Your single point of reference for all your Geotechnical Inquiries

Latest Geotechhnical Engineering News on Geotechpedia

Geotechnical News
Latest Geotechnical Engineering News from around the world. Important Geotechnical News updated daily.
Total Items found:
Mint   08 August 2022   India  
<p>The Central government and Indian Railways will soon open the Delhi to Kashmir rail route for public travel since the project is nearing completion and the railway bridge over the Chenab River in the district of Reasi on the Baramulla railway line is also ...
Filed under: Construction News
BBC NEWS   05 August 2022   UK   Scotland  
<p>The Kessock Bridge in the Highlands is 40 years old.<br />"One of the beauties of being a civil engineer is you are often building things which are of benefit to the area in which you are building them," says Ken Wilson, who helped to supervise the construction ...
Filed under: Construction News
CNN   01 August 2022   USA   Kentucky  
<p>Rescue workers searching for hundreds of missing people in flood-stricken Kentucky have been hampered by the devastation left behind -- unable to access areas left isolated after floodwater washed away bridges and inundated communities, with even more rainfall ...
The Guardian   01 August 2022   World  
<p>If time feels tighter than ever of late, blame it on the revolution. On 29 June this year, Earth racked up an unusual record: its shortest day since the 1960s, when scientists began measuring the planet&rsquo;s rotation with high-precision atomic clocks.<br ...
Construction Enquirer   01 August 2022   UK  
<p>The Silvertown Tunnel project reached another major milestone last week as the cutter head for the Tunnel Boring Machine was lowered into the shaft</p>
Filed under: Construction News
Aljazeera   26 July 2022   Croatia   Dubrovnik  
<p>Croatia has opened a long-awaited bridge linking its southern Adriatic coast, including the popular tourist destination of Dubrovnik, with the rest of the country, bypassing a narrow strip of Bosnian territory.<br />The 2.4km (1.5-mile) span reaches out ...
Filed under: Construction News
Global Construction Review   25 July 2022   Austria   Alps  
<p>Italy&rsquo;s Webuild and Swiss joint-venture partner Implenia have started boring one of the longest sections of the 64km Brenner Base Tunnel, set to carry a railway between Italy and Austria under the Alps.<br />Lot H41, from Gola del Sill, near Innsbruck, ...
Filed under: Construction News
ArsTechnica   21 July 2022   Europe  
<p>Europe is on fire: For days, temperatures have skyrocketed above 100&deg; Fahrenheit (38&deg; Celsius), shattering records and triggering huge wildfires that have forced tens of thousands from their homes. From Portugal to Spain to Greece, the flames have ...
Reuters   20 July 2022   Greece   athens  
<p>ATHENS, July 19 (Reuters) - A Greek wildfire fuelled by gale-force winds raged in the mountainous region of Penteli near Athens on Tuesday, prompting authorities to order the evacuation of at least four areas and a hospital.<br>Heavy clouds of smoke were ...
The Guardian   15 July 2022   Antarctica  
<p>The great white continent of Antarctica has been awash in dazzling pink and plum hues, thanks to the &ldquo;afterglow&rdquo; effect of the Tongan eruption.<br />The unusually fiery skies have already been reported across New Zealand and Australia in the ...
Filed under: Natural Hazards