Meet AECOM at Flood & Coast 2017

The increasingly unpredictable nature of flooding means there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. To manage flood risk into the future requires us to rethink what is possible.

Come and meet AECOM at Flood & Coast 2017 from 28 – 30 March 2017 at the Telford International Centre, stand A25, or listen to our speakers. Contact us to schedule a meeting with the team or to find out more.



Hinksey flood alleviation scheme

The £18 million Hinksey flood alleviation scheme is helping protect a busy section of mainline railway between London and the Midlands from flooding, increasing resilience of the UK rail network.



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Port of Immingham sea defence improvements

Safeguarding a major sea port from the threat of tidal surge, we produced and delivered an Outline Business Case (OBC) and flood risk appraisal for the Port of Immingham sea defence improvement scheme. Securing £4.5 million of Grant in Aid funding in a short six month timeframe, we have ensured the critical works can commence quickly.


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A model approach

The UK government’s Building Information Modelling (BIM) Level 2 requirement will help define and regulate how information is managed across its assets from 2016. BIM specialists James Daniel and Jane Pritchard take a look at what this means for flood risk management.

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Becoming business as usual

Associate hydrologist Carl Pelling and sustainability consultant Penelope Pickerin discuss why valuing our ecosystems and putting nature at the heart of flood risk management are essential to protecting our communities from flooding into the future.

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Empowering resilience

Flood risk consultant Liz Gent discusses how community engagement and the right support can help local authorities better protect and bring peace of mind to communities at risk of flooding.

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