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At a glance


Tuesday 28 November

Red Theatre 11.30 Foundations into the 21st century Roger Bullivant

Blue Theatre 13.45 Delivering cost savings and sustainability objectives in regeneration projects with the innovative use of mechanical stabilisation and reinforced soil solutions Tensar International

Red Theatre 14.30 Geophysics and regeneration Aperio

Blue Theatre 15.45 Who's responsible for sewerage flooding?

Mott MacDonald

Wednesday 29 November

Red Theatre 11.30 Alternative foundation solutions using ground improvement methods Con-Form

Blue Theatre 12.45 High Definition Surveying for Civil Engineers Leica Geosystems

Red Theatre 13.30 Advances in ground investigation Lankelma

Blue Theatre 13.45 Prestressed concrete retaining walls Milbury Systems

Red Theatre 14.30 Rail and highway sign foundations in a few hours?

ScrewFast Foundations

Blue Theatre 14.45 Delivering a Tube for 2012 Ian Copeland, director of projects Tube Lines

Red Theatre 15.30 AB Chance helical piles systems: history and development Sub Surface Technologies

Thursday 30 November

Red Theatre 10.30 Mobile terrestrial laser scanning 3D Laser Mapping

Blue Theatre 10.45 Pre-cast concrete buried arch structures - The development, benets and application of Matière system ABM Construction

11.45 Third generation geosynthetics Naue Geosynthetics

12.45 Permeable pavements and the use of geotextiles Formpave UK

13.45 Dounreay shaft isolation project - an update Ritchies

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