Future of Floods


Prevention, prediction and sustainable flood solutions

New Civil Engineer is delighted to present the 17th Future of Floods conference, which for 2021 will be again virtual. Join us on 24 June to discover the biggest changes to Floods and Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) strategy, the impact of technology on prevention and best practice from flood schemes across the UK.

Make sure you tune in to hear from project leads  and how they are using data to enhance and revolutionising the flood management sector.

Whether you are a Lead Local Flood Authority looking for alternative strategies in flood management, an engineer seeking to discover the latest technologies and design or a supplier wanting to understand the landscape and pipeline of work, this is the event for you!

Make sure you don’t miss out on the knowledge, best practise, and key business contacts you can make by taking just one day out of the virtual office.





Organisations that attended in 2020 include:

Aecom, Anglian Water, Arcadis, Balfour Beatty, BAM Nuttall, Cambridgeshire County Council, City of Edinburgh Council, COWI UK, Cumbria County Council, Devon County Council, Environment Agency, Essex County Council, Highways England, Isle of Wight Council, Jacobs, Leeds City Council, Morgan Sindall, National Grid, Network Rail, Office of Public Works, RPS, Turner & Townsend, VolkerStevin, Yorkshire Water




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 key clients, engineers and authorities. Take advantage of virtual networking with a targeted audience of senior decision makers in the industry. With a range of commercial opportunities from virtual exhibition booths to bespoke roundtables and thought leadership sessions, we can tailor a package to suit your needs.

For more information on tailored sponsorship packages, please contact:

Francis Barham
T: 020 3953 2912
E: francis.barham@emap.com




Headline Sponsor



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