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Artificial Ground Freezing: a reliable technology in tough ground conditions

Event organised by The British Geotechnical Association

Date
27 September 2022
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Overview

Artificial Ground Freezing has been successfully applied on many ground engineering and tunnelling projects all over the world in the last few decades. It is recognised as a reliable and environmentally-friendly method of ground improvement to enable the safe excavation and construction of underground structures. The growing demand to improve urban public transport and infrastructure has increased the need to work in difficult ground conditions under complex existing structures.

The presentation will give a historic overview and explain the working principles of ground freezing. It will run through every step, from ground investigation to design and execution. Finally, case studies of recent international freezing projects will be presented.

Speaker

Christian Perl

Christian Perl

Züblin Ground Engineering and Tunneling

senior project manager

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Christian Perl

Christian Perl is the group’s leading specialist for ground freezing at Züblin Ground Engineering and with 20 years of experience in the construction industry and 15 years in ground freezing techniques. Christian is a Civil Engineer who has worked on several complex inner-city infrastructure projects for extremely demanding Clients and has been responsible for design management, procurement, planning, package management, on-site delivery, and quality management, all whilst ensuring high levels of health and safety are upheld.

For more information please contact:

Shelly-Ann Russell