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Overview of vehicle restraint systems

Event organised by ICE

Date
26 June 2024
Time
18:00 - 19:30 BST (GMT+1)
Location
Nottingham Trent University
Dryden building
Dryden Street
Nottingham, NG1 4FZ
United Kingdom
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Overview

ICE East Midlands Nottingham Leicester and Derby Branch will be joined by Nigel Bullock, head of solutions at Hill and Smith Infrastructure for an overview of vehicle restraint systems (VRS). 

Vehicle restraint systems work to absorb and decrease the force of a crashing vehicle. During the presentation Nigel Bullock will discuss road safety technology, the testing, applications, and early engagement embracing digital design and minimising construction risk while achieving best value VRS design. This presentation will cover how early engagement, embracing digital design supports best value VRS design and helps manage construction risk during project delivery.  

This event, which will be held both in person and online will provide an excellent opportunity for those with an interest in vehicle restraint systems. 

Venue

Nottingham Trent University
Dryden building
Dryden Street
Nottingham
NG1 4FZ

Speaker

Nigel Bullock

Nigel Bullock

Hill and Smith Infrastructure

head of solutions

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Nigel Bullock

Nigel Bullock has been head of solutions at Hill and Smith Infrastructure since 2019. Nigel has a passion for road safety, particularly for the use of life saving vehicle restraint systems (VRS) technologies and his career has been in the highway safety industry. Nigel has introduced new road safety products into North and South America, and other international markets.

For more information please contact:

Rachel Campbell

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