In February, GE in association with Mabey hosted a round table debate about how instrumentation and monitoring could lead to better geotechnical design.
The government has set a target of 300,000 new homes to be built each year. Brownfield sites could be the answer, but just how easy is that target to meet?
The quantity of data generated by major infrastructure and commercial projects is vast, but what are the challenges of managing that data and how can the industry use that data to become more efficient?
Why borehole televiewers have become the tool of choice for geotechnical and mineral investigation. By Robertson Geo services manager Graham Comber.
Modern monitoring equipment can generate a multitude of data although understanding the results in a realistic timeframe can be challenging. GE takes a look at some new software that could ease this problem to make this data more powerful than ever.
Changing demand placed on transport assets is creating a need to change the solutions used to deliver this infrastructure, and reinforcement geosynthetics are an ideal option.
Keller’s monitoring business Getec was conceived to deliver its Crossrail work, but as the new rail link gets set to open, the division has broader horizons.
Maccaferri has developed a range of ground stabilisation products.
With a greater focus on competence and sharing knowledge, Uretek’s change of branding to Geobear marks a step change in the business.
New emphasis is being placed on the use of the observational method. But what is stopping its wider use in the industry?