Skip to content

What is Inclusive Design? Accounting for the needs of all in the public realm

Event organised by ICE

21 July 2022
18:00 - 19:30 BST (GMT+1)
Add to Calendar 21-07-2022 18:00 21-07-2022 19:30 false GMT What is Inclusive Design? Accounting for the needs of all in the public realm Online,


Register to attend this event online.


Book now


As engineers we have a unique opportunity create an more inclusive built environment, but how do we do this?

Dean Cavanagh from Arup is a specialist in Access and Inclusive Environments and will share his approach to inclusive design.

He will share a range of case studies and show us examples of how civil and structural engineers could influence infrastructure and building projects to be more inclusive.


Dean Cavanagh

Dean Cavanagh



Read more

Dean Cavanagh

Dean joined Arup in 2020 after a long public service career, to join an experienced Access and Inclusive Environments team as a consultant. He is a strong advocate of removing barriers for disabled people within society and the built environment and has significant lived experience as a permanent wheelchair user.

Dean has been involved in campaigning for disabled people’s rights and setting up and chairing disabled staff groups in the public sector for more than two decades.

Dean is the first Co-chair of Connect Ability in the UKIMEA region, which launched in December 2021 and is looking forward to working with staff across all regions in Arup to promote and deliver disability equality.

For more information please contact:

Emily Jalloh