MEETINGS PROGRAMME 2016 - 2017

Monday 3rd October 2016

G31, Civil Engineering, University of Birmingham

John Mitchell Lecture

Martin Pedley, Skanska

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Monday 7th November 2016

G31, Civil Engineering, University of Birmingham

Accelerated Programme for Moorgate Shaft

David Place, Mott MacDonald

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Monday 5th December 2016

G31, Civil Engineering, University of Birmingham

Geophysics for Geotechnics - teaching new dogs old tricks

Nigel Cassidy, Keele University

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Monday 9th January 2017

Haworth Lecture Theatre 101, University of Birmingham

Metro Stations - Design & Construction of Cut & Cover Structures

Prof. Eric Wu, Jacobs

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Monday 6th February 2017

Haworth Lecture Theatre 101, University of Birmingham

Improving the Standards of Basement Construction

Marc Separovic, NHBC

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Monday 6th March 2017

Haworth Lecture Theatre 101, University of Birmingham

56th Rankine Lecture

Prof Jardine, Imperial College

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Monday 3rd April 2017

Haworth Lecture Theatre 101, University of Birmingham

John Mitchell Lecture, Monitoring the performance of clay slopes

Dr Andrew Ridley, Geotechnical Observations Ltd

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Monday 8th May 2017

Haworth Lecture Theatre 101, University of Birmingham

Annual General Meeting & Environmental Lecture

James Hill, Dunton Environmental

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Meetings are generally held in the Large Lecture Theatre in the HAWORTH BUILDING (no. 12 on the Edgbaston Campus Map), The University of Birmingham B15 2TT

Members and visitors should aim to arrive between 6 p.m. and 6.15 p.m. and park their cars in a perimeter car park. Normal refreshments (sandwiches, tea and coffee) will be available in the Shell Lounge in the Civil / Mechanical Engineering Building before the meeting. At about 6.45 p.m. members should walk across to the Haworth Chemistry Building.

Copies of presentations for this and previous sessions are available for members in the ARCHIVES section of the MEMBERS AREA. Access to this area is restricted to members of the Society, who should apply to the webmaster by e-mail ( ) for the issue of login details.