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theGeotechnica – Issue No.60 August 2017

August 2017

– How Geotechnical BIM Can Lead to Better Engineering – In the first entry into this month’s issue of theGeotechnica, geotechnical data specialists Keynetix examine the importance of Geotechnical BIM and the value it can hold.

– Calling for Clarity: CSCS Card Confusion – Following changes made to their carding scheme, BDA Members are calling upon CSCS to end confusion regarding non-construction related staff being granted access to sites. Since the changes came into place, non-construction personnel have been denied access to sites across the country due to not having a relevant CSCS card.

– Geotechnica 2017 Conference Review: 2020 Vision for the Geotechnical Industry – The following article is an overview of the content and discussions had at the geotechnical conference portion of Geotechnica 2017 – the UK’s largest geotechnical conference and exhibition. The presentation slides from the event can be found on the Geotechnica 2017 website here.

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theGeotechnica – Issue No.59 June 2017

June 2017

– The new Land Drilling NVQ: Everything you need to know – In the first entry into this month’s issue of theGeotechnica, we take a look at the new Land Drilling NVQ that has recently been developed, including a new Level 3 qualification.

– A guide to UXO Good Practice – Writing for theGeotechnica this month are UXO experts, Dynasafe BACTEC. Business Development Manager Philip Norville offers this month’s readers an in-depth guide to good practice with regards to unexploded ordnance.

– Geotechnica 2017: Full Event Programme Preview – With only 2 weeks remaining until the UK’s largest geotechnical conference and exhibition, we have an exclusive first-look at this year’s full Event Programme including the full exhibitor listings and conference line-up.

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theGeotechnica – Issue No.52 August 2016

August 2016

– Aarsleff Awarded Foundation Contract for Newark Wind Farm – Providing an update on recent contract works are Aarsleff, one of theGeotechnica’s valued regular contributors. In this month’s issue Aarselff reveal details of a foundations contract at a new wind farm coming to Newark.

– Geotechnica 2016 – Conference Review – July 6th and 7th saw Geotechnica 2016 make it’s first appearance in the prestigious surroundings of Brunel University, London. The University, which takes its name from one of the world’s greatest and respected engineers Isambard Kingdom Brunel, is home to some of the UK’s brightest and best civil and structural engineering minds. However, 2016 saw geotechnical engineering brought to the forefront of the University’s attention, as they invited Equipe to hold Geotechnica at the University in order to help launch their brand new Master’s Degree in Geotechnical Engineering. In this issue of theGeotechnica, we review the conference content of this year’s Geotechnica and examine the excellent presentations given this year’s stellar event.

– Tarmac Analysis incorporating Chromatographic Interpretations – Providing the following article for theGeotechnica is David Bowen of Terra Tek. David is a Senior Chemistry Supervisor at Terra Tek’s Birmingham Laboratory. In this excellent case study, David provides an in-depth look at tarmac analysis.

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theGeotechnica – Issue No.51 June 2016

June 2016

– Investment in Individuals – In this month’s issue of theGeotechnica, we take a closer look at The Geotechnical Academy – a shared learning experienced devised and delivered as a collaborative effort by Geotechnical Engineering and Equipe Training. The Geotechnical Academy will be providing taster sessions at Geotechnica 2016 – to register to attend this year’s biggest dedicated geotechnical conference and exhibition, click here.

– Challenging the Perception of Precast Piles – Providing an in-depth insight into precast piles are Aarsleff, one of theGeotechnica’s valued regular contributors and also one of the UK’s leading piling contractors. Although widely used in Europe and beyond, precast piles are only just starting to land in the UK.

– Geotechnica 2016 – Why should you be there? – In this issue of theGeotechnica, we look forward to this year’s Geotechnica and outline exactly why you should be attending 2016’s event. Whether it is to attend the always excellently received conference featuring high profile speakers such as Professors Eddie Bromhead and Iain Stewart; discover the latest product developments and innovations; meet prospective clients, contractors and suppliers, or to catch up with friends new and old – Geotechnica offers something for everyone.

– Using Water Safely and Legally – Providing the fifth in a series of pieces for theGeotechnica is Liz Withington, Senior Manager at Geotechnical Engineering Ltd. The safe and legal use of water on geotechnical sites is the subject of Liz’s latest advisory pieces.

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theGeotechnica – Issue No.44 September 2015

September 2015

– Aarsleff Awarded Mersey Gateway Sections – Precast Solution for Bridge Abutments & Piers – Writing for theGeotechnica this month is Debbie Darling of Jooce Marketing & PR on behalf of Aarsleff. This month Debbie reveals details of Aarsleff’s recent success in securing the contract for piling works on the upcoming Mersey Gateway project.

– Asbestos in soil – respirable fibres in respirable dust – the missing link for risk assessment – Writing for theGeotechnica this month is Hazel Davidson of Derwentside Environmental Testing Services. In this excellently informative article, Hazel reveals details of DETS new testing procedure for identifying asbestos in soil.

– Improving Geotechnical Laboratory Services – Elizabeth Withington, Senior Geotechnical Engineer and Senior Manager, and Wendy Jones Senior Engineering Geologist and IT Software Manager provide details of Geotechnical Engineering’s recent adoption of laboratory data management system – KeyLAB2.

– Geotechnica 2015 – The Conference Review – Providing an in-depth look at the Geotechnical Conference from this year’s Geotechnica is Calum Spires of the Equipe Group. This article will also provide links to the PowerPoint presentations from each talk.

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theGeotechnica – Issue No.42 July 2015

July 2015

– Casagrande UK to launch NEW C5XP drilling rig at Geotechnica 2015 – Ahead of Geotechnica 2015 we have a press release from Gold Sponsors Casagrande UK on the new C5XP, scheduled to be launched at Geotechnica 2015

– KeyLogbook Version 3 Release at Geotechnica 2015 – An exciting update from the Equipe Group sees the announcement of KeyLogbook Version 3’s unveiling at Geotechnica 2015. With a number of new features and improvements, Version 3 of the digital logging software looks to be the best yet.

– Rockbit uk – New Products for 2015 – A brief overview of the exciting new features set to be on display for Rockbit uk at next week’s Geotechnica 2015 show, including two new rigs and a new mud magnet, plus dewatering bag.

– Geotechnica 2015 – Full Event Programme – The full Event Programme for the return of the UK’s largest geotechnical conference and exhibition, taking place on the 8th and 9th of July at the Warwickshire Exhibition Centre. Provides the full conference line-up, as well as the full listings for the exhibition.

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