Utility Street Works

Cavendish Conference Centre, 22 Duchess Mews, London, W1G 9DT

16th Mar 2016

 

  • EUA's Utility Street Works celebrates its 10th anniversary this year! This popular annual review of the latest policy, regulatory practice, and operational experience takes a cross-sectional view of the utility street works sector from policy makers through to street works promoters and their supply chain partners. It also examines how well social, environmental and business objectives are aligned in their intention to deliver safe, efficient and less disruptive street works. The roles of regulation, information, communication (including social media) and innovation in delivering and maintaining our critical utility infrastructure are explored through high-quality presentations and panel discussions with leading industry experts. Do join us for this 10th annual Street Works one-day conference. As usual our panel of leading sector speakers will be supported by a topical supply chain exhibition, and of course excellent networking opportunities.

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    • 9.00 - 9.30

      Registration/Refreshments

    • Session 1 - Policy, Regulation & Strategy

      Chair: Nicole Metje, Senior Lecturer, Birmingham University

    • 9.30

      Policy Update

      Anthony Ferguson, Head of Traffic Division, DfT

    • Managing the Key Route Network in Greater Manchester

      Dave Stewart, GMRAPS Team Leader & Angela Dobbin, Network Monitoring & Reporting Manager, Transport for Greater Manchester

    • The benefits & value of using PAS128 for utility records, mapping & verification

      John Robinson, Managing Director, Subscan Technology

    • Delivering Growth – the Legislative and Practical Realities

      Bob Gallienne, Chief Executive Officer, NJUG

    • Q&A

      Session 1 Panel

    • 11.15

      Refreshment break

    • Session 2 - Installing and maintaining critical infrastructure with minimum impact

      Chair: Bob Gallienne, CEO, NJUG

    • 11.45

      Streets for the 21st Century

      Robert Huxford, Director, Urban Design Group

    • The London medium pressure gas distribution project – the ultimate customer challenge

      Stuart Donaldson, Engineering Manager, National Grid

    • Minimising the impact on stakeholders - the future of roadworks communications

      James Harris, Managing Director, Elgin

    • 12.45

      Q&A

      Session 2 Panel

    • 13.00

      Lunch

    • Session 3 - Technology, Innovation and Best Practice

      Chair: Shane O’Neill, Chairman, Elgin

    • 14.00

      Revolutionising the customer experience during gas distribution Street Works

      Graham Bond, Streetworks Manager, Wales & West Utilities

    • Innovative approach to reducing disruption in the street – mains abandonment technology

      Caspar Vick, Project Manager, Steve Vick International and Richie Read, Non Mandatory Investment Lead, Northern Gas Networks

    • Sustainable and economic futures - Multi-Utility Tunnels?

      Dexter Hunt, Lecturer in Sustainable and Underground Construction, University of Birmingham

    • District heating & heat networks - a future utility?

      Steve Richmond, Business Team Manager - Renewable Energy, REHAU

    • 15.20

      Q&A

      Session 3 Panel

    • 15.35

      Chair’s closing remarks

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Event manager

Name Vanessa Webster

Tel 01926 513763

Email vanessa@eua.org.uk