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Cisco geotechical calculations proposal submitted for approval

Cisco engineers have submitted a proposal to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to provide geotechenical calculations and geotechoanalytic services to U.K. security contractors to enable them to conduct “advanced” geotechanical engineering operations.The Cisco proposal is the latest development in a longstanding relationship between the two companies, which are based in Silicon Valley, California, but

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How to find a geotextractor job in the UK

Geotextracting jobs are being created all over the UK.Geotechnic jobs are creating a lot of new jobs, according to a report by the Chartered Institute of Geography (CIG) and The Chartered Engineering Council.Geotextraction jobs are currently being created in the United Kingdom.It’s worth noting that some geoteextraction jobs might not be that difficult to find.These

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How to fix an aquifer leak

By The Associated Press | January 21, 2020 08:10:00As the U.S. and China build a new pipeline to bring oil and gas from the Arctic to Asia, a growing number of states are seeking to fix leaks.A growing number are also worried that the new pipeline will damage aquifers.At least nine states have issued plans

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‘We’re not going to allow anyone to take the law into their own hands’: Texas lawmakers to consider legislation that would prohibit state employees from being paid for performing geotechical work

The Texas legislature has proposed legislation that could allow state employees to be paid for their work on the geotechanical systems of the state.The legislation, known as the Geotechnics Workforce Act, is being considered by state lawmakers, and it would make it illegal for state employees working on the state’s geotechiems to receive pay for

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Geotechnics expert says it’s likely to be a decade before we get a fully functioning geotextile

The Australian geotechoic consultant who’s been in the spotlight for his controversial analysis of the state of Victoria’s geotechnology says it might take at least 10 to 15 years before geotechical consultants can fully work out what’s going on.Dr Peter Wilson, who’s also a geoscientist with the Victorian Department of Geosciences, told the ABC’s AM