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Anglian Water resilience schemes

Event organised by ICE

Date
08 February 2024
Time
18:00 - 19:30 GMT
Location
Anglian Water
Thorpe Wood House
Thorpe Wood Road
Peterborough, PE3 6WT
United Kingdom

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Overview

Water companies have recently submitted 25-year water resources management plans (WRMP) and 5-year business plans for Asset Management Period 8 (covering the period 2025 to 2030).

These plans include proposals for significant new water infrastructure to address climate change, environmental protection and population growth within our region.

The plans envisage maximising the use of existing resources, developing new resources, demand management and upgrades to existing assets – including major new reservoirs - and transfer pipelines.

The presentation will cover the major new reservoirs and transfer pipelines which form part of an upgrade to existing assets.

Speaker

Mark Malcolm FICE CEng MEng

Mark Malcolm FICE CEng MEng

Anglian Water

programme director, major infrastructure

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Mark Malcolm FICE CEng MEng

Having joined the company in 2020, Mark was appointed to develop and lead a portfolio of Anglian Water’s future capital investment projects. These include two multi-billion pound raw water reservoirs planned for the East of England – Fens and Lincolnshire Reservoirs – both currently in the development phase and scheduled to commence construction in the late 2020s.

Another project is the relocation of Cambridge’s waste water treatment plant, scheduled to commence construction in 2024, which when moved will enable a new north-east city district to be created. These schemes are all Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIPs) which follow the Development Consent Order (DCO) planning process.

Prior to Anglian Water, Mark led Black & Veatch’s contracting business in the UK & Europe Region focusing on design/build delivery water and energy clients. From 2005 to 2016 he worked across Australia and New Zealand, primarily leading the water industry activities for the contracting and engineering business Downer in the municipal water and resources/mining sectors. This followed almost a decade with Thames Water in project management, construction and engineering roles.