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Geotechnics
In person

The BGA will officially celebrate its 75th Anniversary with a special event that will include a lecture by professor Lord Robert Mair titled “Unusual tunnel collapses – the role of geotechnics” and conclude with the 2nd BGA annual dinner.

event-location
London, United Kingdom
Date
15 October 2024
Time
13:00 - 22:00 BST (GMT+1)

The energy sector continues to provide new challenges to geotechnical engineers. Anthony Leung and Anh-Minh Nguyen, editors of a new themed issue of the ICE Geotechnical Engineering journal, say they are more than ready.

Date
10 April 2024

The Fleming Award Competition is held annually to commemorate the life and work of Dr Ken Fleming and to recognise excellence in the practical application of geotechnics in a project or a part of a project.

Online

A presentation of the principles and practicalities of earth works. The presentation sets the scene of modern earth works with a bit of history; from the roman empire to the MCHW SHW Series’ and British standards.

event-online
Online
Date
26 June 2024
Time
12:30 - 13:00 BST (GMT+1)
Type
Webinar

The Fleming Award Competition is held annually to commemorate the life and work of Dr Ken Fleming and to recognise excellence in the practical application of geotechnics in a project or a part of a project.

The Innovation in Geotechnical Engineering Series is a platform for knowledge sharing between Academia and Industry, promoting rigorous discourse between young professionals in the field with a focus on three main themes: Technical Knowledge, Sustainability and Digital Transformation.

Hybrid

This talk provides an insight into geotechnical risks at key stages in an offshore windfarm project and how unmanaged ground risks can have an escalated impact on project cost and programme. Therefore, geotechnical risk management is paramount for successful offshore wind projects. 

This is an annual event comprising 20 minute presentations by finalists and a keynote lecture. The lectures showcase excellence in current geotechnics.

This meeting will take the form of a debate on developments in BIM (Building Information Modelling) in the Geotechnical Engineering sphere. The debate will be chaired by Professor David Toll from the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences at Durham University.

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