Assessing and planning for resilient critical infrastructure
Series overview & outputs
20 October 2016, London
This event, the first in a series by CIRIA examining issues of
infrastructure and resilience for the UK, introduced approaches to
reducing the vulnerability of infrastructure to extreme weather and
natural hazards; infrastructure adaptation planning; and embedding
capacity and knowledge in organisations.
CIRIA Winter Reception
23 November 2016, London (exclusive Member only event)
CIRIA's winter reception provided an opportunity to meet and network with
other CIRIA members and discuss our latest proposals, projects and
publications with project managers. Our 2016 reception saw a Member spotlight presentation from HS2, focused on integrating resilience.
Finding a common approach to resilience
25 January 2017, CH2M offices, London
This workshop facilitated cross-sector
discussion on the four components of infrastructure resilience, the
practicability of high-level Government policies and harmonisation of
common approaches to resilience.
CIRIA's Infrastructure Resilience series - the story so far (Members exclusive)
22 February 2017, Online
This webinar provided members with an update on the infrastructure and resilience series including insights and findings on assessing and planning for resilient critical infrastructure as well as defining standards and common approaches for resilience.
Infrastructure interdependence in practice
21 March 2017, London
This webinar considered infrastructure interdependence and the assessement of interactions between third party-assets, knowledge of cascade effects and the management of interdependencies in practice.
Justifying investment in resilience
26 April 2017, Arup offices, London
The fifth instalment of CIRIA’s infrastructure resilience event series ‘Justifying investment in resilience’ examined the drivers for investing in resilient infrastructure and provided a platform for practitioners to share approaches to building robust business cases.