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The power of Tidal Projects  

Representing Marine Civils at Seawork, CECA (Civil Engineering Contractors Association) will host a Conference Session focused on ‘Understanding the power of Tidal Projects for Marine Civils’ on Wednesday 14 June 2023 – day two  of Seawork.

Speakers from industry-leading projects TPGEN24 and TIGER (Tidal Stream Industry Energiser) will outline opportunities for marine civils in delivering key offshore infrastructure; the magnitude of investment needed to build and maintain tidal power projects; the benefits, resilience, and longevity of tidal green energy; and the environmental implications for this renewable energy sector.  

CECA will be joined by Martin Willis, Executive Officer of the UK Harbour Masters Association (UKHMA), who will provide his insight on offshore projects and highlight the importance of engaging with the UKHMA for the necessary approvals. 

All Seawork & Marine Civils visitors and exhibitors are welcome to attend ‘Understanding the power of Tidal Projects for Marine Civils’ which takes place from 11:00 – 13:00. Click here to add to your Seawork schedule

CECA is the representative body for companies who work day-to-day to deliver, upgrade, and maintain the country’s infrastructure. With more than 300 members including Balfour Beatty, BAM Nuttall, Kier, Tarmac & Volker Stevin, CECA represents firms which together carry out an estimated 70-80 per cent of all civil engineering activity in the UK, in the key sectors of transport, energy, communications, waste and water.

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