Bringing together key individuals working within the civil infrastructure sector, we will be holding a series of activities including round-table meetings, seminars and conferences.
Working collaboratively with infrastructure clients, operators, regulators and other stakeholders, these activities will address challenges faced by the industry and promote joined-up thinking, knowledge sharing and collaborative approaches to these issues.
specific initiatives and innovative approaches to data management in
infrastructure sector, this event will identify new technologies and
processes in capturing, managing and analysing datasets relating
directly to the performance of infrastructure assets.
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19 May 2015, London
16 July 2015, London
This event will examine approaches to reducing the vulnerability of
infrastructure, including the design of resilient infrastructure and
retrofitting or future proofing existing infrastructure.
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Untangling the infrastructure web: the future of integrated and joint asset management in cities
20 November, London
The event will explore the complex interaction between infrastructure systems at
a city and local scale, covering the complex engineering and ownership issues
that arise in the management of legacy assets. Case studies of innovative
approaches to the integrated management of infrastructure assets will be
highlighted. Further details will appear here shortly.
Innovators of tomorrow's infrastructure
19 June, London
The event will provide an opportunity to hear from, and network with,
organisations in the construction supply chain that have adopted innovative
approaches to the delivery of civil infrastructure. Download the presentations from the seminar.
Smart construction and intelligent infrastructure
13 March, London
This event explored the challenges of capturing, storing, managing and exploiting
construction data and features case studies from leading
organisations. Download the presentations from the seminar
Infrastructure risk and resilience to natural hazards
18 September, London
Understanding and managing risks from natural hazards to infrastructure
is a key priority for both infrastructure operators and UK Government.
The construction industry and civil engineering community have a key
role to play in both the design of resilient infrastructure and
returning infrastructure assets and networks to normal service following