Dewatering and Depressurization

Itasca is experienced in estimating the dewatering needs of a construction site or mine to temporarily lower groundwater levels below the natural groundwater level, in all seasons, to provide for safe excavation construction and working environment during operations. Itasca also predicts dewatering rates, performing numerical modeling to estimate dewatering and to design and optimize the dewatering and water-disposal systems, drain holes, and monitoring wells for tunnels, caverns, foundations, and construction sites.

Latest News
  • 3DEC 7 is officially released! Enhanced user interface with new automated block and zone generation tools, and new structural elements....
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  • Open Pit Dewatering: Dewater, Derisk, Deliver Learn more about developing an effective strategy for open pit dewatering and avoiding common pitfalls...
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  • Tutorial Series: Analyzing a Homogeneous Embankment Dam using FLAC 8.1 This is a three part tutorial series to calculate the total and effective stresses and...
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71st Highway Geology Symposium
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