Author: Cruickshank, I.

Number of items: 7.

Construction health and safety in coastal and maritime engineering.
Cruickshank, I.and Cork, S.
Technical Report. Thomas Telford . (2005)

Construction risk in coastal engineering.
Simm, J.D.and Cruickshank, I.
Technical Report. Thomas Telford . (1998)

Innovative techniques to reduce or remove the need for a breakwater.
Cruickshank, I.and Tozer, N.P. and Beresford, P.J. and Grey, S.M.
In: PIANC-COPEDEC 2008, 23-28 February 2008, Dubai, UAE. (2008)

Piers, jetties and related structures exposed to waves: guidelines for hydraulic loadings.
McConnell , K.and Allsop, W. and Cruickshank, I.
Technical Report. Thomas Telford . (2004)

Piers, jetties and related structures exposed to waves: guidelines for hydraulic loadings.
Cruickshank, I.and Allsop, W. and McConnell , K.
Technical Report. Thomas Telford . (2004)

The development of Aberdeen Harbour expansion project.
Cruickshank, I.and Young, T. and Young, K. and Alexander, G.
In: ICE Coasts, Marine Structures and Breakwaters 2017, 5-7 September 2017, Liverpool, UK. (2017)

The impact of navigation channels on berth protection.
Grey, S.M.and Cruickshank, I. and Beresford, P.J. and Tozer, N.P.
Civil Engineering, 163 (DOI 10.1680/cien.2010.163.5.49). (2010)

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