Charity Work

theGeotechnica – Issue No.58 May 2017

May 2017

– Exciting speaker line-up confirmed for industry’s largest dedicated conference and exhibition – In the first entry into this month’s issue of theGeotechnica, the Geotechnica 2017 team unveil the keynote speakers for this year’s conference, titled – The Ground Investigation Industry: 2020 Vision.

– Uncovering the Hidden Benefits of Buying New Software – Writing for theGeotechnica this month are geotechnical data management specialists, Keynetix. This month Keynetix provide advice on the many hidden benefits of staying up-to-date with all of the very latest geotechnical software.

– Drilling community pulls together – The third entry into this month’s magazine is a charity appeal in aid of the Freeman Hospital Renal Unit – a cause close to the heart of a number of the UK’s cable percussion drillers following one loving driller’s sacrifice for the benefit of his wife.

– FPS Establishes Working Group to Investigate New Methods of Pile Integrity Testing – The Federation of Piling Specialists (FPS) has established a Working Group to evaluate the many new methods of indirect pile testing, to address concerns that exist over their over interpretation and ensure results are both robust and calibrated against each other and against existing direct testing methods. The final article in this month’s issue of theGeotechnica takes a closer look at the Working Group’s intentions.

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