When it comes to route planning for new linear infrastructure, understanding the prevailing ground conditions is of critical importance.
Ground modelling creates a 3D representation of the subsurface of the earth, and provides critical information that can be used to ensure the route for new infrastructure is optimised.
In this webinar, experts in ground modelling will explain what exactly a ground model is, how it is created, and how we can improve the outlook for future infrastructure projects by incorporating ground modelling practices.
We’ll also hone in on the benefits of adopting the IAEG C25 Guidelines for the development of a digital 3D ground model on a major infrastructure project, with exclusive case study insights.
Richard Lowries, Customer Solutions Specialist, Seequent
Adelaide Fielden, Engineering Geologist, Aurecon