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theGeotechnica – Issue No.56 February 2017

February 2017

– BAUER Mobilises Rigs for A19/A1058 Coast Road Piling Works – Providing this month’s first article for theGeotechnica are Bauer Technologies. Bauer have recently been awarded contract work for piling works for improvements to the A19/A1058 Junction in Newcastle and this month’s entry sees more details on the project provided.

– On the lookout for innovation at Geotechnica 2017 – With only 5 months remaining until Geotechnica 2017, the team behind the UK’s Largest Geotechnical Conference and Exhibition is scouring the country for potential new innovations to occupy demonstration slots at this year’s event.

– Here’s to a healthy, prosperous start to 2017 – The third article for this month’s issue of theGeotechnica comes from the Equipe Group. Here, Equipe take a look forward at what 2017 has in store for the geotechnical industry, and how the sector as a whole should be looking to build on the current levels of prosperity.

– Aarsleff Ground Engineering Win Piling and Beam Contract for “Cottier Grange” Residential Development – Providing the final entry into this month’s issue of theGeotechnica are Aarsleff Ground Engineering. In their most recent update, Aarsleff discuss their most recent project – piling and beam contract work for the first phase of a new 404-house residential development in Northumberland.

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theGeotechnica – Issue No.54 November 2016

November 2016

– Risk Management: The Utility Survey – Providing an insight into utility surveyance for theGeotechnica is Liz Withington, Senior Manager at Geotechnical Engineering Ltd. In this month’s article Liz examines the risks that buried services pose to construction activities and the role that utility surveys can play in avoiding them.

– Gold Sponsors confirmed for Geotechnica 2017 – As Geotechnica returns to the Warwickshire Exhibition Centre in 2017 for it’s eighth successive outing, theGeotechnica can exclusively reveal the Gold Sponsors for the event.

– The BDA Host Long Term Health & Wellbeing Seminar – The British Drilling Association (BDA) are looking to promote long term health and wellbeing as a priority to the geotechnical industry. The first step along this way is a seminar promoting awareness for the issue on November 16th 2016.

– The Value of Quality Investigations – In an interview initially conducted for the October issue of BUILD Magazine, Director Julian Lovell introduces the UK’s newest geotechnical specialist – S M Associates. In this interview Julian discusses the aims for the new company and how they aim to deliver the highest quality investigations for the UK GI industry.

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theGeotechnica – Issue No.8: February 2012

February 2012

– Borehole Surveying – A look at deviating boreholes and what technology is now available to prevent this.

– EC7 – An update on attachment progress – An insight into upcoming updates concerning EC7, and what you can have your say on.

– What is NEC? – The first in a series of articles explaining the NEC form of contract, and how it could be beneficial to you.

– Drilling Fluid Recycling – Improving Productivity – The third in a series on the use of drilling fluids.

– Ready for an uncertain forecast? – Tom Phillips gives his advice on the necessary safety measure when working in cold climates.

– Predictions for 2012 – Site Investigation – Roger Chandler makes his technology predictions for the upcoming year

 

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