Technical Papers

 

Application of High Strength Geotextile for Soft Soils Embankment
GeoAfrica 2009, Geosynthetica: Engineering with Geosynthetics, Paper No. 318, 1 to 4 September 2009, Cape Town, South Africa.


Study on Consolidation of Estuarine Clay in Northern Queensland

17th Edition of International Symposium on Geotechnical Engineering 2009, Ground Improvement, and Geosynthetics for Sustainable Mitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change including Global Warming, 5 to 9 October 2009, AIT Bangkok, Thailand.


Techniques for reducing risk and increasing safety from rockfalls in open mines in Australia

22nd World Mining Congress 2011, Innovations and Challenges in Mining, 11 to 15 September, Istanbul, Turkey

Seismic Retro-Fit of An Historic Earth Dam Using Grouted Stone Columns
11th Australia New Zealand 2012 Conference on Geomechanics, Ground Engineering in a Changing World, Conference

Proceedings PP.692-697, 15 to 18 July 2012, Melbourne, Australia.

The Consolidation Behaviour Of Alluvial Soft Clay In Gladstone, Central Queensland
Australia Geomechanics Journal, Queensland Geotechnics, Volume 48 No.1 March 2013, NSW, Australia.


Case History of a 9m High RSS Wall in South East Queensland

17th Annual Symposium of AGS Sydney Chapter, Retaining Structures: Recent Advances and Past Experiences, 13 November 2013, Sydney, Australia.


Case Study of Geogrid Reinforced Segmental Retaining Structure

4th International Conference on Geotechnique, Construction Materials and Environment, GEOMATE 2014, 19 to 21 November 2014, Brisbane, Australia.


The Design of a Piled Through Mass Gravity Stone Strong Wall for Canterbury Street, Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild Project

2nd Earth Structures & Retention Conference, ESRC 2014, 27 to 28 May 2014, Sydney, Australia.

Long Term Performance Prediction of Road Embankment on Estuarine Deposits: A Case Study in Southeast Queensland

5th International Conference on Geotechnique, Construction Materials and Environment, GEOMATE 2015, 16 to 18 November 2015, Osaka, Japan.