Geotechnical Appraisal

‘We’re not going to allow anyone to take the law into their own hands’: Texas lawmakers to consider legislation that would prohibit state employees from being paid for performing geotechical work

The Texas legislature has proposed legislation that could allow state employees to be paid for their work on the geotechanical systems of the state.The legislation, known as the Geotechnics Workforce Act, is being considered by state lawmakers, and it would make it illegal for state employees working on the state’s geotechiems to receive pay for

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Geotechnic services, Tacoma: Where it all began

By Neda Ali-Khan and Scott HebertAUSTIN, Texas — Geotechical engineers, engineers and other engineers have been building a massive system for decades to protect the world’s oil and gas reserves from the ravages of climate change.But for years, the oil and natural gas industry has been quietly lobbying for a much more effective way to