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 Will the use of fungi make landslides a thing of the past?

Fungi could help to prevent landslips

Could fungi provide a green solution to slope stabilisation?

24 September 2021

 Fugro’s specialist survey vessels, including the Fugro Venturer, have performed geophysical and geotechnical surveys to help determine subsea routes for new fibre optic cables in the Hebrides, and Orkney and Shetland Islands

Fugro's cable route survey for Scottish islander broadband

Fugro uses a range of techniques to acquire geo-data for a Scottish broadband cable project

09 September 2021

 Sheet Piling (UK)’s long-reach ABI TM20 leader rig at work on the Raigmore Active Travel Link project in Scotland

Sheet Piling retaining wall project to help keep inverness active

Scottish active travel route project begins with piling work from Sheet Piling (UK)

27 July 2021

 Alternative foundation methods, including timber piles, are being explored to allow peatland to be retained when new housing is built in rural and remote Scottish locations

New construction methods could unlock housing developments in rural Scotland

Alternative foundation methods could allow peatland to be retained at building projects

06 July 2021

 DEME Offshore has completed the installation of the foundations for the Moray East offshore windfarm in Scotland

DEME Offshore completes Moray East foundation installation

Despite numerous difficulties, DEME completes Scottish offshore windfarm foundations project

11 January 2021

 A core sample from one of the 12 boreholes at the UK Geoenergy Observatory in Glasgow being scanned in a laboratory

Glasgow's geoenergy observatory releases information from 199m underground

Data on the ground conditions below Glasgow have released by UK Geoenergy Observatory

21 September 2020

 Aberdeen City Council co-leaders councillor Douglas Lumsden and councillor Jenny Laing at the start of work to transform the former Summerhill Academy site into council housing, with 369 units planned for the site

Ground investigation work to begin for Scottish housing scheme

Ground investigation work due to begin on Scottish housing scheme as COVID-19 restrictions ease

04 August 2020

 Following on from the installation of 309 pin piles, DEME has installed the first jacket at the Moray East offshore wind farm project

First jacket successfully installed at Moray East offshore wind farm

Following on from piling, DEME begins installation of jackets at Scottish offshore wind farm

08 July 2020


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