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The latest collaboration between the CEDA and IADC, Dredging for Sustainable Infrastructure is an authoritative guide on delivering dredging projects that fulfil their primary functional requirements while also addressing natural and socio-economic systems. The publication promotes the message that through a thorough understanding of these systems and with proactive engagement of stakeholders throughout a project’s phases, a value-added project can be successfully achieved. Project owners, regulators, consultants, designers and contractors looking for an up-to-date reference of solutions with triple wins for people, planet and profit should find the guidebook to be an essential tool.
This CEDA event represents the official launch of the book in the UK and includes presentations from Chapter authors as well as those from the dredging industry. It provides an excellent opportunity to meet the authors and network and meet those involved with CEDA in the UK. It is a free event and open to all (non-CEDA members welcomed) and is aimed at anyone working or studying in a related field.
Copies of the book will be available to buy at the event at a special seminar rate of
£95.00, a saving of 30% on the normal price and no postage. Pre‐order when you register
to ensure you don’t miss out.
14:00 – 14:30 Welcome and introduction
Rene Kolman ‐ Secretary General of the IADC
Introduction to the book
Will Shields – General Manager – Dredging Division at NewWave Solutions
Chapter 5: Dredging and construction operations
Chris Adnitt ‐ Technical Director at Royal HaskoningDHV
Chapter 4 Author: Assessment and management of environmental and social resources
15:30 – 16:00 Refreshment break
Dr Jeremy Spearman - Technical Director, Coasts & Oceans at HR Wallingford
Chapter 7 Author: Models and tools
Dr Mark Lee ‐ Group Manager, Dredging at HR Wallingford
Chapter 8 Author: Data and monitoring
Colin Scott – Habitat Restoration and Creation Specialist at ABPmer
CEDA Working Group on Beneficial Use of Sediment
17:30 – 18:00 Wrap up and book sale