The Engineering Geology of Contaminated Land
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The disciplines of engineering geology and contaminated land specialists originated from the same purpose: To communicate and assess the impact of geology and our interaction with it to civil engineering. Both disciplines have since formed their own distinct career paths and have become progressively more disparate over time, in terms of both technical expertise and communication.
This professional workshop has been set up in concert between the Engineering Group and The Contaminated Land Group of the Geological Society to help develop and explore the common ground between these two disciplines.
It aims to identify respective attitudes towards risk, modelling, contamination and waste, thereby enabling practitioners in both disciplines to appreciate the differences that exist between them in their approaches. Ultimately moving forward, the workshop will help to develop understanding and awareness in developing combined investigations that tackle both geotechnical and geoenvironmental issues on site.
Tickets will be available until Monday 3rd, however, please order tickets before the end of play on Friday 31st to guarantee food for yourself.
In addition, name badges will be printed for all delegates who signed up prior to midday on Thursday 30th; this is due to time required to prepare the badges.
The Geological Society The Geological Society, Burlington House, W1J 0BD London
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