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23 January: John Mitchell Lecture

23 January 2019, 6.30pm. ICE London

The 2019 John Mitchell Lecture will be delivered by Clif Kettle of Clif Kettle Consulting on the subject of Ground Treatment - 40 years from Black Art to Fully Engineered Solution.

The John Mitchell Award is presented annually by the ICE, based on a nomination from the BGA, for significant contributions in the field of geotechnical engineering. The award was instituted in 2008 in memory of the prominent geotechnical engineer John Mitchell of Arup, who was killed while observing piling works at a central London site in 1990.

Kettle’s John Mitchell Lecture will draw on his 45 years of experience within the geotechnical contracting sector and his role in developing grout injection technologies and processes over the last three decades.

Contact: BGA coordinator, tel: 020 7665 2007 or email: bga@britishgeotech.org.uk

 

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