Event Organiser: ICE

Walking Tour, Liverpool

Free

  • Social
  • Liverpool
  • 13 October 2018
  • 11:00 - 14:00
Hear how civil engineers helped shape the city.

About this event

Engineering decisions of the past brought Liverpool to pre-eminence as the second city of the British Empire. Engineering also solved the problems created by unprecedented population density, sanitation requirements, and the needs of international transport of people and goods.

The tour will take in many buildings and sites in and around the city centre which are of engineering interest. A free drink and a small meal at the Ship & Mitre is included, following the tour.

Booking is essential – first come first served basis, please, contact Terry McCormick on Terence.mccormick@ramboll.co.uk

Venue:  Meeting near to the Cenotaph outside St George’s Hall (facing Lime Street Station)
Time:  11 am

The route is based on the details which can be downloaded

Organised by ICE Merseyside Branch and ICE Graduates & Students as part of ICE's bicentenary celebrations.

Speakers

Terry McCormick from Ramboll

Register your attendance

To book your place, simply click the 'book now' button below and follow the onscreen instructions. If you experience any issues, please contact the event administrator: lauren.moczulski@ice.org.uk.

Venue

Cenotaph
Outside St George's Hall
St George's Place
Liverpool L1 1JJ
United Kingdom
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For more information please contact:

Lauren Moczulski

e: lauren.moczulski@ice.org.uk

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