Nick Sartain has nearly 20 years of experience in geotechnical design including earthworks, foundations, slope engineering, seismic engineering and geotechnical risk assessment. Much of his recent work was on linear infrastructure projects in the UK and overseas where he variously acted as designer, checker and design manager. He is now the Lead Geotechnical Engineer at HS2 where he is responsible for the specification, integration and assurance of geotechnical work-streams on the project.
The HS2 approach to land quality
This seminar will discuss some of the challenges faced by HS2 in respect of land quality along the route, and the approach that will be followed in addressing these issues on the largest infrastructure project in the UK.
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