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Three Key Geotechnical Takeaways from Rankine Lecture


A super contribution from a great practitioner We didn’t have the pleasure of attending this year’s lecture1) but caught the live stream. Dr. O’Riordan certainly had some big shoes to fill following a super treatise last year from Prof. Alonso but ably stepped in with a great discourse on dynamic soil structure interaction. There had […]

Becoming a Data Driven Consulting Firm


In an era of ubiquitous technology, are engineers using their data well? At the time of writing, data, or rather the protection thereof, is very topical. Facebook’s share price has fallen a full 12% in the last few days (around 9.5% year-to-date) on the news of an alleged surreptitious data breach which has both British […]

Ground Engineering Solutions – Consulting in Numbers


GES in numbers…. We thought it would be cool to try to distill our experience in to a pie chart and numbers!

Looking at the Strength of Cement Stabilised Soil Differently


We read with great interest the paper by Liu et al. in April’s issue of Geotechnique (see here). The paper examines the determination of representative strength of deep cement-mixed clay from cores extracted from improved ground. We’re in the process of writing up a couple of case studies based around the same topic and we […]

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