Engineers and consenting nationally significant infrastructure projects: The role of engineers in the DCO process, London

14 September, 2017 | 18:30 - 20:00

Venue address:

Pinsent Masons
30 Crown Place
Earl Street
London EC2A 4ES
United Kingdom
A look at the DCO process.
A look at the DCO process.

About this event

This is a legalistic process, but also one that relies heavily on the input of civil engineers. Engineers create statutorily required documentation, inform the compulsory acquisition and environmental choices that are made to help facilitate the project, and undertake the work to envisage detailed methodologies at a preliminary design stage.

This talk will explain the complex DCO process, focussing on the role of engineers, so that you can understand the framework in which your work will make a difference to clients as they move through it.

This talk will contribute to ICE Development Objectives/Attributes focused on project management and engineering.

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Speakers

Matthew Fox

Matthew Fox

Solicitor, Pinsent Masons
Matthew's work is focused on major infrastructure projects, all of which have involved working predominantly with engineers. Projects he has been or is currently involved with include:

  • Heathrow Runway 3
  • Silvertown Tunnel
  • Norwich NDR
  • Lowestoft Third Crossing
  • Wolverhampton CC Tram Extension
  • A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon
  • Port of Tilbury Extension
  • Lowestoft Third Crossing
  • Upper Orwell Crossings
  • Birmingham CC Tram Extension

George Wilson

George Wilson

Associate, Pinsent Masons
George specialises in advising clients on the consenting of major infrastructure schemes, particularly in the transport sector. Projects he has been or is currently involved with include:

  • Heathrow Runway 3
  • Silvertown Tunnel
  • Wolverhampton CC Tram Extension
  • A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon
  • Port of Tilbury Extension
  • Birmingham CC Tram Extension
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