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30 January: Drift-filled hollows: a geological phenomenon or an engineer’s nightmare?

30 January, 6.30pm. Robert Bird Group, 47-51 Great Suffolk Street, London

Brunel University London final year PhD student Amy Flynn will present her research on drift filled hollows to the Early Career Group of the British Geotechnical Association.

Flynn will define the phenomenon and look at the engineering issues these have presented on recent project including Thames Tideway, the Olympic Park and Battersea Power Station. Her talk will focus upon the variability and unpredictability of drift filled hollows, with particular emphasis on features identified during the ground investigation at Battersea Power Station and other recent projects in the Battersea, Nine Elms area.

To register for this event, please contact: bga-ecg@britishgeotech.org.uk


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