Welcome to the British Geotechnical Association (BGA). We are the principal association for geotechnical engineers in the United Kingdom. We also perform the role of the Ground Board for the Institution of Civil Engineers, as well as being the UK member of the International Society for Soil Mechanics & Geotechnical Engineering (ISSMGE) and the International Society for Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering (ISRM).
A BGA Early Career Group event on construction disputes and their resolution
Crossrail’s Experience of Geotechnical Baseline Reports – A Client’s Perspective by John Davis of GCG and Mike Black of Transport for London. This is a joint meeting with the British Tunnelling Society
"The BGA is pleased to announce that Jack Templeman of @UniofOxford is the winner of the BGA 2017 MSc/MEng prize for his Masters’ thesis on ‘Numerical modelling of lateral buckling of subsea pipelines’ https://t.co/2uwYzKuDBr #geotechnics"
"There is still time to submit an abstract to the XVII ECSMGE 2019 Geotechnical Conference in Reykjavik, Iceland - Deadline extended to 30 April https://t.co/KvC2UyOADu"
The British Geotechnical Society (BGA) is pleased to announce that Jack Templeman of the University of Oxford is the winner of the 2017 MSc/MEng prize for his Masters' thesis on 'Numerical modelling of lateral buckling of subsea pipelines'.
Early Bird Registration for Chalk 2018 is now open. Early Bird Registration rates are available until midnight on 30 June 2018, full rates apply after that date.
Imperial College London is hosting a half day seminar on the Effects of Tunnelling on Existing Tunnels. The objective of the seminar is to disseminate and discuss findings from the Imperial College Crossrail research project.
The British Geotechnical Association (BGA) is pleased to announce that the 59th Rankine Lecture will be given by Professor George Gazetas of the National Technical University of Athens, Greece