Why attend?

Virtual Event | 19 November 2020


New Civil Engineer is delighted to present the Future of Floods virtual conference. Join us on 19 November to discover the biggest changes to Floods and Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) strategy, the impact of technology and project best practice from across the UK.

Make sure you attend to tune in to hear current, exciting projects around the UK and how to enhance the use of data to revolutionising the flood management sector.

Similar to a physical event you will hear directly from major industry figures, pose your questions during live Q&A sessions and connect with fellow attendees before and during the week.

Plus unlike a live event, you have the flexibility to tune into as many sessions as you like and you will have access for months after the event to talks you missed or wish to watch again.


Don’t miss New Civil Engineer’s virtual Floods event for the FCERM industry. Bringing together over 120 senior industry leaders for a captivating and thought-provoking content. Make sure you attend to take advantage of:

  • Digital networking opportunities
  • Multiple insightful project case studies
  • Best practise for improving and enhancing your use of data
  • Compelling industry debate on the biggest issues including EA strategy, funding and much more

Whether you are a local council looking for alternative strategies in flood management, an engineer seeking to discover the latest technologies or a consultant 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 office.


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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