The Association of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Specialists are pleased to announce that The Geotechnical Data Conference is returning to the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham on Wednesday 20th September.
This specialist full day seminar will be divided into four sessionsand will focus on the role of geotechnical and geoenvironmental data management within digital engineering and BIM, whilst celebrating 25 years of AGS Data Transfer Format. Details of this year’s speakers can be viewed below:
SESSION 1: Client View, (chaired by Chris Power, Mott MacDonald)
Long Term Monitoring for Rail Projects
Improving Geotechnical Information - Results from an HE Study (Tony Daley, Amageo)
Experiencesin adopting AGS and Future Requirements (Roselyn Carroll, NGI)
SESSION2: International, (chaired by Dave Entwisle, British Geological Survey)
Out of Adversity Can Come Good Things or A Tale of Two Corollaries (Rodney Hutchison, KGA)
Very Large Data Sets – Challenges, Insights and Opportunities
SESSION 3: Case Studies, (chaired by Dave Farmer, Arup)
Consultancy Led Ground Investigation Contracting on Large Infrastructure Projects (Russell Jordan, RPS)
Transpennine Route Upgrade – Value Engineering through Geotechnical Data Management (Callum Irving, TSP)
Moorside Site Characterisation Project (Matt Waddicor, NuGen)
Geotechnical Data Management for Thames Tideway (Shawn Sismondi, Ferrovial Agroman Laing O'Rourke JV)
Reducing the Amount of Non-Digital Data Recording/Collection/Scheduling (Craig Parry, Atkins)
Information Modelling Workflows for Using Geotechnical Data in Civil Engineering (Katie Aguilar, Bentley)
Digital Data Journey Refinement (Rae Watney, WSP)
SESSION 4: BIM, (chaired by Simon Miles, Atkins)
BuildingSMART and the Future Role of Geotechnical Data in the BIM process (Atkins)
Outcomes from the BIM for the Subsurface project (Gary Morin, Keynetix)
National Geoscience Data Centre: Building an Open National AGS Data Store (Garry Baker, BGS)
Full information will be made available on the AGS website in due course.
To confirm your attendance, please complete the attached registration form and return it to email@example.com before Wednesday 6th September. Tickets are priced at £120 for AGS Members and £195 for Non-Members. Geotechnics and Keynetix have kindly offered to sponsor a limited number of student places. Please see attached booking form for full details. Ticket prices exclude VAT. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Pleasenote that registration forms are required for all attendees. Forms received after Wednesday 6th September will not be accepted.