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ICE East Midlands: Keadby Terminal Assisted Outfall

Event organised by ICE

Date
20 February 2024
Time
18:00 - 19:30 GMT
Location
The Collection
1 Danes Terrace
Lincoln, LN2 1LP
United Kingdom

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Overview

Join the ICE East Midlands Lincolnshire Branch for a technical overview of the refurbishment of the Keadby pumping station.

Phil Walker BSc CEng MICE, civil chief engineer at Binnies UK, will discuss the flood risk management strategy for the Isle of Axholme.

15,761 properties and critical infrastructure were at risk if the Keadby pumping station failed. Through collaboration and innovation, the project team realised £12m of savings through the re-use of existing assets.

Phil will discuss how this was achieved and managed and how the pumping station remained operational throughout the refurbishment.

Join this event to learn about the challenges and solutions as well as the environmental benefits that the refurbishment of the Keadby pumping station provided. This event is a great opportunity for those with an interest in flood resilience. 

Programme

18:00 - 18:30

Arrive for light refreshments

18:30 - 18:35

Introduction

18:35 - 19:15

Presentation

19:15 - 19:30

Questions and thanks

Speaker

Phil Walker

Phil Walker

Binnies UK

civil chief engineer

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Phil Walker

Phil is the design project manager and engineering manager for the Keadby project. Phil is a chartered civil engineer with over 35 years’ experience working in the Water industry.

Phil has site supervision experience of wastewater treatment projects and water mains rehabilitation projects.

During his career he has been involved in a large variety of projects, including stakeholder engagement and contract administration for a variety of clients including the Environment Agency, Water companies and privately owned companies.