A one day seminar for professionals and clients interested in reducing ground risk through effective site characterisation. Expert speakers will explain site investigation rationale and methods and how the concept of a dynamic ground model can benefit project programme, budget and quality.
Engineers and infrastructure owners face growing pressure to complete projects: high quality information can improve performance in key areas including safety, programme, environmental impact and cost.
What are we talking about?
Speakers will provide advice on how to commission an effective investigation, highlight technical innovations and provide an overview of methods for land and shallow water sites:
- dynamic site characterisation rationale, adapting the investigation to site conditions
- investigation methods – including geophysics, drilling and sampling, CPT, laboratory testing, monitoring
- getting more from the data – delivering information via online portals for instant shared access, building robust ground models based on multiple data streams.
Who should attend?
The agenda will focus on reducing ground-related risk in major construction projects, so will be relevant to:
- infrastructure developers
- end clients