Institution of Mechanical Engineers, One Birdcage Walk Westminster, London, United Kingdom
Wednesday 28th February 8:30am until 4:50pm
Attend this event to hear lessons learnt from bulk materials handling experts from ongoing infrastructure projects for application in your own projects.
With the UK government planning on investing GBP 300 billion into infrastructure projects by 2020/21, bulk materials handling will be increasingly in demand in the next three years.
Bulk Handling in Large Infrastructure Projects is the only event specifically focused on best practice in bulk management. Attend this seminar to hear how challenges have been managed by experts on major infrastructure projects, as well as plans for future projects. Hear about the latest technologies and techniques to reduce cost and energy usage in your planned projects.
Network and share experience with experts, including waste recovery managers, tunnelling project managers and tunnelling engineers from engineering companies, contractors and solution providers.
Attend this seminar to: • Hear lessons learnt on the bulk handling management from the main infrastructure projects across the UK: High Speed Two Ltd., The Lower Thames Crossing, Hinkley Point C, Thames Tideway Tunnel and The Northern Line Extension • Discover the latest equipment available for use in your projects • Gain best practice in bulk handling logistics from case studies to put into practice in your own projects • Hear about the current environmental regulation and permit information to ensure you are planning your projects in line with them • Network with experts in bulk handling from engineering companies, consultancies, contractors and solution suppliers
Key programme highlights: • Tideway share insights on how they have managed bulk handling logistics for the Thames Tideway Tunnel • Find out how Transport for London managed tunnelling spoil on the Northern Line extension • The Environment Agency provides an overview on current environmental regulation for infrastructure projects and the impact on bulk handling • Hear excavated material management plans from High Speed Two (HS2) Ltd • Learn more about Drax Power's ecostore facility and their new biomass handling process