Using Subsurface 3D Modelling for Planning Waterfront Construction in Archaeologically Sensitive Areas
Using Subsurface 3D Modelling for Planning Waterfront Construction in Archaeologically Sensitive Areas

By showing existing historic conditions with utmost clarity, comprehensible to all stakeholders and parties, subsurface 3D modelling leads to the collaborative communication necessary for beneficial project planning.

Determining the Ages of Recent Sediments Using Measurements of Trace Radioactivity
Determining the Ages of Recent Sediments Using Measurements of Trace Radioactivity

Geochronology analyses are used to characterise sediments and sedimentation rates which can help in planning dredging operations.

Reclamations and the Interpretation of Marine Geology in Hong Kong: A Comprehensive Approach
Reclamations and the Interpretation of Marine Geology in Hong Kong: A Comprehensive Approach

Site investigation techniques developed during recent reclamations have created a detailed stratigraphy of Hong Kong which can improve accuracy in planning, design and construction.