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With the rise in concerns of water pollution caused by reclamation with the traditional dredging method, Hong Kong’s construction industry is continuously seeking less invasive methods and technologies to be used in reclamation. The Deep Cement Mixing method is a non-dredge method recently applied to various projects in Hong Kong, including the reclamation for Tung Chung New Town Extension.
ICE HKA G&S is honoured to have Prof Masaki Kitazume, professor of Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, to present on the ground improvement technique – Deep Cement Mixing, that imposes little adverse impact on the environment when applied in land reclamation. This method is a deep in-situ admixture stabilisation technique, which its applications and challenges will be highlighted by our speaker.
Registration will be confirmed on a first-come-first-served basis and priority will be given to ICE Graduate and Student Members
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Professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Prof Kitazume is a professor of Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan. He has more than 40 years of experience on soil stabilisation, ground improvement and foundation engineering. Masaki has involved in many local and international land reclamation projects including the reclamation for Tung Chung New Town Extension, Central Japan International Airport etc.
He has also published many academic papers on ground improvement, books on the Deep Mixing Method from Balkema Publishers and Taylor & Francis. He was awarded the Geotechnical Engineering Development award from the Japanese Society of Soil Mechanics and Foundation engineering in 1992 and Continuing International Contribution Awards, Japan Society of Civil Engineers in 2006.
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