Howard Cemetery located in Loyall, Kentucky, began failing in February of 2016. The site geology is located within the Hance Formation, a massive siltstone of Pennsylvanian age. The slide endangers a portion of the cemetery and the adjacent flood control channel constructed by the USACE Nashville District in the late 1990s.
During the summer of 2016, slide failure progressed and threatened the graves of a Revolutionary War Veteran, Samuel Howard and members of his family. These graves were relocated in November of 2016. A geotechnical investigation was performed in early 2017 and the design of the slope remediation is nearing completion. LiDAR aerial mapping, field investigations and analysis of subsurface data has provided an accurate insight to the mechanics of the slide.

About the Speaker:
A. Bruce Rogers, is a registered professional geologist in Kentucky, Virginia and Illinois with over 25 years of experience within the geotechnical, mining and environmental engineering industries. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in geology from Eastern Kentucky University, with completed graduate studies in hydrogeology at Eastern, Western Kentucky University and the University of Kentucky. After serving as Chief Geologist in the consulting engineering industry since 1993, he joined the Nashville District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 2016. Projects completed include performing geotechnical investigations, slope analysis, mine subsidence planning and hydrogeologic investigations. He has also performed expert witness services in the areas of environmental and mining geology in Kentucky, Virginia and West Virginia.

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

From Downtown Nashville
Go east on US 70/Lebanon Pike, take Briley Parkway/TN-155 north toward Opryland, take Opry Mills Drive Exit 11, Bavarian Bierhaus is 0.5 miles on right.
From I-40
Take Exit 215 Briley Parkway/TN-155 North toward Opryland, take Opry Mills Drive Exit 11, Bavarian Bierhaus is 0.5 miles on right.
From I-65
Take Exit 95-B onto Briley Parkway/TN-155 East toward Opryland, take Opry Mills Drive Exit 11, Bavarian Bierhaus is 0.3 miles on right.

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