How does the railway learn from its mistakes? London

8 December, 2016 | 18:30 - 20:00

Venue address:

10th Floor, East Wing
55 Boardway
London SW1H 0BD
United Kingdom
Find out how the railway learns from its mistakes.
Find out how the railway learns from its mistakes.

About this event

Andrew Boagey will give an illustrated talk, offering an insight into the ways in which we apply the lessons of the past to the challenges of designing and operating railways in the future. Andrew is vice-chair of the RCEA and chair of the Railway Engineers' Forum. He worked in the rail industry since joining British Rail in 1983, as a sponsored civil engineering student.

This event continues the work done by the YRCE in providing CPD opportunities to civil engineers in the railway industry as we approach the end of our very successful first year.

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