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Rogep to be discussed at European symposium

The British Geotechnical Association (BGA) has said that the UK’s Register of Ground Engineering Professionals (Rogep) is to be one of the schemes discussed at a European workshop on professional registration next month.

Rogep chairman Jim Cook is to represent the UK at the workshop of the European Member Societies, which is to be held ahead of ETC3-Piles International Symposium on Design of Piles in Europe: How did Eurocode 7 change daily practice on 25 and 26 April in Lueven, Netherlands. The workshop discussions will follow on from the professional registration discussions at the European Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering in Edinburgh last year when registration of Ground Engineering Professionals from a European perspective was on the agenda.

According to the BGA, Rogep registration is rising and numbers could exceed 400 people from the UK this year.

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