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Slope engineering: Rock solid team

Ground Engineering December 2018

Collaboration to reduce the risk of rockfalls on a rail route in north Wales has created wider benefits than just a safer railway

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Interview: All change at Van ElleSubscription

21 November, 2018

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.

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The future is lightSubscription

What does the future hold for propping and shoring and what will the industry look like in 50 years’ time?

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Collaborating to succeedSubscription

Success of a major construction project can be determined as early as procurement but what degree is this also true for decision making on deep excavation support?

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Demand driven innovationSubscription

Call for deeper basements and tunnelled infrastructure has driven hand in hand development of both new ground engineering and propping solutions. 

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Supporting roleSubscription

Basements are getting deeper and transport infrastructure is increasingly going underground. GE takes a look at whether the decision process behind support for these mammoth excavations it led by culture or new technology.

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Hired help or bought support?

Choosing whether to buy structural steel or hire proprietary props to support deep excavations is not a simple choice and a number of factors must be considered.