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Large Scale Offsite Construction - A profound Change in 21st Century Plant Delivery


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The speaker will focus on opportunities and challenges facing the future of building large safety critical reactors,

Date and Time

13 September 2018 - 14:00-16:30


South Wirral, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the UK - NW:Merseyside &W.Cheshire local network.

About this event

The energy sector is undergoing profound change in the delivery of new plant, with an increasing focus on offsite construction. Cammell Laird has a history of the manufacture and commissioning of large complex modules weighing over a 1000 tonnes. these modules are subsequently transferred to site for 'plug and play' on deep sea barges.
John Eldridge has a long history in the nuclear sector working on research reactors and large scale nuclear fuel processing plants. In his talk he will focus on future, opportunities and challenges facing engineers building these large safety critical systems.


14.00 - Lecture start
15.30 - Refreshments and Networking
16.15 - Finish

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