The British Geotechnical Association (BGA) is the principal
association for geotechnical engineers in the United Kingdom.

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Latest News

BS EN ISO 17892 replacing BS1377

  • 14.08.2015

BSI recently published the first two Standards in the series BS EN ISO 17892. They replace test methods in BS1377, which have been withdrawn.

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Comments requested on prEN ISO18674-2 Extensometers

  • 11.08.2015

Please be advised that prEN ISO18674-2 Geotechnical investigation and testing - Geotechnical monitoring by field instrumentation - Part 2: Measurement of displacements along a line: Extensometers is out of enquiry
ballot.

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Website Launched for FedIGS

  • 11.08.2015

The Federation of International Geo-Engineering Societies (FedIGS) is a collaborative forum within which learned societies or associations involved in engineering with, on, or in geo-materials can meet and interact. The purpose of the Federation is to facilitate interaction among the member societies, explore opportunities to promote their common interests and provide a unified response to common issues through effective collective actions that are more effective than individual responses of the members.

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August 2015 Newsletter

  • 05.08.2015

Headlines and Deadlines

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New BGA Member Benefit

  • 05.08.2015

How to subscribe: Simply e-mail the subscription office (nrcresearchpress-csp@subscriptionoffice.com) with "CGJ_BGA personal subscription" in teh subject field and your contact information in the body of the e-mail. A CSP representative will contact you with payment options.

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BS5930 – 3rd version published

  • 05.08.2015

David Norbury          Independent consultant and Chair of the Revision Panel

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