Event Date/Time: Jul 05, 2007
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Slope stability is undoubtedly big business. Developers and traditional clients such as Network Rail and The Highways Agency are increasingly drawing on the expertise of ground engineers. Research projects on a range of slope stability issues are also being driven by major stakeholders across the slope engineering spectrum. Now is the time to find out what conclusions are being drawn and how you can apply them in practice.

Choosing the correct approach to a vegetated slope, delivering successful drainage solutions, and incorporating effective monitoring instrumentation can all help your business stay ahead. This key industry event will equip you with the knowledge to apply best practice techniques, and deliver appropriate practical solutions which are cost-effective and ensure long term slope stability.

Top five reasons to attend:

- Hear the latest research developments and practical advice surrounding vegetated slopes, drainage solutions and the impact of climate change
- Gain an insight into leading international best practice - The Egnatia Odos Highway Project
- Listen to major clients give their views on current research and identify ongoing opportunities for slope works expertise
- Get up-to-speed on the latest technological developments in slope monitoring instrumentation
- Incomparable networking opportunity - last year’s conference attracted over 200 of ground engineering’s most influential members

What delegates said about last year’s GE Slope Engineering conference:

“ A refreshingly wide ranging conference embracing both traditional and innovative solutions for slope stabilisation and remediation” P Daley, Capita Symonds

“Impressive and informative” A Abbe, Giken Europe BV

“Very educational” M Mo, High Point Rendel

Who should attend?

Geotechnical Engineers
Geoenvironmental Engineers
Consulting Engineers


Additional Information

To register: Online: www.slopeengineering.co.uk Tel: 0845 056 8069 Fax: 020 7505 6001 Email: constructconferences@emap.com