• Tomorrow’s Rail

    Grange Tower Bridge Hotel
    08 July 2015
  • Construction Industry Summit

    The Grange St Paul’s Hotel in Central London
    08 September 2015
    09 September 2015
  • High Speed Rail in the UK – Marketforce

    The Waldorf Hilton, London
    16 September 2015
  • Topcon Technology Days Event

    Venue: Stoneleigh Park, 7 Eastgate, Kenilworth, CV8 2LG
    22 September 2015
    18 August 2015
  • The 2015 Big Debate

    Institution of Civil Engineers, One Great George Street, Westminster, SW1P 3AA
    28 September 2015
  • The Global Resilience Summit: Securing the Future of Our Cities

    Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG
    15 October 2015
    16 October 2015
  • The Year in Infrastructure 2015 Conference

    Hilton London Metropole, London, UK
    03 November 2015
    05 November 2015
  • 8th Annual Bridges & Highways Qatar Summit

    InterContinental Doha, Qatar
    09 November 2015
    11 November 2015
  • Highways UK

    ExCeL, London
    25 November 2015
    26 November 2015
  • Post-Sanctions Iran International Business Conference

    16 December 2015
    17 December 2015
  • ACE National Conference - Building Teams : Boosting Productivity

    Charing Cross, London
    15 March 2016
    15 March 2015
  • Bridge and Road Engineering and Maintenance UAE

    Abu Dhabi, UAE - Eastern Mangrove Hotel and Spa
    22 May 2016
    24 May 2016
  • Consultancy & Engineering Awards 2016

    Grand Connuaght Rooms, London
    24 May 2016
    24 May 2016
  • ACE International Conference 2016

    15 June 2016
  • Rail Depots & Facilities Maintenance 2016

    Washington D.C., USA
    27 July 2016
    28 July 2016
  • FIDIC International Infrastructure Conference

    Marrakesh, Morocco
    25 September 2016
    27 September 2016
  • Civils Expo

    NEC, Birmingham
    18 October 2016
    20 October 2016
  • From Transport to Mobility: introducing multi modal transport

    House of Commons
    28 October 2016
    28 October 2016
  • European CEO Awards 2016

    08 November 2016
  • European CEO Conference 2016

    09 November 2016
    10 November 2016
  • Highways UK

    16 November 2016
    17 November 2016
  • EIC Annual Conference 2016

    30 November 2016
  • 5th Annual: Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects Forum 2017

    Central London | etc. venues - St. Paul’s, London
    07 February 2017
    08 December 2017
  • World Built Environment Forum Annual Summit

    27 March 2017
    28 March 2017
  • TYCO

    30 March 2017
    30 March 2017
  • Decarbonised Energy and Water Resilience Conference

    03 May 2017
    04 May 2017
  • National Infrastructure Forum

    ExCel London
    13 June 2017
    13 June 2017
  • European CIO Conference 2017

    30 November 2017
    01 December 2017

Tomorrow’s Rail

On any measure, Britain's rail network has enjoyed phenomenal growth. More than double the number of journeys are now being taken than at any time since privatisation in the mid 90s. And the trend is soaring upwards.How do we keep it all on track...? And how do we make sure all parts of Britain enjoys the journey...?This brand new event brings together decision-makers; national and international operators; suppliers and decision–shapers to create a formula for the future which transcends short–term electoral horizons.

View the latest programme here.

To save 20% on your place(s) follow this link, or add TRII20 to the promotional code box.

08 July 2015

Grange Tower Bridge Hotel

Construction Industry Summit

The Construction Industry Summit is one of the major events in the industry’s calendar for 2015. It is led by industry for industry and has the support of the Government’s  Cabinet Office and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. 

The Summit takes place on 8-9 September, at The Grange St Paul’s Hotel in Central London. Leading experts from across the built environment are coming together to look in detail at the aspirations set out in the Industrial Strategy, Construction 2025 and the challenges that these represent for the UK construction industry going forward.

With the global construction market forecast to grow by 70% by 2025, Government and Industry are working together to ensure that British companies are well placed to take advantage of the opportunities that lie ahead.

This flagship conference and networking event is an invitation to everyone in the industry to get involved, hear the latest information from government, network with leaders in their fields and be a part of the Construction 2025 vision.

08 September 2015 - 09 September 2015

The Grange St Paul’s Hotel in Central London


High Speed Rail in the UK – Marketforce

Take advantage of opportunities with HS2 - Europe's largest engineering project 

High Speed Rail in the UK is Marketforce’s inaugural high speed rail event. Hear detailed presentations from the directors of HS2 on how the project is progressing and how their supply chain is developing. Gain insights from HS1, SNCF Infra, DB Schenker, train operators and local government into how to incorporate the UK’s high speed rail investment into your plans. Find out about the vast works Network Rail are undertaking to facilitate HS2. Meet the directors and CEOs driving these projects forward this September. Participate in discussions on the future of high speed rail, hear a case study into what can be learned from HS1 and gain a greater understanding of how railways can meet the needs of passengers at our Keynote Closing Address from the Head of Insight at Transport Focus. Find out about all these opportunities with HS2 and more at High Speed Rail in the UK.

Find the most up to date programme here.

Save £100 by registering before 11th September

Save an additional 10% on your place(s) using the following code - INFRASTRUCTUREHIGHSPEED

16 September 2015

The Waldorf Hilton, London

Topcon Technology Days Event

Join the Topcon team from the 22nd-24th September at the Topcon Technology Days for real-life construction demonstrations using the latest equipment.

Aimed at forward-looking decision makers in the construction industry, the Topcon Technology Days are a chance to come together with other like-minded professionals who are keen to embrace new technologies and the latest techniques in construction.

From a fully-working demonstration site in Kenilworth, the Topcon team will bring you a series of original lectures, presentations and practical demonstrations, covering every aspect of an optimised workflow and state-of-the-art site management. They’ll guide you through each phase of the construction process, from tendering to final delivery

Experience everything, live - as working machines, intuitive software and new technology is brought to life in realistic working conditions.

You can view the Agenda here.

The Topcon team look forward to seeing you there!

22 September 2015 - 18 August 2015

Venue: Stoneleigh Park, 7 Eastgate, Kenilworth, CV8 2LG


The 2015 Big Debate

This house believes that the Government must act quickly to increase airport capacity in the South East

It has been known for decades that as demand for air travel grows in the South East of England, the current infrastructure will reach its limit, requiring a bold decision on the way forward. Whilst many people believe there are strong economic arguments to increase capacity, with the many perceived negative effects expanding airports can have, governments have seemed unwilling to address this issue.

However, in July of this year, after years of considering whether extra capacity should be achieved by expanding Heathrow or Gatwick, Sir Howard Davies’ Airports Commission concluded the increase in capacity should be provided by expanding Heathrow. With the Government expected to make its decision later this year, should the Prime Minister accept the conclusion of the £20m report despite categorically ruling out expanding Heathrow in 2010?

Chaired by past ICE President and the UK Government’s Chief Construction Advisor Peter Hansford.

The event will start with Antony Oliver, Director of Infrastructure Intelligence interviewing Andrew Macmillan – Strategy & Q6 Delivery Director for Heathrow

Speakers currently confirmed:

  • Alastair McDermid – Airports Commission Director at Gatwick
  • Mark Dittmer-Odell – Head of Infrastructure, CBI
  • Rachel Skinner – Director for Development, WSP – Parsons Brinkerhoff.


28 September 2015

Institution of Civil Engineers, One Great George Street, Westminster, SW1P 3AA


The Global Resilience Summit: Securing the Future of Our Cities

Register now and secure a discounted ticket price

15 October 2015 (with a workshop on 16 October), Kings Place, London, N1 9AF, UK

The future of the UK, Europe and the world is increasingly focused around cities.

More than half of the world’s population lives in urban areas and this will increase to two-thirds by 2050. There is unparalleled technological change which is driving social development and fuelling economic growth. This presents a fantastic set of opportunities for all major cities but it also brings challenges, particularly around security and resilience.

The Global Resilience Summit will provide you and your organisation with a unique set of insights into these challenges. A group of the world’s leading experts will provide you with a fascinating analysis of what the future will bring and how we can make our corporations, cities and  citizens safer, more secure and more resilient. The international speakers will help you translate lessons into practical advice that will be of real value to you as a senior risk and security professional as you develop strategies to protect your organisation from the challenges we face today and prepare for those yet to come.

The Summit, and associated Exhibition, will also allow you to be part of the conversation with colleagues in London, Paris, New York and beyond so that we can create the networks of tomorrow that will enhance our ability to combat these threats together and strengthen our collective resilience. Programme details and a registration form can be found at: www.globalresiliencesummit.com

15 October 2015 - 16 October 2015

Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG


The Year in Infrastructure 2015 Conference

Bentley’s global gathering of leading figures in the world of infrastructure design, construction and operations will feature a series of presentations and interactive workshops exploring the intersection of technology and business drivers, and how they are shaping the future of infrastructure delivery and investment returns.

If you are a management-level executive in an architecture or engineering firm, a construction company, or an owner-operator or government organization responsible for the design, delivery or operations of infrastructure, The Year in Infrastructure 2015 is the ideal opportunity to learn best practices and interact with infrastructure professionals from around the world. Sessions will focus on innovation, business benefits and best practices in the application of technology in the design, construction and operations of infrastructure.

The target audience includes:

  • Manager- and executive-level professionals
  • Representatives of international industry organizations
  • Government representatives

Register here

03 November 2015 - 05 November 2015

Hilton London Metropole, London, UK


8th Annual Bridges & Highways Qatar Summit

Qatar is witnessing massive profitable bridge and highway projects that are being worked on throughout the region, with projects like Sharq Crossing, Al Rayyan Road, New Orbital Highway, Al Wakrah Bypass Road, Lusail Expressway, and the Doha Metro Elevated Red Line underway or in planning.

Discuss opportunities & challenges in bridges & highways construction with stakeholders working on some of the biggest projects in the region and find out how you can get involved in 18 billion & 1000KM worth of infrastructure projects in Qatar 

View the detailed agenda here: http://bit.ly/1JY3RH3

09 November 2015 - 11 November 2015

InterContinental Doha, Qatar

Highways UK

Infrastructure Intelligence is supporting a brand new event that brings together those responsible for planning, developing, managing and maintaining the UK’s road network. 

Taking place at London’s ExCeL on November 25-26 2015, the event features a large-scale exhibition, a high-level modular conference plus open keynotes and innovation briefings. In excess of 3,500 people are expected to visit the event over two days and the organisers – Essential Infrastructure Events - have already amassed some heavyweight sponsors and supporters including Highways England, Transport for London, Thales, Mott Macdonald, EC Harris, ACO, Burges Salmon, CECA, Temple Group, BAMNutall, AIA, ITS UK, RHA, CIHT and the Department for Transport.

Find out more about Highways UK

25 November 2015 - 26 November 2015

ExCeL, London

Post-Sanctions Iran International Business Conference


The first and only industry-led business conference looking at how to operate in Iran after the adoption of the Nuclear Agreement, the Post-Sanctions Iran International Business Conference, taking place in London on 16th-17th  December has been tactically designed after meticulous first-hand conversations with European businesses wanting to become fully operative in Iran after sanctions are lifted in Q1 2016.


The Premier Networking Platform For Doing Business In Iran: As the first networking platform since the Adoption of the Nuclear Agreement, this is the best networking opportunity for multinational companies venturing into Iran

Identify Key Business Sectors And Demand For Projects: Determine what business sectors are key and what development projects are being prioritised by Iranian authorities

Learn How To Effectively Operate In Iran As A Business: Clarify how to move capital and comply with Iranian Trade Law

Mitigate Business Risk: Understand what the main security, political and financial risks can impact the return of your business operations in Iran and learn how to reduce them

Improve And Enhance Decision-Making: The content of every session is tailored towards the industry-specific needs to breathe confidence in preparation for breaking into the Iranian market

Bridge The Cultural Gap: Understand how to approach and behave with potential business partners and clients in Iran

Meet The European Iranian Business Alliance: Network and learn from representatives from UKTI (UK), German Iranian Chamber of Commerce Association (Germany), British Iranian Chamber of Commerce (UK) and Cercle Iran Economie (France), who will for the first time speaking at the same forum

16 December 2015 - 17 December 2015



ACE National Conference - Building Teams : Boosting Productivity

The annual gathering for the UK’s engineering and consultancy experts and professionals to identify business opportunities and new strategies for innovating in a changing, technology driven environment.

The conference will offer a critical insight into:

  • Challenges of boosting productivity across the infrastructure sector
  • Building teams for future success
  • Understanding the implication of fiscal devolution
  • Identifying business opportunities and mapping new strategies

As a member-led Association, attendees of the ACE National Conference will have the opportunity to network with ACE members, their partners and supply chain as well as professionals from the engineering and consultancy industry.

An agenda shaped around 5 key topics:

  • 1. Driving business productivity to meet the needs of clients in post-recession austerity
  • 2. The consultancy and engineering business of the future
  • 3. Infrastructure of the future – rethinking construction
  • 4. Sector case studies – challenges and opportunities
  • 5. The opportunities and challenges for Consulting Engineers of devolution in the UK
15 March 2016 - 15 March 2015

Charing Cross, London

Bridge and Road Engineering and Maintenance UAE

The Bridge and Road Engineering and Maintenance UAE will gather senior government representatives from the Emirates, including the Department of Transport, Al Ain Municipality as well as the pioneering developers, contractors and consultants from around the UAE. As always this strategic conference will be a great platform for local agencies to demonstrate their achievements in infrastructure delivery and management in the UAE. For more information email enquiry@iqpc.ae.

22 May 2016 - 24 May 2016

Abu Dhabi, UAE - Eastern Mangrove Hotel and Spa


Consultancy & Engineering Awards 2016

ACE is delighted to announce its new annual awards in 2016 – showcasing success and best practice for the engineering and consultancy community globally.

What’s new this year?

  • All individuals and companies from the natural and built environment can enter the awards to celebrate success as a sector – both within and outside of the ACE membership community.
  • Exclusive categories for ACE members – 4 new categories that focus on best business performance for 2015
  • Awards category update – 5 new champion categories have been selected on emerging priorities in the sector for Training Initiative, Inclusion & Diversity, Collaboration, Sustainability and Technology – open to both ACE and non-ACE companies
  • As well as the very popular ‘Young Professional of the Year’ we have introduced a new ‘Apprentice of the Year’ award – both open to individuals from ACE and non-ACE companies

The purpose of The Consultancy & Engineering Awards

  • To recognise and reward business excellence from across the consultancy and engineering sector globally
  • To identify exemplar performances of the year and provide examples of ‘best in class’ for others to learn from
  • To publicise excellence from the sector to a wider cross-section of the infrastructure community
  • To showcase success and best practice in front of existing and potential new clients
  • To underline UK consultancy and engineering expertise and delivery performance
  • To provide great staff retention and recruitment stories

Who should enter?

  • ACE member firms
  • ACE affiliates
  • Any business working in the natural and built environment
24 May 2016 - 24 May 2016

Grand Connuaght Rooms, London


ACE International Conference 2016

The infrastructure landscape is constantly shifting as a result of political changes, economic turmoil and social development. Drawing on expert guidance can often be the difference between an astutely prepared strategy and a costly mistake. With this in mind ACE have formed an agenda on the following strategic priorities:

  • Challenges of the Global Economy: experts will share their experience and knowledge on pivotal factors to inform future investment and planning in regions such as China, the Middle East and Africa.
  • Global security, migration and BREXIT: analysis of the impact of these complex issues on the infrastructure business environment.
  • Climate Change and Paris Agreement: How does our industry respond to the climate change agreement of 2015?
  • Future for Smart Cities: gain insight into the visionary smart cities topic and investigate its implementation in reality and its impact on social, political, environmental and economic issues.
15 June 2016



Rail Depots & Facilities Maintenance 2016

Directors and managers of capital projects, program management and rail maintenance come together to highlight opportunities for streamlining maintenance operations and delivering upgrade projects on time and on budget.  The speaker panel includes representation from Amtrak, MBTA, Metrolink, METRA, MARTA, SEPTA and many more.

27 July 2016 - 28 July 2016

Washington D.C., USA


FIDIC International Infrastructure Conference

While government leaders debate and struggle to agree on action plans, the planet manifests its unrest on a regular basis. Increased incidents of adverse weather take their toll on property and human life. As debate over causes, either manmade or natural, continues, it is up to the consulting engineering community to share its knowledge and experience in mitigation and remedial solutions for fragile infrastructure. COP 22 takes place in Morocco in November 2016. Having participated in the 2015 Business Climate Summit for COP 21, FIDIC believes that focus needs to intensify with regard to the practical steps that can be taken, and the business decisions that need to be made, in addressing the real issues impacting on society.

The consulting engineering community is also uniquely positioned to assist the energy, resource and manufacturing sectors with realistic and practical approaches to sustainability and corporate responsibility, helping them achieve the “social licence” that is increasingly being demanded by regulators, customers and investors.

FIDIC, GAMA (FIDIC Group of African Member Associations) and FMCI (Moroccan Federation of Consulting Engineers) invite business leaders and decision makers to Marrakech late September 2016 to explore Scenario Based Planning, Stakeholder Engagement, Consistency in Design and other criteria, Integrated Resource Management (solving multiple problems simultaneously), Risk and Liability, and the looming Water Crisis. Renewables and Clean Energy will receive close attention, as will Designing for Disaster, with all its inherent risks.

25 September 2016 - 27 September 2016

Marrakesh, Morocco


Civils Expo

The UK’s leading civil construction focused event

FREE to attend Civils Expo, part of UK Construction Week, is the UK's leading event dedicated to civil engineering and construction, bringing together leading suppliers of the latest technologies, systems and products required in the civil sector.

The Infrastructure Hub will host the hottest topics for civil engineers including the expansion of England's Motorways and Main A Roads, High Speed Railway system and the potential construction of new Nuclear Power Stations.

Experts from across the field will discuss these burning issues and how the industry will cope with the challenges ahead. This programme is supported by theAssociation for Consultancy and Engineering, Institute of Civil Engineers and other partners.

Register for free ticket: www.civilexpo.co.uk/register

18 October 2016 - 20 October 2016

NEC, Birmingham


From Transport to Mobility: introducing multi modal transport

Atkins will launch the third white paper of its Intelligent Mobility series which will focus on the theme of Journey Management at the House of Commons. 

How can we create transport services that connect the right information to the right person at the right time, to enable a frictionless journey across all modes? 

Register for our free event and join our panel of experts, chaired by Jane Dudman – editor of the Guardian Public Leaders, to discuss how cities can create a positive customer experience and generate growth through greater transport efficiency.


28 October 2016 - 28 October 2016

House of Commons


European CEO Awards 2016

08 November 2016



European CEO Conference 2016

09 November 2016 - 10 November 2016



Highways UK

Highways UK takes place at the NEC, Birmingham, on 16/17 November. It is a major event for the people and organisations involved in the planning, operation and future-proofing of the UK's road network. 

The event is predominantly free to attend with keynote addresses, an industry briefings programme across 3 theatres, and exhibition and exhibitor events open to all. These are complemented by a chargeable, high-level two-day conference programme and a networking supper on the night of Wednesday 16 November.

16 November 2016 - 17 November 2016



EIC Annual Conference 2016


This year’s EIC Annual Conference will focus on the factors that drive growth in environmentally focused businesses. The conference sessions will enable environmental businesses and individuals to identify strategic priorities within:

  • Innovation: Where will the next environmental innovations come from? Are the government support structures and business-university links delivering what they should?
  • Exporting: With the global environmental market worth over $1trillion, which export markets provide most potential opportunity for environmental firms? What support is available?
  • Financing: How does the financial sector view green businesses? What role can ‘green bonds’ play?

Keynote speeches, discussion panels and forums will highlight the most exciting areas for business development and growth opportunities within the environmental sector.

Major politicians and policy makers will share the political context for the industry, and key disruptors and innovators within the environmental sector will take the stage to give their perspective on the most important areas of growth and best business opportunities.

30 November 2016



5th Annual: Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects Forum 2017

Date: 7th and 8th February 2017

Discount Code: 316INFRA (10% discount)

Description: A practical guide to gaining a DCO: completing pre-application, examination and implementation

Benefits of attending include:

  • A complete guide on how to prepare a DCO
  • Practical guidance from successful applicants
  • Expert insight from The Planning Inspectorate and legal & planning professionals
  • The chance to have your questions answered
  • Advice on how to complete the examination stage
  • The opportunity to meet and learn from 200+ stakeholders at every stage of the process
  • Updates on policy changes affecting the Planning Act 2008
  • Over 5 hours of networking time across 2 full days
  • Flexible booking options to suit your current stage in the DCO process

It is now abundantly clear that the DCO process is far from a ‘rubber stamping’ exercise. Recent refusals have underscored the importance of meeting all requirements in your application.

To help you navigate this complex process, the NSIP Forum 2017 provides expert guidance on how to create successful DCO applications and outlines the next steps following approval to move the project towards construction.

Bringing together over 200 project promoterslocal authorities, statutory consultees and planning professionals, the Forum is a must-attend for all those involved in major infrastructure planning.

How to register: Call 0207 067 1597, email usor register online.

07 February 2017 - 08 December 2017

Central London | etc. venues - St. Paul’s, London


World Built Environment Forum Annual Summit


27-28 March 2017, Pudong Shangri-La Hotel Shanghai

The World Built Environment Forum is a global network of built environment professionals and their stakeholders aimed at combining knowledge, skills and resources to create and manage the built environment that global populations need. 

Its Annual Summit brings together stakeholders from construction, real estate and infrastructure to explore common issues, how these interact across the built environment, and to create a basis for collaboration between disciplines. Join this international Summit to help shape the cities of the future.

The Annual Summit will:

  • explore how global macro trends will affect urban environments of the future, with a focus on China and wider Asia. What strategies should we adopt to take account of disruptive changes and create and sustain vibrant real estate markets, and to fund infrastructure needs? How can the construction industry meet pressing demands while adapting to the changing nature of cities?
  • take One Belt One Road as a reference point for all these issues. What lessons can be learned from the world’s leading gateway cities, and from city development in China? How can Chinese cities attract investment and how can cities globally compete for Chinese foreign direct investment in infrastructure and real estate?

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Dr Wang Wen, Executive Dean, Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China
  • Vincent Lo, Chairman, Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), and Chairman, Shui On 
  • Sir Danny Alexander, Vice-president, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)
  • Bill Banks, Partner, Global Infrastructure Leader, EY 
  • Chris Birdsong, Chief Executive Officer, Asia Pacific, Atkins 
  • Deland Chan, Assistant Director of Urban Studies for Community Based Learning and the Human Cities Initiative, Stanford University
  • Amanda Clack, President, RICS and Partner, EY
  • Stéphan Deville, Project Development Director, IKEA China
  • Qiuchen Fang, Chairman, China International Contractors Association (CHINCA)
  • Rafi Rich, CEO, S.U.iT.S
  • Jianping Gu, General Manager, Shanghai Tower Construction & Development Co.
  • Lai Pak Hung, Head of Greater China, Arcadis
  • Hongbin Jiang, Director of Capital Projects & Infrastructure (CP&I), Corporate Finance, PwC China
  • Lauren Sorkin, Regional Director, Asia Pacific, 100 Resilient Cities
  • Tao Wang, Senior Director of Asset Management, Alibaba
  • Zuomin Wu, General Secretary, China Engineering Cost Association (CECA)

Register on or before 03 March for the advance rate

27 March 2017 - 28 March 2017


The UK will be the dominant player in the European data center market by 2020, according to a new report from the Tariff Consultancy Ltd (TCL). The report also predicts that data center space and power in Europe will increase by almost 20% between 2015 and 2020.

Data Center facilities in the UK, Germany, France and the Netherlands already account for half of all space in Europe - with six to seven providers accounting for half of power and space in France, Germany and the UK.

In preparation for this growth, specialists at Tyco Fire Protection Products have developed a bespoke training session focused on providing you and your contacts with all of the expertise required to help data center operators make the most effective decision for managing fire risk in data centers.

Hosted in the new Fire Hazard and Protection Roadshow Truck, these sessions will be starting March and continuing around the UK and Europe throughout the remainder of the year. Showcasing all the latest innovations in fire suppression and detection technology the truck will have a range of demonstrations focused on fire detection and suppression solutions for data centers.

Inside the truck we will be demonstrating our Gaseous Suppression solutions:

  • Inert iFLOW Fire Suppression
  • SAPPHIRE Novec demonstration kit
  • NEW! Acoustic Nozzle sound output and calculation tool.

We are also offering CPD certification for individuals attending the sessions relating to issues in Data Centres caused by noise emanating from the discharge of inert gas fire extinguishing systems. The training will educate attendees on noise behaviour and its impact on computer hard drives, compiled with input from consultants and designers in the industry on how we have developed a solution to reduce sound pressure on release of a gas suppression system. Experts from Tyco will be sharing presentations and guidance on the key considerations when designing a Fire Protection System for a Data Center.

Each session will be focused on:

  • Educating visitors on the various fire risks in a data center environment
  • What is the best Fire Protection to protect a data center
  • The impact on reduced down time in the event of a fire
  • Provide people with the knowledge they need to make an informed decision on the most suitable Fire Protection

The sessions promise to be informative and educational with lots of opportunity to ask questions and learn how our technologies work.

Click Here to register your interest

30 March 2017 - 30 March 2017

Decarbonised Energy and Water Resilience Conference

Dates: 3 - 4 May 2017

Venue: Institution of Civil Engineers, One Great George Street, Westminster, London SW1P 3AA

Link: https://goo.gl/nPrvu7 

The Decarbonised Energy and Water Resilience conference is your chance to hear strategies from government and industry for the energy and water markets to meet targets, lower carbon emissions and enhance resilience.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity learn from industry leaders how strategies will turn into reality.

Expert speakers include:

  • Andy Limbrick, Environmental Expert, Energy UK
  • Matthew Bell, Chief Executive, The Climate Change Committee 
  • Paul Spence, Director of Strategy and Corporate Affairs, EDF
  • Tom Greatrex, CEO, Nuclear Industry Association
  • Ian Graves, Director European Business Development, National Grid
  • Steven Moore, CEO, Eleclink
  • Asif Rehmanwala, COO, Ecotricity
  • Kevin McCullough, CEO, Calon Energy
  • Andrew Tucker, Water Efficiency Manager, Thames Water
  • Alex Plant, Head of Policy, Regulation and Strategy, Anglian Water

Learn more about the event, the programme and the speakers.

Save £40 on the registration fees by selecting the Supporting Association rate and quoting Infrastructure Intelligence

03 May 2017 - 04 May 2017

National Infrastructure Forum

Delivering growth, productivity and connectivity across the UK

Benefits of attending include:

  • Be part of the highest level gathering of public and private sector Speakers, Attendees and Supporters across UK Infrastructure
  • Biggest cross-industry event in infrastructure covering; Transport, Energy & Utilities, Finance & Funding, International, Devolution, Skills, Digital and Social Infrastructure
  • Over 1500 senior decision makers all brought together for one day
  • Blend of high level and practical content and networking opportunities
  • Exclusivity – Invitation only forum to the most senior leaders and executives in the industry
  • Exclusive industry insights report featuring views and case studies

The National Infrastructure Forum brings together 1500 leaders and thinkers from across the infrastructure world. The forum provides high level engagement through networking, meetings, knowledge sharing and the promotion of the right solutions and services from industry leaders. Dedicated sessions will focus on a range of key infrastructure topics, including transportation, digital, energy & utilities, low carbon, social infrastructure, planning, skills and more. www.infrastructure.co.uk

Apply for places here,

13 June 2017 - 13 June 2017

ExCel London


European CIO Conference 2017

30 November 2017 - 01 December 2017