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Unique insight into development of tensile stresses in geomaterials

September 7 2019
Dr Ian Murray discusses his doctoral research efforts recently published in Geótechnique The primary focus of the research paper was to identify experimentally the failure mechanism for clay-based soils...

Just an analyst?…

June 30 2019
Why are management roles promoted within the engineering industry rather than analytical roles? Becoming chartered as an engineer to any of the governing engineering councils is no mean trick....

Growing Chinese influence…..in ground engineering

May 10 2019
Commending the technical excellence of Chinese researchers Off the back of reading two fantastic papers in this month’s Géotechnique regarding deep cement-mixed clay (1) and defective jet-grouted cut-off walls...
One of the industry’s most innovative sectors delivers again

One of the industry’s most innovative sectors delivers again

February 20 2019
Two new publications show that the temporary works sector is current, relevant and continuing to innovate OK this blog post is a little bit premature as we haven’t had...
Outsourcing, the right way…

Outsourcing, the right way…

February 20 2019
Welcoming the government’s new playbook The German economy is rightly lauded for its power and sustained levels of stable growth. The manufacturing sector in particular employs over 15% of...
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