The British Geotechnical Association (BGA) is the principal
association for geotechnical engineers in the United Kingdom.
The latest news from the BGA.
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The BGA is pleased to invite submissions for the 2023 Case Histories Award. The objective of the award is to encourage and recognise the importance of exchange of exemplary geotechnical knowledge and experience of the performance of constructed works for the benefit of the geotechnical profession
The BGA is calling for submissions for the BGA Medal, which is awarded annually to a paper written by a BGA member (or members) for “meritorious contributions to geotechnical science or practice”.
The BGA invites submissions for the 2022 Masters Dissertation Prize. The Masters Dissertation Prize is a prize of £500 awarded annually by the BGA for the best Masters’ degree dissertation on a geotechnical topic.
Ground Engineering’s December 2022 issue is available online. Online access to Ground Engineering (GE) is included in BGA subscriptions.
The British Geotechnical Association (BGA) is pleased to invite Early Career Geotechnical Professionals to submit posters for the 54th Cooling Prize Competition on any topic dealing with the engineering behaviour of the ground
The BGA is pleased to announce the shortlisted entries for the 2022 Fleming Award. The finalists will present at the Fleming Award event on 6 December 2022, when a judging panel will select the winner.
Deadline for Paper Submissions for Geo-Resilience 2023 Conference - 12 December 2022
Call for applications for BGA Fund Awards. This allows the BGA to provide financial assistance to individual BGA members for further study or advancement of their career in technical subjects. Applicants are invited to apply for funds of up to £1,000 for studies which will support or advance their geotechnical career: Deadline 30 November