Estimating Ground Movements

This seminar is about new ways of estimation the effect of ground movements caused by climate, trees and man.

Date: 
Thursday, 22 March, 2018 - 09:30 to 17:30
Location: 
The Ibis Hotel
297 Springvale Road Glen Waverley
Melbourne , VIC
Australia
Victoria AU
Details: 

9:30–10:00am

REGISTRATION    Morning tea served.

10:0-10:30am

Introductions and news.

10:30–11:30am

Rebecca Ramsden - ‘Forensic methods to identify culprit tree/s”.

11.30–12.30am

Tom Seymour – “The risks for engineers relying on or accepting inadequate compaction reports”.

12:30–1:30pm

LUNCH

1.30–2.30pm

Dominic Lopes - ‘Measuring ground movement due to droughts, trees and floods’.

2:30–3:30pm

Dominic Lopes with Kyle Hill   “Case studies of tree drying and rebound foundation movements”.

3.30–4.00pm

AFTERNOON TEA

4.00–5.30pm

WORKSHOP –

Further discussions and questions with the presenter’s and audience introduced topics.

5.30pm

CLOSE

 

Rebecca Ramsden has twenty years’ experience in arboriculture and has run an Australia-wide tree root identification services for 15 years. She has a master in applied Science from the University of Melbourne – “Identification of Invasive Roots using molecular techniques” and a Post Graduate Diploma in Horticulture.

 

THIS SEMINAR CARRIES CPD POINTS AT YOUR ORGANISATION’S DISCRETION.

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