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A second earthquke in four days has paused fracking again at Cuadrilla’s exploration site in Preston New Road, Little Plumpton, Lancashire.
Norwegian subsidence mapping tool launched Subscription
A new satellite mapping service that shows deformation over the entire Norwegian landscape has been launched.
The scale of soil movement and the distance it can travel are beyond what University of Dundee academic Andrew Brennan expected after September’s earthquake and tsunami in Palu, Indonesia.
Tideway TBM Annie on way to London Subscription
The second tunnel boring machine (TBM) at start work on Tideway has passed factory testing and is on her way to London.
Soil Engineering wins latest A9 dualling GI contract Subscription
Soil Engineering has been awarded two consecutive sections of the A9 dualling ground investigation.
Unexpected ground conditions delay Kex Gill repairs Subscription
The A59 Kex Gill repair work will take longer than expected due to ground conditions, North Yorkshire County Council has said.
The largest earthquke yet has halted fracking again at Cuadrilla’s exploration site in Preston New Road, Little Plumpton, Lancashire.
Nicholson wins New York micropile contract Subscription
Nicholson has been awarded the foundation contract for the New York State Department of Transportation’s (NYSDOT) I-278 bridge rehab project.
TBM on way to Melbourne's West Gate TunnelSubscription
The first of the two tunnel boring machines (TBMs) that will dig the £3.9M West Gate Tunnel will begin its journey to Melbourne next week.
Mosul Dam safety milestone achieved by TreviSubscription
The Italy-based ground engineering specialist Trevi has met another milestone at the Mosul Dam in Iraq.