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Another landslide on the A83 at Rest and Be Thankful in Scotland this morning has led Transport Scotland to reconvene the taskforce formed in 2012 to focus on the problem.
Offshore engineering will be the focus of Guy Houlsby’s Rankine Lecture in March, but selecting whether to discuss a practical or theoretical topic was not a straightforward choice.
Kingskerswell has waited more than 60 years for its bypass but it is now being fast-tracked and there are lots of ground engineering solutions to ensure congestion relief is delivered next year.
Appointing a contractor before gaining planning consent may be unusual but ground investigation is currently underway aims to ensure it is a smooth transaction for the Bank Station Capacity Upgrade
Universities need to be clearer about who they are trying to attract and what they are trying to achieve in order to resolve the current MSc problems.
Geotechnical risk needs to be integrated with overall project risk to be better managed, according to Paul Maliphant, who is the UK author of a new international report on the subject.
Publication of strike prices for renewable energy has opened up the possibility of a port construction boom in the UK. Jon Masters looks at the opportunities this presents.
Major ground stabilisation that will blend in with the environment sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? But that is exactly what a scheme in the Dorset town of Lyme Regis is aiming to deliver.
Recent foundations work has cleared the way for the historic St Joseph’s Gate building to gain a new lease of life as the latest London des-res.
Taking a partnering approach on a stormwater storage construction scheme has helped deliver £1M of savings for the client and created a smooth-running project
Construction of the longest passenger railway to be built in Britain for over a century has involved extensive ground treatment to stabilise abandoned coal mines in the Scottish Borders
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 email@example.com or call 020 3033 2818 and follow her on Twitter @ClaireS_GE