Setting up a geotechnical soil investigation programme

Jun 09, 2009 - Jun 11, 2009
Target groups: skilled tradesmen, technicians, students, engineers
Category: EducationTraining
Failure and delay during construction are often caused by unforeseen behaviour of the subsoil. The public’s tolerance for these mishaps is fading, while uncertainties and risks will always be reality in geo-engineering. Therefore, setting up a tailor made soil investigation program is essential for the success of each construction job. Considering different variables will help to determine the ideal type and scale of a soil investigation program and its interpretation.

This three-day course provides participants with a systematic risk-driven planning of soil investigation programs, including many practical cases.
2628 CK Delf, The Netherlands


Marion Arkesteijn


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