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Two For A Few with Yoo and Gueler

  The IGS introduces Two for a Few with Dr. Fazli Erol Guler and Professor Chungsik Yoo.


Case Studies: Using Geogrid to Mechanically Stabilise Founding Aggregate Layers on the A556 Improvement Scheme, UK

The A556 Knutsford to Bowden Improvement Scheme involved building a new offline 7.5km dual carriageway between the M6 and M56 in Cheshire, north west England, to relieve congestion and improve


Case Studies: Subgrade Stabilization for Northwest Crane in Hectorville, OK – TenCate

THE CHALLENGE In August of 2015, Cherokee Builders began construction of a trucking and crane storage yard expansion for Northwest Crane in Hectorville, OK. The geotechnical report was from the


Case Studies: Geocells Solve Mining Deadline Dilemma – Kaytech Engineered Fabrics

If not for Kaytech’s tried and tested Multi-Cell system, a Limpopo mine would not have attained one of its many deadlines. Ivanplats, lying just outside Mokopane, is a platinum-focused subsidiary


Case Studies: Dredge and Land Reclamation, Anping Harbor, Tainan, Taiwan, ROC – ACE Geosynthetics

Application Anping harbor has been used for 36 years; the original design is now inadequate, so was required to build new facilities. In addition, dredging the harbor was also an


Case Studies – Use the Chance!

All corporate members are invited to announce a case study at any time. For each issue 3 to 4 case studies are planned to be placed in (up to 1

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IGS UK Symposium – Use of Geosynthetics in Rail: Towards 2025 – York, UK, 18 April 2018

The UK Chapter of the International Geosynthetic Society (IGS) will be running a one day symposium at the National Railway Museum in York on the 18th April 2018. With high-speed

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International Geosynthetics Society-North American Chapter (IGS-NA): Educate the Educators (EtE) – Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 4 – 5 December 2017

The International Geosynthetics Society-North American Chapter (IGS-NA) will be hosting an Educate the Educators (EtE) event, 4-5 December 2017 at Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. EtE is a 2-day funded


1st Portuguese Seminar on Transportation Geotechnics “Improvement, Reinforcement and Rehabilitation of Transport Infrastructures” – Lisbon, Portugal, 12 – 13 October 2017,

The Portuguese Chapter of IGS co-organizes with the Portuguese Technical Committee on Transportation Ge-otechnics and the Portuguese Geotechnical Society the 1st Portuguese Seminary on Transportation Geotechnics, to be held on


1st Portuguese Technical Session on Geosynthetics Railway Works and the Different Applications of Geosynthetics: New Railway Line, Modernization and Maintenance – Lisbon, Portugal, 6 June 2017

The Portuguese Chapter of IGS has organized the 1st Technical Session on Geosynthetics, which was held on 6th June in the National Laboratory for Civil Engineering (LNEC), Lisbon. The topic