CIRIA events

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CIRIA organises and manages a wide-reaching programme of events each year. These events provide learning and networking opportunities for a wide cross-section of professionals across the construction industry.

From half-day seminars to high-profile international conferences, CIRIA events are tailored to the needs of its members and the wider industry and continuously seek to address the emerging topics and agendas of the day. Our events programme includes over 50 CPD accredited CIRIA network events each year, which are free for CIRIA members.
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13/12/2019Culvert, screen and outfall manual - New CIRIA guidanceThis webinar will provide an overview of the new CIRIA manual on culverts, screens and outfalls, the scope of which incorporates four previous documents on culverts, trash and security screens and drainage outfalls....WebinarPROJ
17/12/2019Collaboration to become more water resilient in NewcastleImproving water resilience and delivering better water management is very tricky to deliver alone. Collaboration between organisations and different disciplines is essential to deliver multiple benefits. This free webinar will discuss the use of a Learnin...WebinarPROJ
19/12/2019Better water management through the planning systemThis webinar will mark the launch of the new guidance: ´Delivering better water management through the planning system’; engaging guidance on how the planning system can enable integrated water management....WebinarPROJ
14/01/2020Mobilising Communities for AdaptationLiving with Water and the University of Sheffield have been working with communities to really try to understand current feelings about flooding and learn about their desires to use raintanks to contribute to reducing local flood risk....LondonPROJ
30/01/2020Managing asbestos in soil - ten years on, what is new?This event will give an overview of how we are managing asbestos in soil and launch the first app, Asbestos Site Aid, to support site workers when they spot potential asbestos containing materials on sites...LondonNTWK