Infrastructure interdependence in practice

This event will explore infrastructure interdependence and consider the assessment of interactions between third party-assets, knowledge of cascade effects and the management of interdependencies in practice.

Please note, due to unforeseen circumstances this event will now be run as a webinar. 


Background 
The penulitmate event in CIRIA's Infrastructure Resilience series showcases the management of interdependencies at Gatwick Airport Ltd. while offering International insights on the management of cascade impacts and how to apply risk tools developed from the INTACT project.

This event is the fourth in a series of seminars and workshops focusing on infrastructure and resilience. To find out more about this series please visit our Infrastructure and resilience series page or contact Lee.kelly@ciria.org

Programme 
14.00     Welcome and introduction
Lee Kelly, CIRIA

14.10     Management of interdependencies in practice
Matthew Kent, Engineering Manager, Gatwick Airport 

14.35   Flood resilient sea and airports, with focus on the cascade effects of 3rd
party assets -  
Nanco Dolman, Leading Professional Water Resilience in Urban Areas –
Water, Royal HaskoningDHV 

15.00     Cascading impacts and outputs from the INTACT project
Andrew Tagg, Technical Director – Flood Management, HR Wallingford 

15.25     Panel debate and Q&A 

15.40     Chair summary 

15.45     Close

Who should attend 
Engineers and asset managers working in resilience planning, risk assessment, adaptation planning

When 
21 March 2017
14.00 - 15.45

Fees 
FREE to CIRIA members 
£35 +VAT for all other attendees 

Booking
If you are having problems registering for this event online please contact Patrick Williams on 020 7549 3300 or email patrick.williams@ciria.org.
21/03/2017 - 21/03/2017
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