Rankine interview: Beyond the conventional Subscription
George Gazetas will deliver the Rankine Lecture in March where he hopes to excite the profession to be a little more daring when designing foundations to resist earthquakes.
Interview: In for the long termSubscription
Just starting his two year tenure as chair of the Geotechnical Asset Owners Forum, Iain McKenzie plans to build on the excellent work the client-based forum has already achieved.
Interview: Putting patience into practiceSubscription
As well as charting development of grouting techniques in his John Mitchell Lecture, Clif Kettle will also call the industry to put more into learning the craft of geotechnics.
Interview: All change at Van ElleSubscription
Van Elle has had more than its fair share of the negative publicity recently but that is all about to change with the arrival of new CEO Mark Cutler.
Interview: Evidence-based insightSubscription
In November University of Portsmouth visiting research fellow Kevin Privett will deliver the 19th Glossop Medal Lecture. Claire Smith met him to find out more about the focus of the lecture and the story behind the topic.
Interview: Investing in instrumentationSubscription
Dywidag Systems International has announced a deal to buy out instrumentation and monitoring specialist Datum. GE spoke to the leaders of both businesses to find out more.
Small conversations are where the real nuggets are, according to new chair of the Engineering Group of the Geological Society Tracey Radford.
Interview: Gaining strengthSubscription
FK Lowry Piling has emerged stronger than ever after its parent company went into administration earlier this year.
Interview: Removing the disconnectSubscription
Bentley Systems promised to remove a “disconnect” in geotechnics when it acquired finite element analysis software specialist Plaxis. Plaxis managing director Jan-Willem Koutstaal explains what this means for customers.
New British Drilling Association chairman Martyn Brocklesby speaks to GE about his plans for his two year tenure.