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Dominica bridges and tropical storm Erika, Port of Spain

14 July, 2016 | 18:00 - 20:00

One of the undamaged bridges before the storm.
One of the undamaged bridges before the storm.

About this event

The seminar takes place at the President's Box West, Queen's Park Cricket Club, Port-of-Spain.

To register please visit the Doodle link below. Seating is limited (30 persons) so please register early to book your place.

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Mr Anthony Farrell

Mr Anthony Farrell is currently a private consultant. He retired from the practice but with his wealth of knowledge and experience remains a consultant to CEP Limited (formerly Consulting Engineers Partnership).

Mr. Farrell is an old boy of Queen's Royal College. He attended U.W.I, St. Augustine and was amongst the first set of U.W.I graduating class in Engineering in the year 1965. (Prior to that there was a University of London degree).

Since his graduation from University in 1965 and apart from a 15 month stint at the Ministry of Works, Trinidad, he has been employed in various capacities with Consulting Engineers Partnership (formerly David Key & Partners) in Trinidad, Barbados and Dominica rising from Junior Engineer to Director and Senior Director in Trinidad.

In 1969 Mr. Farrell travelled to England to pursue a M.Sc., course in Structures at Leeds University. This was completed with distinction. In 1971 Mr. Farrell moved to Dominica where he was placed in charge of the Dominica office of Consulting Engineers Partnership. He became an associate of the firm in 1972 and a full partner in 1973. Mr. Farrell returned to Trinidad in 1974 to rejoin C.E.P Limited. He has concluded a project to reduce disaster risk in Haiti's health infrastructure working for PAHO/WHO. He is a member of the PAHO disaster mitigation group DiMAG. He has worked on many and varied structural projects including Bridges, Marine Structures and Tall buildings. He has also been an expert witness.

Anthony is a past president (2002) of the Association of Professional Engineers of Trinidad & Tobago (APETT) and was the Chairman of the Caribbean Division (now Caribbean Regional Group) of the Institution of Structural Engineers, (IStructE), 2007 through 2009. He remains active in The IStructE assisting with the organization of conferences, seminars, courses and the schools "Design and Build" competition. He was a local representative of IStructE as part of the Joint Board of Moderators (JBM) accreditation visit for the UWI's Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering which commenced in Nov 2011 and is also the local representative of the IStructE as part of the JBM accreditation visit in May 2016.

Mr Farrell is currently a commissioner in the Commission of Enquiry into the failure of building structures at the Trinidad Government housing complex at the Las Alturas Towers, Morvant, Trinidad.