AECoW aim to provide monthly events and some of them are in partnership with other organisations. If you are interested in providing an event, or webinar, please get in touch at [email protected]

Please note: Non-members are only allowed to view one webinar; members can view all webinars and also watch the recorded webinars in the members area, when uploaded.

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Date/Time Event
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Construction Phase Mitigation and the Role of an Environmental Clerk of Works. One year on.

AECoW invites construction phase environmental professionals of all disciplines to discuss the challenges of implementing construction phase mitigation outlined in supporting information. During the webinar we shall explore the following questions: is the mitigation outlined in supporting information deployed during the construction phase?; who is designing and or implementing the mitigation?; how do we know projects are not having a significant impact on the receiving environment?.

Through this process we will look to identify current practice, good or bad, and how consistency in role specification can achieve improved construction phase environmental performance.

Free to register but registration is required. Once registered, please save the Zoom link into your iCal link for access to the webinar.

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Tree Protection during Construction

This webinar will explore the requirements and management of trees at various stages of project life cycle and how they can be actively considered as part of design, construction, and reinstatement. The webinar will discuss with specific case studies on what to consider to limit impact on trees through construction.

Hosted by Daniel Arnold, who works as for ESD, a joint venture between Galliford Try and MWH Treatment on the Scottish Water framework. Daniel has worked as an Environmental Clerk of Works and advisor for over 10 years in a range of sectors across Scotland.

Free to register but registration is required.