DFI's 40th Annual Conference on Deep Foundations

Oakland, California, USA, october 12-15, 2015.

DFI's 40th Annual Conference on Deep Foundations is the landmark event for industry professionals from across the globe to gather and share experiences, exchange ideas and learn the current state-of-the-practice from various disciplines.
Engineers, contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, owners, government agencies and academicians will meet in Oakland to attend informative technical sessions, learn more about the latest innovations in deep foundations technology in the Exhibit Hall and much more. We look forward to meeting you in Oakland! Jean Lutz America – Booth 622.






System Vision: At the heart of construction site

Jean Lutz Company has extended its range in Geotechnical Instrumentation with a new software for remote monitoring, System Vision. Resulting from many years of experience, System Vision provides access to device data in real time, and allows sharing of information with operators on the ground.









The New Safe Confinement (NSC) for Chernobyl, Ukraine.

On behalf of the European consortium Novarka, Jean Lutz SA has been involved in the construction of the new Chernobyl shelter. Our Mission: to provide the instrumentation for the implementation of the piles that support the tracks on which will slide this monumental work.

The challenges of the Chernobyl site
On 26 April 1986, reactor No. 4 of the Tchnernobyl nuclear plant on the borders of Ukraine and Belarus, explodes...





The new Panama Canal

The Panama Canal links in 77 km the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean, it was one of the most difficult engineering projects ever undertaken.

Traveled in 5 to 9 hours, it has changed the maritime trade by providing a 13 0000 km shortcut! (At the time the ships had to sail around Cape Horn all the way down to the southern tip of South America.) Large-scale work, launched 6 years ago, will greatly expand its capabilities. The company Jean Lutz is not totally unknown there...