Bryan Gee

Director of Education and Training

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Bryan Gee

Director of Education and Training

Bryan is the Director of Education and Training at Tensar International Corporation. He manages a comprehensive program to develop and improve the capabilities of Tensar team members, commercial partners, and customers.

Bryan is a licensed Professional Engineer. He received his B.S.E. and his M.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Duke University. He has published and presented numerous papers on geosynthetics and other engineering topics, and he is the engineer of record on more than 50 projects. Bryan currently serves as Chairman of the Geosynthetic Materials Association.

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Family

Lives with his wife Maureen in Lawrenceville, GA. Has five grown children and one grandchild.

Humorist

Was the humor columnist for his college newspaper for two years. Maintains a mental repertoire of uncommon words, literary and film references, old jokes, and obscure facts.

Authored by Bryan

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Innovation in the Road Construction Industry

The road construction industry has a long history of innovation. From the Romans paving the way for our modern road infrastructure to technological...
June 22 2021
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Stabilization vs. Reinforcement: What's the Difference?

The terms stabilization and reinforcement are often used interchangeably when discussing geogrids used for civil engineering applications. However,...
December 01 2020
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Evaluating Paved and Unpaved Road Design and Product Research

The mechanisms governing roadway performance are complex. Because roads are designed for long service lives under varying conditions, differences in...
October 26 2020
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Tensar's Engineering Scholarship Competition

At Tensar,our success depends onthe proper application of our productsby the engineers who design with them. So we decided to offer two $1,000...
April 16 2020
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TriAx Geogrid: Myth vs Fact

Even though Tensar Geogrid has undergone extensive, third-party testing and has been used globally for more than three decades, there are several...
March 30 2020
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Comparing Soil Stabilization Methods & Techniques

How do you repair soft soils? Many have a go to method for soil stabilization and assume its fastest or most cost-effective. But did you know that...
March 26 2020
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Geogrid Mechanisms Explained: Lateral Restraint & Bearing Capacity

In 2003, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers defined three primary mechanisms for how geogrids work to stabilize paved and unpaved roads. In an...
February 20 2020
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A Brief History of Tensar Geogrids

The 1970s marked a revolution in the construction of retaining structures and roads, with Tensars invention of polymeric geogrids.
December 30 2019
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FHWA Repeals Proprietary Products Rule, Paving the Way for Innovation

Increased construction costs and lack of funding have contributed to the poor condition of our nations roads. Using smart technologies that extend the...
October 11 2019
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Do You Consider Yourself Innovative?

Adopting proven, innovative technology is an easy way to raise the standards of our infrastructure while being more efficient with our budgets and...
June 21 2019
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What is DCP Testing? Benefits of Dynamic Cone Penetrometers

The Dynamic Cone Penetrometer, or DCP, is one of the most efficient and effective tools available for evaluating the strength of soils on site. It is...
June 12 2019
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Tensar TriAx Geogrid, as a Free-Draining Separation Barrier

The use of geogrids for stabilizing aggregate fill materialsis well documented. But geosynthetics may also provide a separation barrier between...
May 16 2019