Flood Risk ● Modelling ● Defences
● Climate Change ● Groundwater Flooding ● Legal Issues ● Case Studies
A one-day conference
Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin
Date: 12th February 2020
This conference will keep you informed on everything you need to know about flood management in Ireland including legislation changes, best practice and will provide highly useful information on what to expect in the future. We will examine flood management nationwide, including recent developments, SuDS and the use of hydraulic modelling in better understanding and management of flood risk. Case studies will be examined, how issues were handled and lessons learned. This is a must-attend event for anyone involved in flood management, particularly engineers, consultants, civil contractors, local authorities, planners, surveyors, semi state bodies to name a few.
On top of the information received on the day, there are excellent networking opportunities throughout the day, giving you the chance to engage with others in your field, make connections, and create possible future business.
5 Structured CPD Points
This event will be of real interest to all engineers, civils contractors, local authorities, government departments, surveyors, semi state agencies, consultants, flood management consultants, water services and flood management suppliers, regulators, universities, legal experts to the sector.
Full Day Programme 8.50am to 4.30pm
Overview of the OPW Climate Adaption Plan
Speaker: Dr Wolfram Schlüter, Engineer, OPW (Office of Public Works)
Nature Based Solutions for Flood Management – Drivers and Benefits
Speaker: Jonathan Cooper, Managing Director, JBA Consulting
Improving our Understanding of Groundwater Flooding in Ireland
Speaker: Ted McCormack, Chartered Engineer, Geological Survey Ireland
Fingal Case Study: Using surface water management plans to meet the demands of the Floods Directive and the Water Framework Directive.
Speaker: John Paul Rooney, Chartered Engineer, Associate, Roughan & O’Donovan Consulting engineers
What Mischief Are Lawyers Making About Flood Risk
Speaker: Brendan Slattery, McCann Fitzgerald
CFRAM to design – how latest modelling methods support efficient project delivery
Speaker: Richard Crowder, Director, Jacobs
Challenges of Urban Watercourse Modelling – River Poddle
Speaker: Ed Gower, Chief Engineer, Black & Veatch
Flooding & Insurance
There will be 5 CPD points awarded to attendees at this conference. Please check directly with your association or awarding body to see how many points they will award
Partner, McCann Fitzgerald
With almost twenty years’ experience in the areas of environment, planning and climate change, Brendan is recognised as an expert in both planning and environmental law at national and EU level, having advised regulatory authorities, statutory bodies, local authorities and developers on the delivery of a wide range of local and national projects.Read more
In recent years, Brendan has advised on almost every significant infrastructure project across Ireland spanning the areas of energy, transport, water, wastewater and the agri-business sector.
Brendan lectures significantly in planning law on each of the Professional Practice Course in Conveyancing, the Diploma in Commercial Conveyancing and the Diploma in Planning and Environmental Law. He also lectures in planning and environmental law on the Diploma in Physical Planning, the Diploma in Environmental Engineering, the MSc in Environmental Science and the MSc in Biodiversity and Conservation.
John Paul Rooney
Chartered Engineer, Associate, Roughan & O’Donovan Consulting Engineers
John Paul is an Associate with Roughan & O’Donovan Consulting Engineers and leads the Water Engineering section of the company.Read more
He is a member of the Engineers Ireland Water and Environmental Committee and the 2018 Flood Advisory Group, and for the past 16 years has worked as a contractor and consulting engineer on a broad range of civil and structural engineering projects for the public and private sectors. In recent years, he has undertaken research examining the effectiveness of national, regional and local sustainable drainage policies in Ireland and abroad.
As Roughan & O’Donovan’s scientific lead on the European-funded CEDR WATCH project, John Paul is looking at ways to address the challenge of attaining effective and sustainable stormwater management practices in the face of climate change.
Ordnance Survey Ireland is the national mapping agency in the Republic of Ireland. It is an information organisation whose business is to capture, process and distribute spatial information by means of advanced technology.
Ordnance Survey Ireland’s primary product is mapping services. Ordnance Survey Ireland produces urban, rural and tourist and leisure mapping at a variety of scales. This mapping is produced in digital form as well as on paper. In addition, the base data used to create the map products is also used to produce other products such as aerial photography/ orthophotography and Digital Terrain Models and Environmental Reports. It also has an extensive database of historic mapping data from the 1830’s. Ordnance Survey Ireland licenses the use of its data for a wide range of computer based applications such as Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
In responding to the challenge of improving flood alleviation in Ireland, Nicolas O’ Dwyer and Black & Veatch have established a partnership which combines global international expertise with local insight and experience. We are currently working with local authorities and the OPW deliver flood resilient solutions throughout the country.
For more information visit www.bv.com
Developed for over 40 years, Jacobs’ Flood Modeller software delivers a fully-integrated flood modelling experience, allowing users to model rivers, floodplains and urban areas. Its innovative Flood Cloud service enables users to seamlessly undertake flood modelling using Flood Modeller, TUFLOW and HEC-RAS, at any scale, in the cloud.
For further information, visit www.floodmodeller.com
Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin
Secure your place at the early bird rate and save €100.00 – Early Bird Rate = €395.00 + VAT – (LIMITED AVAILABILITY) – Normal rate €495.00 + VAT
Please note the early bird discount can close sooner than expected once a certain amount of seats fill up, therefore your prompt booking is strongly advised to avoid disappointment
CMG Events Conference Discount
- 10% discount for the third delegate booked or subsequent bookings thereafter from the same company.
The rate to attend includes parking, morning tea/coffee and refreshments on arrival at registration, mid-morning tea/coffee and pastries and full buffet lunch. You will receive the speakers PowerPoint presentations within 24 hours after the event.
Tel: 01 293 4764