theGeotechnica – Issue No.10: April 2012

April 2012

– Innovative Technology Uses Electricity to Stabilise Slopes – A look at new slope stabilising technology currently being trialed.

– Lankelma launches New Zealand seismic cone testing device – A press release documenting Lankelma’s latest work in NZ.

– Part 3: What are the main options in NEC3 contracts? – The third in a series of articles explaining the NEC form of contract.

– Environmental Assessment of Ogoniland – Alcontrol’s Geraint Williams compiles an environmental assessment of Ogoniland.

– The LÖftstedt Review – common sense safety? – Independent safety consultant Emma Betts talks about refocusing health and safety.

– Shearbox Testing – Chris Wallace of Geolabs imparts his knowledge about shearbox testing, and what you need to know about it.

– Monitoring contractors’ guides to AGS data – A look at the problems that monitoring contractors face when producing AGS data.

 

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