Engaging animations and technical modelling will bring to life discussion of a unique stabilisation project in the UK in a webinar tomorrow.
Alan Richardson, UK South West & Ireland regional manager for Platipus Anchors, and Jonathan Tingley, technical director of Geo-Environmental Services Ltd, will present a talk on ‘Slope stabilisation between a rail line and a high voltage substation on a new campus at The University of Birmingham’.
Hosted by the UK Chapter of the IGS, the talk will include a geotechnical overview of the challenging project and demonstrate how combining ground anchors with suitable geosynthetics can provide an effective vegetated solution for slope stability.
Mr Richardson has spent more than two decades providing solutions in the engineering and construction sectors while Mr Tingley has nearly 30 years of experience in geotechnical and geo-environmental engineering in the site investigation sector.
The webinar on March 22 at 6pm-7.30pm UK time will also include an interactive Q&A session. Register here to avoid missing out.
You can find out more about IGS UK here.
*** IGS UK is set to host an in-person seminar on April 11 in association with the Institution of Civil Engineers’ North West Geotechnical Group. Andy Cracknell from Naue will talk about non-polymer-based geosynthetics. The event is due to take place in the evening with times to be finalised.