Future of Floods

Inmarsat | 19 November 2020

 

 

Future of Floods conference

New Civil Engineer is delighted to present the Future of Floods conference for the 16th consecutive year! Join us on 19 November to discover the biggest changes to Flood and coastal erosion risk management (FCERM) strategy, the impact of technology and project best practice from across the UK.

Make sure you attend to hear from current exciting projects around the UK and how to enhance the use of data to revolutionising the flood management sector. Whether you are looking to improve your use of data, learn from large projects or discover the Environment Agency’s priorities for 2021, the Future of Floods conference is the industry event not to be missed! 

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WHY ATTEND

Whether you are a contractor, consultant or supplier, make sure you join us at The Future of Floods 2020 conference

 

PROGRAMME

The 2020 programme provides a strategic overview of the flood management industry, UK and international project updates, debates the biggest sector challenges and explores the transformative role of technology

 

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Don't delay - secure your place at this year's Future of Floods conference to join the industry leaders on 19 November

 
 

 
 

WHO ATTENDS?

Organisations that attended in 2019 include:

Anglian Water, Arcadis, Arup, Canal an River Trust, Committee on Climate Change, East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Environment agency, River Thames Scheme, Royal HaskoningDHV, SEPA

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Sponsorship Opportunities

The Future of Floods is an established conference in the industry providing a unique future opportunity and is a great place to raise your company’s profile and highlight your success in front of the industry’s largest clients. Take advantage of intimate networking with a targeted audience of senior decision makers in the industry. With a range of commercial opportunities from exhibiting to bespoke roundtable dinners, we can tailor a package to suit your needs.

To discuss partnership opportunities, please contact Francis Barham on 020 3953 2912 or email francis.barham@emap.com

 

 

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