Webinar: Sustainable Monitoring for Environmental Projects

How to effectively monitor tunnel construction projects using TBMs through sustainable LoRa technologies



Tyree Williams

Sales Manager, Specto

Tyree Williams is the Sales Manager for Specto Technology based in Linden, New Jersey. A civil engineer by trade, Tyree has 10 years of consulting and project management experience on some of the largest projects in the New York City Metro area. Working on projects such as the East Side Access Tunnel, the World Trade Center, The Citibank US Headquarters has exposed him to many geotechnical and structural instrumentation utilizations. Through experience, he has developed the skills to provide efficient, effective solutions for all geotechnical and structural monitoring applications.

Tamara Maxwell

Geoscience Engineer, Worldsensing

Denver-based Tamara Maxwell has over 14 years experience leading engineering projects and sales for a leading oilfield services company. She started her career as a geophysical logging engineer and later on became an analyst and manager for the geoscience team, specializing in geomechanicsal studies. In that time, she gained an extensive amount of knowledge in borehole instrumentation and measurements. She now uses the knowledge she gained to lead technical sales for Worldsensing in North America.

Kelsey Kidd

Geologist & Geophysicist, Worldsensing

Kelsey Kidd has more than a decade’s worth of geotechnical, geophysical and geological experience, specializing in oil and gas services with companies such as Fairfield Geotechnologies and drilling firm Nomac Services. Her background is in geology and geophysics and she has worked along highly technical experts for most of her career. In addition to starting her own company in Oil and Gas, Kelsey has become passionate about improving safety and reducing costs in construction, mining, infrastructure and rail projects across the US. What Kelsey enjoys most about her position is the opportunity to meet new people and work closely with them to come up with a tailored solution for their needs.

Learn about sustainable tunnel construction monitoring. Join the live discussion with experts from Worldsensing and Specto.

  • Sustainable monitoring: hydrological (i.e. control of wastewater overflow), geotechnical and geospatial methods in and around a tunnel project using a TBM with precast segments.
  • IoT remote monitoring for the Northeast Boundary Tunnel (NEBT) tunnel in Washington D.C., the third and largest component of the Clean Rivers Project designed to reduce the stormwater overflow into the Anacostia River.
  • Potential impact of the US Infrastructure plan’s $2 trillion accelerated investment to build modern, sustainable infrastructure and deliver an equitable clean energy future to project monitoring.


Benefits for you and your business:

  • Accelerate ROI: Perform efficient monitoring with minimal environmental impact.
  • Leverage sustainable-by-design technology: Minimize waste by reusing and repurposing IoT monitoring devices throughout the project period.
  • Go greener: Drive corporate social responsibility and get involved in global sustainability initiatives.

Join in for a live Q&A session or simply sign up to get a copy of the webinar.


Duration 1 hour

June 3rd at 9am (PT) / 1pm (EDT) / 7pm (CET)

Upon request, a Training Certificate will be provided to those who attend the live webinar

In this webinar you can:

Get an overview of Loadsensing and Specto monitoring solutions.
Discover sustainable methods in tunnel construction monitoring.
See how the solution can be applied to your project.
Consult our experts about your monitoring challenges.