Posted on: 13-Feb-2019
Engineers Journal features GDG’s novel solutions for transport infrastructure asset management based on their EU-funded research activities.
Posted on: 06-Feb-2019
Are you affected by ground risk?
Posted on: 04-Feb-2019
GDG, along with collaborators at the Centre for Marine and Renewable Energy Ireland (MaREI), have been awarded a research grant of up to €200,000 by the Marine Institute under their Industry-Led Awards Research Programme. The two year project will comprise a morphodynamic study of the Irish Sea and will include predictive sediment transport modelling that will be used to characterise future seabed changes and to quantify the risk for future offshore wind developments.
Posted on: 13-Nov-2018
GDG's Managing Director, Paul Doherty, is among the chairs of the Wind Energy Science Conference (WESC) 2019. Paul will participate in Theme 7, which is focused on Offshore Wind Energy.
Posted on: 12-Nov-2018
GDG's Dr. Sarah Blake presented at this year's Geoscience 2018 Conference in Dublin Castle on November 6th.
Posted on: 08-Nov-2018
Paul Doherty, GDG's Managing Director presented today at the Offshore Wind Forum 2018 organised by the Irish Wind Energy Association - IWEA.
Posted on: 16-Oct-2018
GDG is delighted to receive a 'highly commended' award at the Keynetix 2018 Geotechnical Data Management Awards in Oxford last night for our work with the Geological Survey of Ireland on the TAGS (Tool for AGS) project.
Posted on: 27-Sep-2018
With Brexit looming, GDG along with 13 other Irish based companies had the pleasure of attending Enterprise Ireland’s Exchange with SSE in Glasgow on the 26th November 2018 which took place as part of the wider Irish trade mission to Scotland.
Posted on: 17-Sep-2018
The use of dynamic pile testing is a sometimes underused resource for assessing the suitability of pile foundations. The tests can be carried out during the pile installation for driven piles or relatively quickly afterwards for bored piles without the complexity of accommodating static load tests.
Posted on: 13-Sep-2018
GDG is delighted to participate in the Civil Engineering Research in Ireland Conference (CERI2018) organised by the Civil Engineering Research Association of Ireland (CERAI).
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