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

Ground Engineering’s March issue is available online

Ground Engineering’s March issue is available online

Ground Engineering’s March issue is available online

Online access to Ground Engineering (GE) is included in BGA subscriptions.

BGA Members and other subscribers to GE can access page-turning digital versions of the print issue and the March issue has just been added to the GE website.

The latest issue of GE focuses on sustainability with industry analysis on reducing carbon intensity of geotechnical projects. Also, an interview with RSK CEO Alan Ryder on future growth plans; site reports from Folkestone regeneration project and the use of geotechnical software for modelling the ground at Bewdley Bank reservoir; and we look at how remote learning has affected geotechnical MSc students and contents of the courses.

There is also the second Engineering insight Q&A with Applied Geology’s Fiona Connor; industry view from Arup’s Alice Berry on driving down embodied carbon in projects; as well as the usual latest news and opinion.

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