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Geophysics in ground investigation – new CIRIA guidance

Join this webinar which will launch our latest publication, 'Good practice guide to using geophysics in ground investigation. A client's guide (C812)'.

Background
Near-surface geophysics represents a range of important and often underused tools that are integral to identifying variability and features in the subsurface, thereby informing targeted and representative ground investigations.

CIRIA’s new report, Good practice guide to using geophysics in ground investigation. A client's guide (C812) is aimed at clients, contractors, consultants, and regulators considering the commission of or receiving a geophysical investigation as part of a ground investigation. It explains to readers where, how, and when to integrate a geophysical investigation into the ground investigation process, highlighting what it can provide and, where possible, any cost–benefits.

Attendees to this webinar will learn about using geophysics in ground investigation first-hand from the publication’s authors including the pros and cons. The webinar will also provide examples of good practice in geophysical investigations across a range of applications and targets including where geophysics has been successfully applied, and where it has not.

Special offer
All attendees will qualify from a 20% discount off Good practice guide to using geophysics in ground investigation. A client's guide (C812) for a limited period. The promotional code will be communicated with the joining instructions pre-event.

Sponsorship opportunities
For information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Tam Simmons.

Why attend
  • Gain an overview of CIRIA’s new report Good practice guide to using geophysics in ground investigation. A client's guide (C812)
  • Learn where, when and how to integrate a geophysical investigation into the ground investigation process efficiently and cost effectively
  • Understand what to ask for and what is expected from geophysical specialists
  • Discover examples of good practice in geophysical investigations across a range of applications
  • Participate in an interactive Q&A session with the report's authors
  • Earn valuable CPD
Who should attend
Clients, consultants, contractors, site investigation specialists and local authorities.

Programme
14:00 Welcome and introduction
Joanne Kwan, Senior Research Manager, CIRIA
14:10 Using geophysics in ground investigation – pros and cons
Oliver Chrisp, Technical Director, AECOM
14:30 How CIRIA’s new report Good practice guide to using geophysics in ground
investigation. A client's guide
(C812) could help you
Dr Charlotte Usher, Principal Geophysicist, RSK
14:50 Engineering geophysics: lowering cost or adding value in site investigation?
Dr Jim Whiteley, Engineering Geophysics Lead, AtkinsRéalis
15:10 Interactive discussion and Q&A
15:25 Closing remarks

When
Thursday 14 March 2024
14:00 – 15:30

Fees
CIRIA members Free to attend
Non-members Free to attend

Booking
Please sign in or create an account to register online for this event.
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When
3/14/2024 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
GMT Standard Time
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