• ICE North West's Volunteer of the Year, Jason Hyde.
    • Recorded lecture
    • 17 April 2019

    Volunteering - all it takes is 4% of your time

    Jason Hyde, ICE North West's Volunteer of the Year, explains how little it takes to make a massive impact on the future of the civil engineering profession.

    Spillweirs Large and Small: Designing for Reservoir Floods, Belfast
  • What is the cost of replacing our ageing infrastructure?
    • Recorded lecture
    • 15 April 2019

    Achieving sustainable clean water infrastructure for all

    How do we effectively build resilience, efficiency and adaptability into our systems, networks and catchments to ensure we all receive clean water, sustainably? Professor Joby Boxall, leader of the TWENTY65 consortium, discusses how that consortium is addressing these issues.

    Spillweirs Large and Small: Designing for Reservoir Floods, Belfast
  • Pipework replacement
    • Recorded lecture
    • 15 April, 2019

    Talybont Reservoir – innovations in pipework replacement, London

    The presentation will cover the application of modern technology and innovative approaches which successfully led to the full replacement of the supply and scour pipework and valves at Talybont Reservoir in South Wales, formed by a 30m high embankment dam. It will explain how the use of siphons were able to maintain supply and compensation water throughout the duration of the construction during one of the driest summers on record in the UK.

    Spillweirs Large and Small: Designing for Reservoir Floods, Belfast