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The construction of Butterley Impounding Reservoir under the direction of T&C Hawksley, on behalf of Huddersfield Corporation Waterworks, commenced in August 1891 and was completed in June 1906. The reservoir spillway is a Grade II listed structure of masonry and concrete construction, located on the right hand side of the embankment.
The need for improvements to be made to the spillway had been identified and in June 2013 both planning and listed building applications were submitted for the proposed scheme. The works entailed the construction of a new reinforced concrete spillway within the existing structure and smoothing out of the steep cascades with a gradient similar to that of the existing upper spillway. Elements were incorporated into the design to mitigate the visual impact on the existing structure - lining the raised concrete walls internally in masonry, reusing the coping stones and re-profiling the embankment locally. Works on site commenced in the spring of 2016 and are now complete.
The presentation will focus on four aspects:
The scheme of spillway improvement works won ICE Yorkshire and Humber's Smeaton Award in March 2017 for projects greater than £500,000 and less than £5m.
Stephanie Walden is a chartered member of the Royal Town Planning Institute and was previously a geologist. She is the Land Use Planning Manager at Yorkshire Water.
Andrew Hobson is a chartered member of the Institution of Civil Engineers and is a Supervising Engineer on the DEFRA panel. He is the Senior Project Manager for reservoir projects at Yorkshire Water.
10.30 Coffee and registration
11.00 Talk by Stephanie Walden and Andrew Hobson, followed by questions and discussion
12.45 Bar open and buffet lunch service
To book your place, please email Hugh Allan email@example.com by Friday 6 October 2017.
Tea and coffee will be served at registration for the meeting, at no charge to members. Following the meeting a cash bar and self-service buffet will be available. Let Hugh know when booking what you would like to order, to be paid in cash on the day. The cost for lunch will be £12 per person and £2 for dessert.
Event organised by ICE Yorkshire and Humber's Retired Members' Group (RICE).
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