The British Geotechnical Association (BGA) is the principal
association for geotechnical engineers in the United Kingdom.
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 October issue has just been added to the GE website.
The October 2022 issue of Ground Engineering includes articles on the world’s first quantum gravity gradiometer, the benefits of integrating geological information and building information modelling, a Battersea project that needed robust excavation support, High Speed 2’s first green tunnel, and underground works on the Bank station upgrade.
This month’s industry view pieces delve into the lack of basement construction monitoring data, as well as instrumentation and monitoring procurement issues.
This issue also reveals the results of the 2022 GE100 survey, including rankings of the top geotechnical companies in the UK and an accompanying industry analysis piece.
This month's technical paper from the most recent Cooling Prize winner covers the topic of " Numerical evaluation of empirical estimates of seepage through contiguous piled walls”.
In addition, this edition features an Engineering Insight Q&A with Aecom principal geotechnical engineer Victoria Barnett, as well as the latest news and opinion.
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