Afternoon workshop: 15 November 2017

Bloomsbury Hotel 21 - 22 November 2018

Workshop

13:30

Registration and refreshments

14:00

Facilitator’s opening remarks

14:05

Smart data for project control

  • The challenges of managing the data from biometric site access control
  • Leveraging the data from BIM tools to improve construction performance
  • A reflection on the potential of data on site and where the technology is heading

 

14:25

Efficiencies of BIM in flood defence design: Stonehaven FPS
Identifying the benefits and application of BIM to flood management projects, with a case study focus on the Stonehaven Flood Protection Scheme

14:45

Real-time data and operational modelling for smarter flood forecasting

  • How operational modelling and event modelling can provide flood or risk alerts and the ICEMLive concept
  • Introducing the Wessex Water catchment pilot study in collaboration with the Borough of Poole, Bournemouth Council and RAA
    • Reviewing the process, data sources used, alerts generated and actions taken to mitigate risks in the catchment

 

15:05

Q&A and group discussions – what impact can improved data collection and analysis have on the design and management of flood protection schemes and assets?

15:25
Networking and refreshments break
15:55

Case study: Innovative asset management through 3D imaging in Cumbria

  • The role of 3D imaging to improve asset management in the Cumbrian catchment
  • What were the challenges in the pilot and how were they overcme?
  • The results of the pilot scheme and what it means for the asset management strategy going forward
16:15

Case study: Integrating programme management with asset management on the Thames Estuary
How TEAM2100 are integrating major capital investments into the life cycle management of the Thames Estuary flood defence system.

16:35

Case study: The Application of geocellular structures in stormwater management
A review of how geocellular structures have been integrated into a stormwater management scheme on a key urban development project.

16:55

Q&A and group discussions – where is innovation most needed in flood management?

17:15

Facilitator’s closing remarks and end of workshop

18:00

Roundtable in association with Mott MacDonald (invite only)
Making urban spaces safer, resilient and desirable for sustainable development: the business case for freeing up flood prone land for redevelopment

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