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Single licence for Ground Loss program costs 1200 EUR.

We offer discounts for additional licences – See our prices and conditions.

You can simply buy the program Ground Loss in our online shop - securely pay by your credit card or via bank wire transfer.

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Ground loss problem

Cracks in a masonry building due to ground movements

About author

The author, Radko Bucek MSc., Ph.D., is a distinguished expert in the field of underground structures. He gained his abundant experience while working with world-known consultant companies such as Golder Associates, SG-Geotechnika and D2-Consult. Recently he works as the Chief Tunnel Engineer in Mott MacDonald Prague.

In cooperation with company Fine, developer of civil engineering software, the original program has been considerably improved and implemented into professional geotechnical software package GEO.


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The software was used by Austrian company D2-Consult during preparation of underground line „Budapest metro line 4” in Budapest to predict ground settlement and its effects on surrounding buildings.

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Since 2005 the program has been continuously used by company KO-KA for designing collectors in Prague.

Mott MacDonald

Recently the software has been used by company Mott MacDonald, Prague. The author of the program works there as the chief engineer in branch of underground structures.