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  • Birmingham Section Meeting - Environmental Impact of HS2 & HS2 Curzon Street Project
  • Richard Quigley
  • HS2 Double Feature

    Environmental Impact of HS2 (Melanie Knight, Managing Consultant, Ramboll) & HS2 Curzon Street Project (Carol Stitchman, Technical Director, Stations, WSP)

     

    Synopsis of Talks

    Carole Stitchman

    As well as being a catalyst for regeneration, the new HS2 Curzon Street station will become a landmark destination, welcoming people to the heart of Birmingham. Our design recognises the station's function as a place of arrival and connection. It is the only HS2 station that welcomes you with a view of the city, where you can see the city from the train, and the train from the city.

    Melanie Knight

    Mel is a chartered environmentalist, with an extensive background in ecological and environmental roles within the consulting industry. Her experience covers undertaking enabling works for the construction of HS2, and the environmental impact assessment of the electrification of the Midland Main Line.

    Meeting from 16:40 for light refreshments, courtesy of WSP, for a 17:00 start.

    N.B. Please note the change of venue

    Booking preferred!

  • 14/03/2019 17:00
  • 14/03/2019 19:00
  • WSP Offices,
    2nd Floor, The Mailbox.
    100 Wharfside Street
    Birmingham
    B1 1RT
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