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As part of the Slyfield Area Regeneration Project, Guildford Sewage Treatment Works is being re-located to a new site 1.5km away. Come and hear about the design and construction of the scheme and site progress so far!
The new site will be constructed on land which was previously used as landfill, and alongside construction of the new works the project will also deliver a 1.5km long, 1500m diameter tunnel to transport sewage from Guildford’s existing network. A newly constructed outfall will be used to discharge the treated water back into the River Wey.
The project is being delivered by the BAM-Doosan joint venture and is the first new sewage treatment works built by Thames Water in over 15 years. Please join us for what is sure to be an incredibly interesting event.
Refreshments will be provided – please let us know if you have any dietary requirements.
We would encourage you to attend in person if you feel comfortable, however there will be the capability to join us online if you’d prefer.
Parking is available for free at the venue. More information will be circulated closer to the event.
For further information about this event, to get involved with the TV GSA, or to specify dietary requirements, please email Ruth Marsden: [email protected]
The Gosforth Depot project is a staged demolition of the existing Victorian-era depot and the construction of a new state-of-the-art facility that will service and maintain new rolling stock over the next 35 years.
Join the ICE Manchester branch for a guided tour of the Peak Forest Canal with engineering highlights along the way.
Dr Clive Walmsley will provide an insight CoP26 and reflections on its outcome, principally from a Welsh perspective. In the run up to CoP focus was on climate change, six months later, what impetus has it provided, and how has it influenced our policy and action?