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PSPE Webinar | Ultra-Lightweight Foamed Glass Aggregate

January 19 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

Join PSPE for their first webinar of 2021!

Ultra-Lightweight Foamed Glass Aggregate: Applications and Case Studies

Ultra-Lightweight Foamed Glass Aggregate (UL-FGA) is a lightweight fill alternative (<15 pcf dry, bulk density) that is made from 100% recycled glass. UL-FGA is a safe and versatile material that can be used for load reduction over soft soils, structures, and utilities or as an insulation material. One half of this presentation will focus on application areas for UL-FGA and case studies related to State DOT projects, resiliency work, piers, parks, and building construction. The other half of this presentation will cover the engineering properties that should be considered when designing with foamed glass aggregate and how the product is manufactured.


  • 11:30-12:00 | Networking
  • 12:00 – 1:00 | Webinar Presentation
  • 1:00-1:30 | Q&A with Theresa

About the Presenter | Theresa Loux, PhD, PE

Theresa Loux is the Technical Director for Aero Aggregates of North America where her primary responsibilities include overseeing Aero’s research and development activities, technical documentation, engineering support, quality control program, and education and outreach efforts. Theresa brings to Aero over ten years of combined industry and academic experience. In the past, she has been involved in and managed a variety of civil, geotechnical, and geoenvironmental consulting and construction projects in the Mid-Atlantic United States. Additionally, Theresa has taught geotechnical and other civil engineering courses at Rowan, Drexel, Temple, and Bucknell Universities and is the current vice-chair of the Geo-Institute’s Delaware Valley Chapter.

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  • Member Fee: $20.00
  • Non-Member Fee: $30.00

Question? Contact Rose @ rose@wannerassoc.com or 717.441.6051


January 19
11:30 am - 1:30 pm




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