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From flooding to shipping, from climate change to renewable energy, HR Wallingford’s internationally-recognised specialists provide smart solutions to complex water-based challenges.
They have world class physical modelling and ship simulation facilities at Wallingford, Oxfordshire, which they use to design and optimise port development, coastal infrastructure, marine renewable energy and hydraulic structure projects. Recent projects include developing early warning systems for tailings dam failures, design of a new harbour at Aberdeen, research in to the impact of underwater noise and deep sea mining and the San Antonio Port development in Chile. More information on their modelling and simulation facilities can be found at: www.hrwallingford.com/facilities/
The programme for the visit will include:
A unique opportunity for those interested in water or coastal projects.
There is a coffee shop and restaurant on site for refreshment.
This event may be considered for contributing to a recognised Continuing Professional Development (CPD) scheme as part of personal development. Delegates should check their individual scheme requirements.
We will meet at the site at 10:30, all delegates will be responsible for making their own way to the site.
If driving from London, take M4 to junction 8/9, follow A404 (M) towards Henley, continue onto A404 (A4130) and then A4130 towards Henley (Wallingford). At the roundabout near Wallingford (where A4074 is signed towards Oxford), continue on A4130 (The Street) turn right into Benson Lane at next roundabout and turn left after ½ mile into entrance for Howbery Park.
It is possible to travel to Wallingford from London by a GWR Swansea train from Paddington to Reading (25min), change to a GWR Oxford train to Cholsey (18min) and take a 136 Thames Travel bus to Howbery Park (16min).
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