Developing technical knowledge and skills to take advantage of future opportunities
Ground Engineering’s Piling and Foundations conference is key industry forum where clients, main contractors, engineers and geotechnical contractors gather to reveal recent industry developments and pinpoint future opportunities in this changing sector.
With key recession projects such as Crossrail finished and future infrastructure investment a few years away, medium sized projects look set to dominate the piling sector up to 2015. Join us to discover the techniques which will be in demand in the future and ensure your business is positioned to take advantage of them.
Why attend Piling and Foundations?
- Network with the breadth of the industry regarding future projects and their specifications
- Gain updates into resurgent techniques in the market and the impact they will have for the delivery of projects
- Hear case study examples of challenging foundation designs and draw out the key lessons which can be applied to your work
- Conclude the impact that geothermal piles and pile reuse will have on the design
- Improve your knowledge of site investigation, the process and impact of pile design and delivery through the Ground Investigation and Laboratory Testing conference
If you are involved in the procurement, design or installation of piles and foundations, then this is an essential event for you.
Our Ground Investigation and Laboratory Testing Conference takes place on 29 April 2014. This new event will focus on driving quality, highlighting future opportunities and sharing best practice across the industry. For more information on the Ground Investigation and Laboratory Testing Conference visit www.geinvestigations.co.uk
Attend both the Ground Investigation and Piling and Foundations Conferences at a special discounted rate of £499 + VAT if you book before 28 February 2014. See pricing under the plan your visit tab for more details.
2014 speakers are currently being confirmed. If you are interested in presenting, please contact the Content Director, James Crumly.