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Jul 2, 2021

Tom Morgan successfully completes his PhD

We congratulate our new starter Tom Morgan for successfully completing his PhD in Engineering Geology at Imperial College London. His PhD thesis…

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Jun 23, 2021

GCG warmly welcomes Tom Morgan

We are delighted to announce that Tom Morgan has joined us as a Geotechnical Engineer. Tom recently finished his PhD at Imperial…

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Jun 22, 2021

GCG Associate is giving the prestigious 60th Rankine Lecture

GCG is delighted that its Associate, Professor Stephan Jefferis, is hoping to give the prestigious 60th Rankine Lecture on Wednesday 20th October…

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Jun 17, 2021

UK Specification for Ground Investigation – Draft for public comment

The second edition of the UK Specification for Ground Investigation has been in use since 2012. A Working Group of the Association…

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May 11, 2021

Nova East substructure and core completed

GCG is proud to be providing geotechnical support (since 2012) for this technically challenging Nova Victoria project involving complex interfaces with sensitive…

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May 10, 2021

Measured ground response to EPBM tunnelling in London Clay, an ICE webinar on 24 May 2021 17:30-18:45h (UK time)

GCG’s Associate Director Dr Michael Wan and Imperial College’s Dr Jamie Standing (and GCG’s Associate) will be presenting their key findings from…

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May 7, 2021

Jackie and Justyna receive 2020 Richardson Award

GCG is pleased to announce that its Senior Consultant Jackie Skipper and GCG joint-sponsored PhD student Justyna Edgar will jointly receive the…

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Apr 21, 2021

Announcement of promotions in GCG

GCG is very pleased to announce that Dr Gary Choy, Dr Apollonia Gasparre and Dr Angeliki Grammatikopoulou have been appointed as Senior…

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Mar 26, 2021

Network Rail Earthworks Review Final Report – Prepared by a task force led by GCG’s Founding Partner Professor Lord Robert Mair

In the aftermath of the fatal derailment at Carmont near Stonehaven in August 2020, GCG’s founding partner Professor Lord Robert Mair was…

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