AGS Victoria Symposium
Geotechnical characterisation — managing design and construction risk
The Victorian chapter of the Australian Geomechanics Society has released a Call for Abstracts for the 2019 symposium.
The Victorian chapter of the Australian Geomechanics Society (AGS) is pleased to announce a
The event will be held in Melbourne and will bring together geotechnical and other civil engineering professionals to share and discuss their knowledge and experiences related to geotechnical characterisation and its implications for design and construction.
Victoria’s construction industry is booming. Investment in both public infrastructure and commercial real estate is growing, and as our cities and infrastructure grow, so too does the need to develop parcels of land with challenging ground conditions. Economical and safe geotechnical design requires efficient and well thought through ground investigation and characterisation to identify and manage ground risks and opportunities.
This symposium will present overviews of current
The symposium will bring together professional engineers, researchers, specialist contractors, regulators, educators and students to share and discuss their experiences on the topic of ground characterisation. Best practices, case histories and innovative methods for assessing and characterising ground risk will be presented and discussed, with a particular emphasis on the
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