Young CEDA to hold Thames Dredging event in London in FebruaryDredging Organisations // January 17, 2017
Young CEDA UK is to hold an event looking at 'Thames Dredging Opportunities - Perspectives from Regulators, Enviromentalists, Contractors and Surveyors' on 22 February in London.
The event is open to all and is free. Non-CEDA members are welcome. Through this seminar Young CEDA UK will facilitate a lively and relevant seminar on Dredging Opportunities for the River Thames, aimed at anyone working or studying in a related field. Through questions at the end of the sessions we hope that both young and experienced professionals will be able to discuss the topics covered and conversations can be continued during the breaks. This will also be a superb opportunity to network with fellow professionals.
Keynote Speaker: Dr Ian Selby, Head of Minerals and Infrastructure, The Crown Estate
Opportunities for the Marine Resource
Alex Mortley, Conservancy Manager, Port of London Authority
Dredging – a means to discover our maritime heritage
Steve Massey: Divisional Business Manager, Land and Water
Wandle Weir Case Study
The session will then be split with refreshments and a tour of the Flume Modelling Facilities at UCL, led by Prof. Richard Simons. 15:00 – 16:00
Katie Read, Environmental Coordinator, Dredging International
Operational Environmental Monitoring
Jeremy Littlejohn, Estimator, Boskalis Westminster Limited
Ecological Enhancement from Dredged Materials
Session Questions and Close (17:00).
To book your free place, please register at Eventbrite via the link or search ‘Dredging’ or ‘Young CEDA’ on the Eventbrite website. Alternatively, you can send an email to confirm your attendance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include in your email: your name, email address, and whether, or not, you are a CEDA member.
The event takes place at University College London, Malet Place Egineering Building, Room 1.02, 22 February 2017, 13.00.