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This ICE West Midlands Lunch and Learn webinar will cover the design of Highway drainage systems, with a particular focus on the use of linear pre-cast solutions and best practise in design: the hydraulic sizing of the units, structural requirements, and long-term performance through appropriate maintenance provisions.
Combined kerb and drainage systems and linear solutions are now a commonly accepted method of draining highways and other commercial projects. Marshalls is proud to have developed the original pre-cast combined kerb and drainage system, the Beany Block, in the mid-1980s.
Darryl Haigh, Drainage Engineering Manager at Marshalls, will use his extensive experience to explain how these systems can be best used to create robust design solutions which not only are economically favourable, but also consider the long-term performance of the asset after the construction phase.
Drainage Engineering Manager, Marshalls
Darryl has previously worked for a design consultancy and geosynthetic manufacturer, but most of his career has been with Marshalls in a variety of design and technical roles.
At Marshalls, Darryl has worked with designers and contractors on some of the largest infrastructure projects in the UK, giving design and specification advice along with installation and maintenance best practise for our products.
A keen advocate for SuDS usage, he has spent much of his early career designing permeable pavement systems during their infancy in the UK. Darryl is also a member of the Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) and has recently passed his EngTech registration with the Engineering Council.
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