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Anglo American’s Grosvenor project has reached a tunnelling milestone after completing the people and equipment tunnel for a new underground mine near Moranbah in the Bowen Basin, Australia.
With the government’s new MSc funding system set to make access to postgraduate education easier, what more can industry do to tackle the impending skills shortage?
Loch Lomond may be a beautiful spot for a holiday but carrying out a ground investigation on a major road along the shores of the loch presented some engineering challenges.
Floodwater stranded residents of one Somerset village for almost three months at the start of 2014 but recent highway work means that problem should be a thing of the past.
What are claimed to be some of the longest ground anchors installed in the UK are helping improve flood protection in Great Yarmouth.
The challenges of geotechnical investigations for ports and harbours requires specialist input, not simply a transfer of land-based techniques to the marine environment.
Post Office Railway tunnels, underground services and old basements necessitated a flexible approach to the Rathbone Square development in central London.
Offering best practice insight and innovative strategies to help you deliver accurate monitoring on projects or assets, GE’s annual Instrumentation and Monitoring Conference is essential for anyone involved in the industry.
Improved seismic cone penetration testing should bring even more benefits to rail site investigations, says Chris Dimelow, projects manager for Lankelma.
GE’s annual slopes conference tackled the core issues currently facing the industry, with a focus on the key criteria required to improve slope stability and resilience of geotechnical assets.
Early contractor involvement has helped improve the management of ground risk on section 3 of the Heads of the Valleys project in south Wales.
The archaeological excavation of the eastern entrance of Liverpool Street Crossrail station, which begins in March, will see around 3,000 skeletons unearthed at the site.
Ground Engineering is the leading magazine for the UK geotechnics industry providing information on new and practical aspects of geotechnics, engineering geology and geo-environmental engineering.
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Editor Claire Smith is a geotechnical engineer with 14 years' experience as a construction journalist. To get in contact, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3033 2818 and follow her on Twitter @ClaireS_GE