Posted on: 22-Nov-2017
GDG was honoured to participate in the INFOMAR Seminar 2017 which took place last week at the National Maritime College of Ireland. The seminar's main objective was to stimulate partnership, collaboration, and innovation, and grow Ireland's marine role internationally.
GDG participates in the Geotechnical Society of Ireland’s Conference on Geotechnical Engineering for Ground and Surface WaterBy: GDG
Posted on: 21-Nov-2017
GDG was delighted to participate in the Geotechnical Society of Ireland’s Conference on Geotechnical Engineering for Ground and Surface Water.
Preliminary Applications of Machine Learning Techniques to Improve Safety along Transport Infrastructure NetworksBy: GDG
Posted on: 20-Nov-2017
Progress in underway for the SAFE-10-T project, funded by the European Union, which is being led by GDG.
Posted on: 24-Oct-2017
GDG is currently working on the Barnagh Greenway project in Limerick, where our team has recently completed a desk study, rock face hazard assessment and geotechnical interpretive report.
Posted on: 05-Oct-2017
Filed under: News
It is hard to believe a year has already passed since we moved to our new office in Nutgrove Business Park.
Posted on: 04-Oct-2017
Niall joins Gavin & Doherty Geosolutions’ Dublin office as a Design Engineer working in our renewable energy team.
Posted on: 19-Sep-2017
Leading geotechnical engineering consultancy, Gavin & Doherty Geosolutions (GDG), with offices in Dublin, Belfast, Edinburgh and London, recently acquired SE England based consultancy Applied Geotechnical Engineering (AGE).
Posted on: 15-Sep-2017
Harlene joins Gavin and Doherty Geosolutions’ Dublin office as a Senior Engineering Technician within the Infrastructure team. With over 10 years’ design experience across a broad range of civil engineering and transportation projects in Ireland and Scotland, Harlene extends our existing capabilities in infrastructure design.
Posted on: 12-Sep-2017
Scour is a critical issue that can have devastating impacts on bridges, occasionally leading to complete collapse - Therefore accurate identification of scour development is essential for the safe management of bridge assets. This is a topic that the research team at GDG have been investigating for several years with a view to implementing efficient predictive monitoring regimes that not only identify the presence of scour but also measure the impact the scour is having on the structural performance.
Posted on: 08-Sep-2017
Gavin & Doherty Geosolutions Ltd (GDG) was appointed by BGH Property (Kilcock) to provide a ground movement prediction for a proposed sewer to be installed beneath an Irish Rail line. GDG were working in collaboration with Pat O’Gorman & Associates who were BGH Property’s engineer. GDG’s John O’Donovan and Alban Gorreja carried out a site visit to the proposed site of the sewer.
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