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  • See how well current methods for maintaining transport infrastructure work.

    Maintaining Transport Structures incorporating ICE North East Regional AGM, Middlesbrough

    9 February, 2016 | 16:45 - 20:00

    H0.53, Centuria Building, Teesside University, Borough Rd, Tees Valley, Middlesbrough, United Kingdom, TS1 3BA
    Graham Yates, the new ICE North East Regional Chairman will give his discussing how well methods for maintaining Transport Structures have worked and elaborate on new techniques being developed. Richard McGuckin will also discuss the primary link between ICE and the Northern Powerhouse.
  • Artist’s impression of the new Academy building

    Site visit to Inverness Royal Academy construction, Inverness

    9 February, 2016 | 17:00 - 19:00

    Inverness Royal Academy, Culduthel Road, Inverness, United Kingdom
    Evening visit to the nearly completed new School serving the South of Inverness.
  • Can London survive without its metro system?

    Can London survive? The city's dependence on its metro, London

    9 February, 2016 | 17:15 - 18:15

    Room 164 Skempton Building , Imperial College, Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London, United Kingdom, SW7 2AZ
    The lecture will characterise London's growth and how the Underground has enabled the city's meteoric expansion.   It will also explore current infrastructure schemes and the challenges of delivery whilst keeping London moving. Finally, future challenges for London and its Tube and how technology and innovation might influence the future will be addressed.
  • Finding an option to repair concrete.

    Durable Concrete Repair solutions using Sacrificial Galvanic Anodes, Perth

    9 February, 2016 | 17:30 - 20:00

    Rigby’s Bar and Bistro upstairs function room, 221 St George Terrace, Perth, Australia
    This presentation will discuss a number of causes of spalling concrete and a few of the methods currently available for the repairing some of these situations. One area that continues to grow is the use of Sacrificial Galvanic Anodes into the concrete and how they can protect against the formation of the Incipient anodes extending the life of the concrete adjacent to the patch repair and increasing the durability of the structure.
  • Recently completed, the second Penang bridge, Malaysia

    The second Penang bridge, Dartford

    9 February, 2016 | 18:00 - 20:00

    Hilton Dartford Bridge (Swanley Room), Masthead Close, Crossways Business Park, Dartford, United Kingdom, DA2 6QF
    An overview of the design & construction of this stunning 22km long structure in Penang, Malaysia
  • Find out everything you need to know about becoming a member of ICE.

    ICE Membership: everything you ever wanted to know, Plymouth

    9 February, 2016 | 18:00 - 20:00

    Devonport Lecture Theatre, Portland Square Building, Plymouth University, Plymouth, United Kingdom, PL4 8AA
    This presentation will cover everything you want to know about the obtaining or progressing your membership of the Institution of Civil Engineers.
    • Cost: Free
    • Event type: Lecture
    • Event organiser: ICE
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  • A look into the mega project for Thames Tideay Tunnel in London.

    Thames Tideway Tunnel: The genesis of a collaborative mega project, London

    9 February, 2016 | 18:30 - 20:00

    Tideway Offices, The Point, 4th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, London, United Kingdom, W2 1AF

    Please note: this event is now fully booked.

    Tideway is the name of the company delivering the Thames Tideway Tunnel a major new sewer, urgently needed to help protect the tidal Thames from increasing pollution. The project was originally promoted by Thames Water who obtained planning permission via a Development Consent Order process in 2014.
  • James Brindley was an English engineer from Derby.

    Celebrating James Brindley, Manchester

    9 February, 2016 | 18:30 - 20:30

    Renold Building, University of Manchester, Sackville Street, Manchester, United Kingdom, M1 3BB
    Dr Nevell, MCIfA, FSA will deliver a presentation on the engineering achievements of James Brindley. Join us as we celebrate Brindley’s 300th Birthday this year.
  • A talk on flood risk management across the country and focussing on Staffordshire.

    Flood Risk Management in a changing landscape, Chesterfield

    9 February, 2016 | 18:30 - 20:00

    AECOM Office , Basil Close, Chesterfield, United Kingdom, S41 7SL
    Free-to-attend evening meeting looking at Flood Risk Management nationally and in focus in Staffordshire.

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