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New Ground Engineering website launched

NCE’s sister publication Ground Engineering has launched a new, standalone website to give readers access to a host of information in a digital format.

The new www.geplus.co.uk site will give online access to daily news updates, features, opinion articles and digital back issues of GE.

The website also features GE’s new technical paper database, which has been supported by Arup, which will soon have available PDF versions of all GE’s papers dating back to 1968. “Technical papers are something that I receive a lot of reader enquiries about and having easy and searchable access to this archive will be a real benefit for GE’s readers,” said GE editor Claire Smith.

Access to the new website is currently free for a limited period – users just need to complete a simple registration form. GE subscribers should use their British Geotechnical Association (BGA) membership number or Emap subscriber number to ensure access is not interrupted when the paywall is put in place later this year. Contact the BGA for your membership number or contact Emap customer services – customerservices@geplus.co.uk or 020 3033 2626 – for help to access the website.

Creating an account on www.geplus.co.uk will also give the option to receive GE’s weekly enewsletter to keep you up to date with the latest news if you haven’t looked online recently.

The new website is not the end of the digital story; the new GE app is also now available for download from the Apple App Store and Google Play. The app allows you to quickly view the most recently published stories from the new GE website.  

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