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For 130 years South Africa has been exploiting its gold resources in Johannesburg. But at what cost?

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The use of the Geopier rigid inclusions resulted in a $600,000 cost savings for Buccini / Pollin Group and BPGS Construction.

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Tuesday, 19 February 2019 01:00

World's most intricate subway networks

Urbanization in large cities is constantly increasing the demand for advanced and complex metro networks.

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Monday, 18 February 2019 00:00

PLAXIS 2D 2019 has just been released!

The new PLAXIS 2D 2019 is now available and comes with a range of new features.

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Extreme torrential rain has caused severe flooding and has triggered hazardous mudslides in California.

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Thursday, 14 February 2019 00:00

The Geopier Impact RAP system used in Toronto

The Geopier Impact® Rammed Aggregate Pier® (RAP) system was used on the Leslie Barns Storage and Maintenance Facility in Toronto and sped up the project timelines significantly.

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CONTROLS Group will supply the testing equipment for the laboratory of the new Storstrøm Bridge in Denmark.

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Pile Dynamics is continuing its USA tour of State of Practice: Quality Control & Quality Assurance of Deep Foundations.

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Monday, 11 February 2019 01:00

Robots to fix underground pipes

An innovative project suggests that robots can be employed to repair damage in underground pipes.

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Scientists have conducted detailed investigation about the causes of the Mud Creek major landslide in Big Sur, California, about 2 years ago.

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