Wed20Feb20198:00 amCedar Court Hotel, Wakefield
Technical Director, Jo Strange and Principal Marina Kirkpatrick are speaking at the Yorkshire & Humber Constructing Excellence Club (YHCE) members event on Managing Construction Waste Liabilities on Wednesday 20th February at Cedar Court Hotel, Wakefield (Junction 39, M1). The event is free to YHCE Members and to invitees of CGL.
Discussions will cover current waste management legislation, highlighting potential pitfalls and the implications of recent collaboration between the EA and HM Revenue and Customs. A selection of relevant case studies of recent projects will also be presented.
Wed13Mar20198:00 amAztec Hotel & Spa Aztec West Almondsbury Bristol BS32 4TS
Richard Ball, Technical Director at CGL will address the assessment of existing foundation system and the opportunities that sophisticated analysis can offer to save project costs, programme and environmental impact if the existing foundations can be fully or part utilised and remove the need for new foundations.
Doors will open from 7:30 for networking with hot drinks and a breakfast roll. The presentations will run from 8:00 to 8:45 with time afterwards for questions and discussion.
Thu23May20198:30 amAztec Hotel, Aztec West, Bristol, BS32 4TS
Mark Rowney, Associate Director at our Bristol office and Jo Strange, Technical Director at our Godalming office will lead discussions on current waste management legislation, highlighting potential pitfalls and the implications of recent collaboration between the EA and HM Revenue and Customs followed by Principal Engineer, Steve Morgan detailing a selection of project case studies.
Areas covered will include:
- The definition of waste
- Waste management drivers
- Waste management options
- Application of CL:AIRE DoW CoP
- Implications of recent changes to the Finance Act with respect to Landfill Tax
- Case studies
Doors will open from 8am and bacon baps and refreshments will be served. The presentations will be from 8.30-9.15, with plenty of time afterwards for questions/discussion.
Wed03Jul201912:30 pmOne Moorgate Place, London, EC2R 6EA
CGL's Technical Director, Jo Strange will be chairing the AGS Commercial Risks & How to Manage Them Conference on 3rd July at One Moorgate Place in London. This half day seminar organised by the Association of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Specialists will provide a focus on the management of commercial risks. Delegates will be provided with an introduction of the guidance and advice provided by the AGS Loss Prevention Working Group, with particular attention being given to recent hot topics.. For further information on the conference please click here.
Wed18Sep20198:30 amHotel Football, 99 Sir Matt Busby Way, M16 0SZ
CGL is hosting a breakfast seminar on Managing Risks on Brownfield Sites and Construction Waste Liabilities on Wednesday 18th September 8.30am at the Players’ Lounge, Hotel Football in Manchester. Having presented this briefing nationwide at our other CGL offices, it always proves to be a very popular and enlightening subject. Comments from previous attendees include:
"... as a developer it is vital to get this message out to our construction teams..."
"The whole issue of using spoil on site was illuminating..."
Marina Kirkpatrick, Principal Engineer at CGL, will lead discussions on ways that environmental risks and right practices can be managed to bring brownfield sites back into use. Jo Strange, Technical Director will then discuss current waste management legislation, highlighting potential pitfalls and the implications of recent collaboration between the EA and HM Revenue and Customs. Relevant case studies will be included.
Wed09Oct2019Millennium Gloucester Hotel, SW7 4LH
Jo Strange, Technical Director based at CGL's Godalming office, will be chairing the Site Investigation and Risk Assessment segment at the Brownfield Investigation and Remediation Conference on Wednesday 9th October at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel in London.
This conference will join together previous Site Investigation and Risk and Remediation events, offering delegates regulatory updates, insights into current site investigation works and cost-effective solutions to contaminated land risk assessment and remediation challenges.
Brownfield Investigation and Remediation 2019 will provide the brownfield sector with a streamed conference programme, which will focus specifically on site investigation and risk and remediation, bringing the field together with keynote plenaries, invaluable networking time and an exhibition area showcasing those at the forefront of the contaminated land industry.
Key topics to be discussed include:
- NPPF 2018: a new approach to viability
- In-Situ remediation
- Panel debate: translating your risk assessment (SI) into a pragmatic and achievable remediation strategy
- Financing brownfield redevelopment
- The significance of the geological model
- Land contamination risk management
- Brownfield ground risk calculator
- Redevelopment of brownfield and contaminated sites: the ISCOSSM technology
- DNAPL and dissolved phase mixed chlorinated solvent contamination