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Ground Engineering August/September 2018
See details of all the geotechnical firms that particpated in the 2018 Geotechnical Services File
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7 January 2019Claire Smith
Durham-based geotechnical consultant Arc Environmental has been bought out by two members of staff, according to HSBC which supported the deal financially.
15 January 2019Claire Smith
Concrete frame specialist Morrisroe was tipped to take over Skanska’s ground engineering division Cementation early this year but industry insiders have said that the firm has pulled out of the deal.
20 November 2018Claire Smith
Geotechnical software developer Oasys has announced the release of XDisp 20.0, which it says delivers world-class rail, building and utility damage assessment for every excavation and infrastructure project.
18 January 2019Michaila Hancock
The Boring Company founder Elon Musk has said it would cost $1bn (£557M) to bore a tunnel through the Blue Mountains in Australia.
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