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Ground Engineering’s May 2022 issue is available online

Ground Engineering’s May 2022 issue is available online

Ground Engineering’s May 2022 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 May issue has just been added to the GE website.

The May 2022 issue of Ground Engineering features an interview with new Federation of Piling Specialists (FPS) chair John Chick who discusses sustainable design; a report on ground investigations for a Scottish electricity transmission network, a look inside Bristol’s new Soil-Foundation-Structure-Interaction lab, and a feature on the benefits of drone data capture for survey sites.

It also includes an industry view piece on lessons learnt from using mica in concrete blocks; and a technical paper on strength reduction techniques with finite element method for slopes without stabilisation measures.

In addition, this issue includes an Engineering Insight Q&A with Concept managing director Natalie Bews as well as the latest news and opinion.

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