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Resilient Infrastructure for Local Authority Engineers

  • Date(s)
    Thursday, 1 March 2018
  • Time(s)
    9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Venue
    Sheraton Athlone Hotel, Gleeson Street, Athlone, Co. Westmeath, Ireland
  • Fee

    Member rate:  €245
    Non-Member rate: €295

    NOTE: You can only book online using credit or debit card details 

  • CPD Credit
    6 hours   C1

Seminar overview

The Local Government Division Seminar 2018 is centred around the theme of Resilient Infrastructure. Extreme weather events have become more common in recent years resulting in design and maintenance challanges for Local Authority Engineers. Restoring infrastructural operability after events such as Storm Ophelia will be an recurring operation. Budgetary challanges, capacity issues and  working with other specialists across disciplines present other demands. 

Alongside these challenges, public expectations are increasing the pressures on infrastructural resilience even during exceptional events.

The Local Government Division Seminar 2018 will discuss how local authority engineers might respond to these challanges and best prepare their staff and infrastructure; current and future.

A flyer for the event is available here

 
Who should attend?

This one day seminar will be of interest to Local Authority engineers, suppliers, consulting organisations, contractors and technical specialists. 

 

Programme:

Programme includes: 

Derek Hynes, ESB Operations Manager

‘Resilient Infrastructure and Crisis Management’

Paul MacDonald, Kildare NRDO

‘Designing for Resilient Weather Proof Infrastructure ’

Daniel O’Callaghan & Fionn Jenkinson, Department of Public Expenditure & Reform

''‘Drivers of Change - An Assessment of Investment in Roads, Water & Flood Defences' 

Conor Galvin, Office of Public Works

'Flood Defence Programmes'

Speaker TBC, Transport Infrastructure Ireland

‘Winter Maintenance’

Speaker TBC, Donegal County Council

‘Lessons Learned - Winter 2016’

 

 

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1 March 2018