University of Brighton choose HoleBASE for MSc Teaching
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The School of Environment and Technology have recently selected HoleBASE as their package of choice for teaching professional presentation and interpretation of field section, trial pit and drill core logs on their MSc’s in Environmental Geology and Civil Engineering. The package has been selected because of the modular nature allowing integration of logged information with field and laboratory geotechnical testing, geochemical analyses, geophysical logs and in situ monitoring data, and because of its mapping, site plan and cross section generating capability. The package will also be used for undergraduate project work in geology, civil engineering and the built environment.
For further information contact:
Dr Martin Smith (email@example.com)
Principal Lecturer in Geology
School of Environment and Technology
University of Brighton
Thursday 22 June 2017
The Brownfield Briefing "Effective Site investigation and Data Management" conference was held on the 24th and 25th May in Birmingham. Our Managing Director, Roger Chandler, was one of the invited speakers and he has put together his top 5 highlights from the conference.
Friday 16 June 2017
This week sees the release of the latest version of the Autodesk Geotechnical Module, a free add on to AutoCAD Civil 3D licenced by Keynetix to Autodesk, which helps engineering companies around the world take their first step to streamlining their geotechnical drawing and modelling production.
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Tuesday 11 April 2017
Please note our Redditch office will be closed between 17:30 on Thursday 13th April and 09:00 on Tuesday 18th April.
Tuesday 4 April 2017
The AGS have announced their latest conference on Geotechnical Data Management. "The Geotechnical Data Conference 2017 - Best Practice, Challenges and Future Opportunities" conference will take place on the 20th September 2017 at the Motorcycle Museum near Birmingham, UK.
Last week Gary Morin returned froma 2 week trip to the USA meeting customers in Boston and helping Dataforensics, our Premier Partner, exhibit our software solutions at the Geo-Institute's Geotechnical Frontiers conference in Orlando.