Mr. Frizzi has extensive geotechnical engineering and project management experience with particular emphasis on foundations for high-rise structures and deep excavations in urban areas on projects throughout the United States and Internationally. His areas of expertise include: engineering shallow and deep foundation systems; soft and hard rock treatment and excavation; surcharging of organic soils and loose sand; temporary and permanent lateral support systems; construction dewatering; waterfront structures; dams; cut and fill slope evaluation and design; geotechnical instrumentation and monitoring; and forensic investigations. He regularly prepares technical papers, and presents at technical lectures and seminars on these topics. In addition, he has served in leadership roles in planning seminars and presentations in the United States and abroad. He has obtained extensive field, office supervision, and project management experience including soil and rock sampling and in-situ testing; monitoring pre , during, and post-construction with state-of-the-art geotechnical instrumentation; nondestructive testing; aqueous and sub-aqueous inspections and investigations; and heavy construction field inspection which has contributed to his practical approach to geotechnical problem solving. Mr. Frizzi is a past president of the Deep Foundations Institute (DFI); a voting member of American Concrete Institute (ACI) committees 318F (Foundations), 336 (Footings, Mats, and Drilled Piers), and 543 (Concrete Piles); a member of the Moles (a fraternal organization of individuals involved in the heavy construction industry); and a Diplomate, Geotechnical Engineering of The Academy of Geo-Professionals.
Friday, April 26
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM