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Celebrating civil engineering in Kent and Nepal, Hythe

  • Networking
  • Hythe
  • 07 February 2020
  • 17:30 - 20:30
Celebrating civil engineering in Kent and Nepal, Hythe

About this event

The UK and Nepal have a history that has linked us for over 200 years. The Gurkhas have served in many conflicts for the British Army around the world. The Gurkhas were first enlisted into the British Army in 1815; this was three years before the establishment of the Institution of Civil Engineers on the 2 January 1818!

The UK has been the home base of the Gurkhas since 1997. Now many people from the Nepalese community have chosen to settle in the UK. Among them, several engineers are working at various engineering organisations in the UK who have formed a society named the Society of Nepalese Engineers UK (SONEUK).

We are co-hosting this event with the Society of Nepalese Engineers UK (SONEUK) to celebrate the diversity of the civil engineering profession. Patrick Courtney (ICE International Membership Recruitment Manager) will be our host. He will be introducing two interesting talks by Josh Fletcher GMICE and Dr. Binod Lal Amatya.

  • Josh Fletcher GMICE, Rochester Bridge Trust, will be presenting on the Rochester Bridge Trust: ’Its history, its purpose and its future’.
  • Dr Binod Lal Amatya CEng MICE from Arcadis will present on ’Tunnelling and the Underground Metro Rail in Kathmandu, Nepal’

Following the main speakers, there will be a buffet meal featuring delicious Nepalese cuisine so we can continue to celebrate our connections through engineering and food. The cost of the meal is £10 and we ask you to please book your place and make your payment all in one via our website.

Everest Inn

Event venue

Everest Inn
32-34 High Street
Hythe CT21 5AT
United Kingdom

For more information please contact:

Scott Wood

e: [email protected]