Posted on: 08-Feb-2018
Paul Doherty and William Brown represented GDG at the MRIA conference in Dublin last Friday the 2nd February 2018.
Posted on: 29-Jan-2018
GDG is delighted to have been accepted as an approved employer with the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE). This means that technicians and engineers who wish to avail of the ICE’s Initial Professional Development scheme can now do so with GDG in order to become chartered with the institution. GDG’s John O’Donovan was also approved as a Supervising Civil Engineer and Mentor with the ICE.
Posted on: 05-Jan-2018
Ireland is not on track to meet binding Renewable Energy Targets or binding Emissions Reduction Targets in Agriculture/Transport/Heat, and missing these targets will cost the country millions. Wind energy is currently the largest contributing resource of renewable energy in the country and plays a crucial role in Ireland’s strategy to meet its targets.
Posted on: 02-Jan-2018
GDG, working with Sigma Civil, successfully developed an accurate pile induced ground movement analysis for a complex site in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Posted on: 21-Dec-2017
Earlier this month, a workshop for the DESTINATION RAIL project was held in Ljubljana, Slovenia, where a beta version of the Decision Support Tool (DST) was presented to stakeholders.
GDG participates in the “Sustainable Growth in the Atlantic Area: H2020 – A Key investment driver” eventBy: GDG
Posted on: 18-Dec-2017
GDG’s Head of Innovation, Dr Julie Clarke spoke at the “Sustainable Growth in the Atlantic Area: H2020 – A Key investment driver” event, which took place last Tuesday, December 12 at the Marine Institute, Galway.
Posted on: 12-Dec-2017
LEANWIND (Logistic Efficiencies And Naval architecture for Wind Installations with Novel Developments) was an FP7 4-year project Funded by the European Union that started in December 2013, led by a diverse 31-partner consortium.
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.
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