Mick George invests in ground improvementSubscription
Contractor Mick George has invested in a Wirtgen 250i S Pack to boost its ground stabilisation capabilities and meet growing industry demand.
Geoquip Marine adds to its geotechnical fleetSubscription
Offshore geotechnical engineering and drilling company Geoquip Marine has confirmed the addition of a DP2 Multi-Purpose Offshore Support vessel to its fleet.
First Smartroc D65 drill rig delivered to UKSubscription
Rock drilling specialist Epiroc (formerly Atlas Copco) has announced that the first of its Smartroc D65 drill rigs has been delivered in the UK.
Senceive’s Flatmesh wireless sensor system has received Network Rail acceptance to all its product range.
BSP to make an impact at BaumaSubscription
Piling hammer and ground improvement equipment specialist BSP has said that it is to launch new impact compaction equipment at this year’s Bauma construction equipment exhibition, which is due to take place in Munich, Germany from 8 to 13 April.
Cold condition performanceSubscription
The British Antarctic Survey (BAS) is putting two Robertson Geo winches to the ultimate test by using them for down hole instrument deployments in both the Arctic and Antarctic.
Geotechnical innovations nominated for Bauma awardVideoSubscription
Bauer and Herrenknecht are among the nominations announced for the Bauma Innovation Awards.
Liebherr lowers its Dwall focus at BaumaSubscription
Liebherr has announced that it is to launch its smallest HS duty cycle crane the Bauma construction equipment exhibition, which is due to take place in Munich, Germany from 8 to 13 April.
Soilmec to debut new equipment at BaumaSubscription
Soilmec has announced that it is launching new innovations and upgrades to its equipment for large diameter piling, micropiling and hydromills at this year’s Bauma construction equipment exhibition, which is due to take place in Munich, Germany from 8 to 13 April.
Bauer debuted its new GB 80 S hydraulic grab system and the BCS 40 cutter system on its stand at Bauma China.