pro-bono SURGERY: Groundwater Impact on Temporary works construction
Eur Ing Dr Stephen Thomas, CEng, FICE
OGI Groundwater Specialists Ltd
Tuesday 17 July 2018 @ 09:00 – 13:00
ABOUT THE SURGERY
This will enable Dr Thomas to answer your questions:
How do I best lower the water table for a basement construction?
How do I prevent heave from artesian pressures beneath an excavation?
How to reduce Groundwater pressure on the side of a retaining wall?
How to model a contaminant plume through the ground towards an excavation?
How to calculate Groundwater flow rates to an excavation in gravels?
Stephen will provide four separate 45 minute private sessions as follows:
(09:00-09:45, 10:00-10:45, 11:00-11:45, 12:00-12:45)
Each session will be private to the person/group having booked the session (groups up to four persons). A person can book a single session. Each group can bring along a groundwater issue for discussion.
Please contact George French at OGI to book a place.
Phone: 0191 378 7010
Institution of Civil Engineers
One Great George Street
DISCUSS THESE TOPICS
GROUNDWATER CONTROL AND ENGINEERING
GROUNDWATER FLOW MODELLING TO BASEMENTS
STABILISATION OF WEAK SATURATED SLOPES
CONTAMINANT TRANSPORT & HEAT FLOW MODELLING
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Eur Ing Dr Stephen Thomas is a chartered British and European Civil Engineer, and Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers. He is a registered Ground Engineering Adviser (RoGEP), with a first class honours degree in Civil Engineering and MSc from the University of Wales, a Doctorate from Oxford University and MBA from Durham University. Stephen is also an Honorary Fellow at the Durham University Department of Earth Sciences.
Stephen is Managing Director of OGI Groundwater Specialists which he founded 1989. This year celebrates 29 years of continued business solving groundwater problems in soft ground throughout the UK and overseas.