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Andy Johnson will give an insight into the strategic and economic need for a New Tees Crossing and the early development work undertaken by Tees valley Combined Authority to assess the potential “long list” of options which have been considered. He will also outline the development of the scheme options as the project advanced through Highways England’s Project Control Framework Stages 1 & 2, where potential options were assessed in both economic and environmental terms and wider benefits leveraged to increase the potential BCR’s, to allow the project team to arrive at the current likely preferred option, the A19 Tees Viaduct Capacity Enhancement Option.
The talk will take place in the main lecture theatre, Stephenson Building, Teesside University. For location see https://www.tees.ac.uk/docs/docrepo/about/CampusMap.pdf
For parking around the university see https://www.middlesbrough.gov.uk/parking-roads-and-footpaths/parking-permits-and-penalty-charge-notices/middlesbrough-town-centre-parking-map
This event could broaden your knowledge and skills, and develop personal qualities hence count towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
Please utilise the booking system, non-ICE members can sign in as guests.
This event is jointly organised with IStructE and CIHT.
Andy is a Chartered Civil Engineer, an Associate Director at Arup and leads the highways business in the North East. Andy is the Project Director for the New Tees Crossing project on behalf of Tees Valley Combined Authority and the Tees Valley Mayor. In his role he leads an integrated delivery team comprising representatives from all five local authorities, Highways England, Jacobs, Fore and Arup.
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