After eight years and over 1500 projects, it is with great pleasure that I introduce our new corporate branding – FSG Geotechnics & Foundations.
It is well known that the adoption of an appropriate construction methodology is critical to quality outcomes for bored piles (drilled shafts).
The acceptance of earthwork and unbound pavement construction currently relies on Density testing and CBRs for Quality Assurance (QA).
How reliable are the various methods of assessment of the pile ultimate geotechnical strength?
With a total project value of over $6B, the Woolgoolga to Ballina (W2B) project is Australia’s largest regional infrastructure project and will duplicate approx. 155km of the Pacific Hwy to create a four lane divided road over the full length of the upgrade.
As part of the successful Beilby Hull Albem Joint Venture Team, FSG has been awarded the site investigation and detailed design of all geotechnical elements on the $400M R2D stage 1 project.
Engineers Australia’s Individual Awards confer recognition for outstanding individual engineering achievements and promote those engineers who show innovation and resourcefulness in their work.
FSG’s Technical Director Julian Seidel was on the conference Technical Committee and Ben Collingwood presented a paper written by Collingwood and Slatter on “Construction Methods and Quality Outcomes for Bored Cast-in-Situ Piles – A Review of Current Practice”…
The Light Falling Weight Deflectometer (LFWD) equipment measures composite in-situ modulus value of near-surface materials.
In March 2016, Foundation Specialists Group was awarded GE3 level pre-qualification by the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR).