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Please note that the time shown above is UK time, this event will be held 07:00-08:15 NZ time on 25 June 2020.
The Environment Agency (UK) has reset its current framework to deliver its programme of work around a modern set of drivers and is also looking to future carbon goals. As the UK’s lead water agency, the Environment Agency recognises the need to build for a resilient future, especially for extreme events. Part of the way they are looking to achieve this is by taking an Asset Management approach and using Project 13 to help develop contractual agility to plan and commission such a step change.
Tom Brown, as Jacobs Client Account Manager for Environment Agency (UK), shares his ideas on how flood risk management must evolve to become more resilient whist striving to achieve net zero carbon.
The case study will be presented by Tom during the Institution of Civil Engineers NZ Project 13 Community of Practice meeting – refer attached flyer for full agenda.
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