Tag : Geotechnical
The new £4.2bn potash mine in the North York Moors is using a raft of new technologies to excavate its two 1.5km deep shafts and 37km of tunnels.
Milestone for Bank as massive truss installedSubscription
A significant milestone has been reached in the upgrade of Bank Station in London as a massive temporary truss is installed to allow the construction of its new eight-level deep station entrance.
Data sharing could save HS2 £10MSubscription
A new data sharing scheme could save HS2 some £10M according to the project’s brainchild.
Service | Hewson's rail offerSubscription
Hewson Consulting is well known for its award-winning bridges. Less well know is the firm’s strength in railway stations and underground structures.
Service | Basement waterproofingSubscription
Newton Waterproofing created a bespoke solution for an east London basement.
Water damage could have caused the collapse of an Italian building site last week, a geotechnical expert has told New Civil Engineer.
Expanding Bank Tube stationSubscription
Cramped sites and complex underground work characterise the project to expand Bank Tube station in the City of London.
Tunnelling Awards 2017 | winners revealedSubscription
Hawaii’s first major tunnelling project was among the winners at the New Civil Engineer Tunnelling Awards 2017 in central London yesterday.
High Speed 2 is pushing for change in the geotechnical sector by making site investigation work more digitally focused.
Interview | ICE President Lord Mair Subscription
Robert Mair is not a typical academic despite his educational background.