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Three Key Geotechnical Takeaways from Rankine Lecture

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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

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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

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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

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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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