Groundforce Shorco Major Projects supporting the Basement and Underground Structures Conference

25 Sep

Groundforce Shorco major Projects are headline sponsors of the 2017 Ground Engineering Basement and Underground Structure’s Conference. 

As a company at the forefront of basement excavation innovation and technology, Groundforce Shorco Major Projects are pleased to continue their association with Ground Engineering’s Basement and Underground Structures Conference as headline sponsors of this event.

The conference which takes place at the Victoria Park Plaza in London on 4 - 5 October is one of the construction industry’s leading geotechnical events. It brings together the who’s who of the basements and geotechnical community to discuss where future investment opportunities lie and how the next generation of projects will be designed and delivered, as well as learning about techniques and technologies which will be critical to the delivery of future basement projects.

As well as being the headline sponsor, Groundforce Shorco Major Projects will also be hosting presentations on both days of the conference. On the 4th there will be a presentation on ‘Demonstrating the Benefits of Pre-loading Temporary Props to Support Deep Excavations’ at the Temporary Works’ Seminar, presented by Steven Lloyd (Development Manager), from Groundforce and Benoit Latapie (Technical Manager) from Atkins Global. There will be a further presentation on the 5th by Mark Whitmore (General Manager Major Projects), Ajay Nagah (Major Projects Manager) from Groundforce and Pierce McCready (System Quality Manager) from Byrne Brothers on Case Study: 1 Bank Street, Canary Wharf followed by a Groundforce round table session. 

Groundforce’s Technical Director, Tony Gould said: “We are very pleased to once again be part of this important industry conference and we hope the projects and solutions we present will demonstrate our commitment to technical excellence combined with innovation.”

Book your ticket with code: GROUNDFORCE for your 30% discount here