Fugro supports ocean sustainability through Seabed 2030
David Millar discusses Fugro's contributions to the Seabed 2030 project and ocean sustainability.
Originally published in InDepth, the IAGC (International Association of Geophysical Contractors) Newsletter June 2019 issue and is protected by copyright
The risks and rewards of site investigation
Signe Hansen gets an insight into how to avoid the pitfalls of poor site investigation.
Originally published in GeoDrilling International July-August 2019 issue and is protected by copyright
High output track renewals adopt high output data capture
Roy Hickman, a Senior Rail Consultant at Fugro, details the Network Rail work that the company is undertaking.
Originally published in Rail Infrastructure number 128 and is protected by copyright
Utility asset management: it's time for a rethink
Robert Hoddenbach of Fugro discusses our Virtual World Asset Management (VWAM) platform and how power infrastructure owners monitor the environmental context and condition of their assets.
Originally published in Network Magazine, March 2019 issue, and is protected by copyright
The rise of the mega-project
Fugro's Nicholas Armstrong, Simon Brightwell and Chris Coleman discuss how delivering multimillion-pound ground investigation projects takes more than just scaling up smaller schemes.
Originally published in Ground Engineering, March 2019 issue, and is protected by copyright
Afloat, in Position and in Production
Fugro's Pim Peereboom discusses today's floating production systems and the advances of these technologies
Originally published in the Society of Maritime Industries Members Handbook & Directory 2019 and is protected by copyright
Future growth focus
Fugro looks back at the development of its business since it was first formed more than five decades ago.
Originally published in Ground Engineering 50th Anniversary Supplement, December 2018 issue, and is protected by copyright
Getting a picture
Fugro’s Rod Eddies, Simon Brightwell and Ray Wood discuss how tunnelling risks related to the ground and built structure can be managed into better stakeholder outcome.
Originally published in Tunnels and Tunnelling International, November 2018 issue, and is protected by copyright
Reducing costs and risks of deepwater exploration
Stephanie Ingle and Jim Gharib discuss the benefits and technology of seep hunting and surface geochemical campaigns.
Originally published in GEO ExPro issue 5 and is protected by copyright
Porosity and permeability values: filling the gaps with NMR
Balazs Rigler of Fugro discusses the group’s efforts to improve the efficiency and accuracy of hydrological analyses for nearshore and onshore foundation engineering in soft geology.
Originally published in the May/June 2018 issue of AGS Magazine and is protected by copyright