The NHBC have produced some useful guidance on engineered fills – we were on the industrial liaison panel.
The most common question we get asked is why use cone penetration testing (CPT) instead of intrusive investigations?
Dr Ian Murray discusses his doctoral research efforts recently published in Geótechnique.
Why are management roles promoted within the engineering industry rather than analytical ones?
Commending the technical excellence of Chinese geotechnical researchers off the back of reading two fantastic papers in this month’s Géotechnique.
Two new publications show that the temporary works sector is current, relevant and continuing to innovate.
Welcoming the government’s new outsourcing playbook.
On modification of fills in the residential construction sector.
In these, divided times, unity in Katowice.
Tragic Italian bridge collapse points to broader problems in infrastructure asset management.