Region: London

Date: Friday 17th November 2017
Time: 08:30am Breakfast for 09.00am start
Venue: WSP House, Chancery Lane, WC2A 1AF


Nearest Underground Station: Chancery Lane

Getting the best out of asset management to improve network resilience and capacity from climate change and severe weather events are key challenges affecting transport resilience, they have the potential to re-write current road network management and maintenance thinking.

This free seminar, in association with CIHT London, is presented by Tarmac and WSP UK and examines the resilience challenges to our highway network, from climate change, society, resources, skills and technology, and our ability to future proof our highway assets. It is part of a series of series of roadshows exploring this key issue in discussion with CIHT members across the UK.


Full Programme Details are as follows:

08.30am: Registration  - Breakfast and refreshments available

09.00am: Welcome - Philip Loy, CIHT London committee

09.10am: Future Ready - The concept of Future Ready and the importance of foresight and flexibility in our highway design and maintenance, David Symons – Head of Sustainability, WSP

09.40am: Q&A

09.50am: Asset Management Resilience - We discuss integrated asset management solutions designed to manage today’s highways and road network maintenance, Harvey Cullen – General Manager Highway Services, Tarmac and Andy Shuttlewood - Director of Materials, Tarmac

10.20am: Q&A and Roundup

10.30am: Close


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