British Geotechnical Society

Formed in 1949, this learned association for geotechnical engineers in the UK also performs the role of the Ground Board for the Institution of Civil Engineers. They became the British Geotechnical Association by statutes adopted in June 2000.

British Geotechnical Association at The Institution of Civil Engineers
One Great George Street
London
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UK

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Proposed methods for field testing of soil nails, Barley, A D, Davies, M C R and Jones, A M. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Ground Improvement Geosystems 1997 pp.424-431 1997 Amber

 

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