Event Overview

Bloombsbury Hotel 15 - 16 November 2017

Event Overview

New Civil Engineer’s 13th annual Flood Management Forum will bring together all major stakeholders and decision-makers from across the industry to network, share best practice and explore the latest innovative strategies in flood management.
 
3 key reasons to attend this year:
 
3 strategic keynotes
Hear from Defra’s Hazel Durant, the Environment Agency’s Ken Allison and the National Infrastructure Commission’s Matt Crossman on the strategic vision for flood management and its role within the UK’s longer-term economic infrastructure needs.
 
Projects in focus
Take home practical learnings from our spotlight project sessions which will share insight into schemes that are successfully driving partnership funding, innovative engineering, natural flood management and wider catchment approaches.
 
Network with the industry’s decision-makers
Meet with 150+ leaders and influencers from key stakeholders, including Defra, Environment Agency, LLFAs, LEPs, drainage boards, water companies and the entire supply chain, all under one roof.
 

Who Will You Meet

  • DEFRA       
  • LOCAL AUTHORITIES       
  • WATER COMPANIES       
  • COMMUNITY STAKEHOLDER GROUPS       
  • T1 CONTRACTORS       
  • SUB AND SPECIALIST CONTRACTORS       
  • SOFTWARE AND TECHNOLOGY PROVIDERS       
  • ACADEMIA     
  • ENVIRONMENT AGENCY       
  • INTERNAL DRAINAGE BOARDS       
  • LEPS       
  • CONSULTING ENGINEERS       
  • COST CONSULTANTS       
  • PRODUCT MANUFACTURERS AND SUPPLIERS       
  • INSURANCE AND LEGAL PROFESSIONALS    

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2016 Testimonials

Great people with similar aims discussing the future of flood management
Paul Constantine, partnership and strategic overview team leader, Environment Agency
Lively, interactive and moves along at a good pace
Simon Flint, business development manager, Lagan Construction Group
An event to learn about new developments in flood risk management and hear from the experiences of those who have suffered flooding
Sam Dimba, senior officer – flood and coastal erosion risk management, Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council
The event was a great opportunity to meet with and hear the views of Defra and the EA on the future of Flood Risk Management in the UK
Graham Knott, regional director, Aecom

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