Debating the State of the Nation
In partnership with Institution of Civil Engineers
8:30 - 10:30am, 1st July 2014
Lecture Theatre G.05, Ground Floor, Percy Building
A breakfast debate
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What is the current state of the North East's infrastructure? How does it
compare with the rest of the country? What should we prioritize over the next
decade and the next half century?
A panel of engineers will introduce the current state of play based
on the latest ICE State of the Nation Report, followed by an hour
of discussion with the audience.
Come along, join us for breakfast and have your
say on the future of the region's infrastructure!
Introduced by Nick Baveystock, Director General,
Institution of Civil Engineers
Laura O’Toole, Senior Engineer, Jacobs
and chair of ICE NE Transport Panel
Stephen Calvert, Carbon Reduction Officer,
Stockton Borough Council
Tom Brown, Flood & Coastal Risk Manager,
CH2M Hill and chair of ICE NE Flooding Panel
Tickets £4 waged / £2 concessions /
FREE to school students and accompanying
Ticket price includes breakfast and refreshments
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This event is being held as part of ETUDE: a
Royal Academy of Engineering Ingenious project run by
The Great Debate in partnership with
Durham, Northumbria and Newcastle Universities.
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