Industry feedback required for constructing a safer coastline

CIRIA is working with the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) to address issues of coastal safety and construction. There is a wide variety of structures and construction materials used in coastal infrastructure in the UK including wooden groynes, rock and concrete breakwaters, sea walls, ports, harbours and the wider developed coastline. It is suspected that a significant number of these incidents could be avoided by modifying construction methods and materials.

CIRIA is undertaking a scoping study to assess the need for, and options for providing or compiling, guidance in this area. We would appreciate any input you can provide.

The survey is aimed at coastal owners and businesses, as well as those professionals involved in commissioning, designing, planning and operating structures and other engineered schemes on the coast.

The survey will take no more than 7 minutes, please follow the link

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