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20 JUNE 2013
This talk will now take place in July and 'The West Quay Collapse, Bridgwater:Emergency Stabilisation & Reconstruction' talk originally scheduled for 18th July will now be going ahead on 20th June.
Sincere apologies for any inconvenience.
Please click here for more information on the newly scheduled lecture.
There is an AGM from 6 - 6.30 pm prior to this event. New members are welcome.
Douglas Oakervee will be hosting a presentation on High Speed 2 (HS2), the UK’s new high speed rail network which is being designed and built to resolve impending capacity issues for both passengers and freight on existing routes, particularly the West Coast Main Line (WCML).
24 JUNE 2013
Richard Storer, Area Communications Manager, East, Crossrail presents
Ground engineering , Transport
Transport infrastructure assets are expected to have long service lives, with increasing pressure to extend them even further, in spite of higher loading and environmental demands. Yet their design has traditionally been based on relatively simple and idealised models and conditions, which are often difficult to adhere to, even at the beginning of their life.
Management , Public affairs , Transport
This event, which is part of a programme of lectures being run by ICE London throughout 2013 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of London Underground, is now FULLY BOOKED.
The event is being run in association with Tube150, Bechtel and RCEA (Railway Civil Engineers Association).
If you wish to be added to the waiting list, in case a place becomes available, please email your details - full name, email address and membership number - to Nalini.Solanki@ice.org.uk .
You are also able to watch this event live on line at www.ice.org.uk/lectures - please register at least 15 minutes before the lecture begins.
Municipal engineering , Transport
25 JUNE 2013
Portsmouth City Council is building a new motorway junction on the M275, an adjacent 663-space car park & ride facility and a southbound bus priority lane. This project is a keystone in regeneration plans for both Tipner and Portsmouth as a whole and now you can sign up for a site visit
Associated society member , Member , Non-member
South East England
26 JUNE 2013
Project Manager David Huckstep and Design Manager Zach Collins have kindly agreed to show members around this interesting local project and describe the ongoing works.
East Of England
27 JUNE 2013
The presentation will explain how this was addressed through a new form of contract and a new approach to the actual development and formation of the Alliance, built upon common principles, shared values and behaviours and actively adopting a ‘one contract, best for programme’ mentality.
Associated Societies , Transport
3 JULY 2013
Taylor Woodrow Project Manager Richard Wall-Morris and client Crossrail have kindly agreed to allow members to visit this extremely interesting project and witness the on-going works.
Ground engineering , Structures and buildings , Transport
TPS West Midlands in partnership with the Department for Transport (DfT), Centro and Mott MacDonald invite you to attend this year’s transport debate which will provide an overview of the LSTF nationally, bid requirements, any anticipated future changes to the LSTF and how the LSTF is being utilised in the West Midlands. We have a comprehensive panel lined up for this year’s event with Philipp Thiessen (Head of Appraisal Scrutiny, DfT), Sandeep Shingadia (Sustainability and Programmes Manager, Centro) and Nick Richardson (Projects Director, Mott MacDonald and TPS Chair).
5 JULY 2013
The ICE London State of the Nation: Transport Briefing launch at City Hall, The Queen's Walk, London SE1 2AA, is on Friday 5 July 2013 from 8.30 am to 10.30 am with guest speaker Isabel Dedring, Deputy Mayor of London. This launch is sponsored by Darren Johnson, Green Party Member of the London Assembly.
9 JULY 2013
HS2 is constantly in the news headlines. The Chairman of HS2 Ltd, Doug Oakervee, will explain some of the challenges facing the Company
Management , Transport
16 JULY 2013
When James Newlands (1813-1871) arrived in Liverpool in January 1847 to take up the newly created position of Borough Engineer, he formed, along with Dr William Henry Duncan (Medical Officer of Health) and Thomas Fresh (Inspector of Nuisances), Britain’s first public health team.
Health and safety , Historical engineering , Municipal engineering , Public affairs , Structures and buildings , Transport , Waste management , Water
16 SEPTEMBER 2013
HS2 presents an opportunity to invest in a new railway that is fit for the 21st century – significantly increasing capacity, strengthening connectivity between our city-regions and boosting the UK economy in the long term.
17 SEPTEMBER 2013
Transport Conference 2013
Environment & Sustainability , Transport
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