Piling and Foundations

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23 April 2015

The Bloomsbury Hotel, London

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Developing technical knowledge and skills to take advantage of future opportunities

Ground Engineering’s 2015 Piling and Foundations conference is a key industry forum where clients, main contractors, engineers and geotechnical contractors gather to explore how the next generation of projects will be designed and delivered.

With key infrastructure projects such as the Northern Line Extension rapidly approaching and the commercial and residential markets remaining strong, these will be an exciting and highly active few years for the industry. Join us to ensure you know the techniques which will be in demand and the knowledge to take advantage of future opportunities when they arise.

Why attend Piling and Foundations?

  • Network with the breadth of the industry regarding future projects and their specifications
  • Hear case study examples of challenging foundation designs and draw out the key lessons which can be applied to your work
  • Explore which sectors will offer the greatest future opportunities and how you can be involved in key projects
  • Improve your knowledge of site investigation, the process and impact of pile design and delivery through the Site Investigation conference – click here for more details

If you are involved in the procurement, design or installation of piles and foundations, then this is an essential event for you.

Industry Leading Speakers

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 Martin Blower

Martin Blower

chairman

Federation of Piling Specialists

Tim Chapman

director

leader - infrastructure London group, Arup

Andrew Bond

director

Geocentrix

Testimonials

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Very interesting and informative day

Carys Frampton, Geotechnical Engineer, Parsons Brinckerhoff

Good and stimulating, with some fantastic case studies

Samson Ngambi, Senior Lecturer, Coventry University

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