It's not what Wales can do for Welsh civil engineers, it's what we can do for Wales, Cardiff

25 October, 2016 | 18:55 - 19:30

Venue address:

Trevithick Lecture Theatre (T2/09)
Cardiff School of Engineering
The Parade
Cardiff CF24 3AA
United Kingdom
The collaboration circle
The collaboration circle

About this event

The construction industry accounts for approximately 60% of materials use, and approximately 30% of waste arisings. Infrastructure is routinely being replaced with increasing examples of materials being reclaimed and reused. The old model of "take, make and dispose" is changing and the presentation will look at how we can all work together in identifying the resources contained in our infrastructure so that its value can be maximised and retained. Together through collaboration we can provide multiple benefits for the community and the environment.

Tea & coffee will be served in the Common Room at 6.30, before the lecture which starts at 6.55pm.

After the talk, a hot buffet will be served in the Refectory at 8.00pm

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Stephen Lawrence

Stephen Lawrence C Eng CEnv FICE

I am a Chartered Engineer and Environmentalist as a member of both the ICE and CIWEM, and currently a Development Director for engineering and management consultants Mott MacDonald. I am also the Past Chairman of the Association of Consultant Engineers Wales/Cymru. My early career was focused on environmental engineering, remediating contaminated land for economic development. I subsequently became a project manager for civil engineering development projects and waste management. More recently I was the project manager for 9km of tunnel construction and three large underground stations in Kuala Lumpur.