– Flexible Solutions for Debris Flows and Shallow Landslides – Providing this month’s first article for theGeotechnica is Tony Bailey, Project Manager at Geobrugg AG. In this excellent case study, Tony discusses flexible solutions for debris flows and shallow landslides.
– AGS & BDA Task Force Provide Initial Survey Feedback – A survey of the UK ground investigation industry was conducted in July and August 2016. The results are being assessed by the joint AGS and BDA Task Force, and will be published over the next few months. Opportunities for comment and further discussion will be provided subsequently. This notice gives initial feedback on the Survey.
– Yallem Piles into Dorset Biomass Plant – Providing the third entry into this month’s issue of theGeotechnica are first-time contributors Yallem. In their debut article, Yallem reveal details of their latest piling project at a Dorset-based Biomass Plant, featuring spacial challenges and variable ground conditions.
– Tentatively Identified Compounds (TICs) explained and why ask for them? – Providing the final article for Issue 55 of theGeotechnica is David Bowen of Terra Tek. David is a Senior Chemistry Supervisor at Terra Tek’s Birmingham Laboratory. In this in-depth article David focuses on Tentatively Identified Compounds, explaining exactly what they are, how you test for them and what happens if you find them.
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