Events

Photography Competition

Aug
01
08:00 - 16:30

Here at the Guild we know what a creative bunch of people you are, so how about entering our exciting photography competition.

WEBINAR: Cork Lower Harbour Estuary Crossing Horizontal Directional Drilling Project

Aug
06
12:00 - 13:00

The Pipeline Industries Guild Irish Branch is pleased to announce a joint webinar presentation between O’Connor Utilities Ltd (OCU) and Ervia/Irish Water on the construction of the Cork Lower Harbour Estuary Crossing HDD project.

The presentation will be provided by Martin Durcan, OCU Contracts Manager, Ross Henderson, OCU HDD Designer and Paul Griffin, Ervia Project Engineer.

WEBINAR: Guild Goes Green - Biodiversity Net Gain for Linear Infrastructure

Aug
11
12:00 - 12:45

There’s been a lot of talk of a ‘green recovery’ from Covid. The Pipeline Industries Guild wanted to offer you a series of webinars with a sustainable, green recovery theme over August.

Welcome to our Month of “Guild Goes Green”

Steph Wray and Jon Davies from RSK Biocensus will explain all about how to achieve biodiversity net gain for pipelines and other linear projects

WEBINAR: Effective Working Relationships

Aug
13
12:00 - 12:45

The Pipeline Industries Guild are excited to introduce Emma Davis of emd inspire for this live Webinar. How do we get work done? How do projects reach a successful conclusion? How do businesses thrive through adversity? Surely, the answer is through its people and their working relationships? Join us for this engaging webinar to explore the key principles of effective working relationships.

Webinar: Digging Up Britain 2020: What we can all learn from the millions of works taking place across Great Britain.

Aug
18
12:00 - 13:00

Richard Broome, Managing Director at LSBUD, reviews the 2.8 million searches that take place through the LSBUD portal over the preceding 12 month period, focusing on trends founds and linking those searches to the damages reported through USAG (Utility Strike Avoidance Group).

Award Entrants Webinar: SANITUBE – PRESSURE PIPE LINING

Sep
03
12:00 - 12:45

This Award, introduced in 2003, is made for the most significant contribution to the Utility Pipeline Technology. The objective is to promote the development of new ideas in the general field of Utility Pipeline Technology.

We would like to welcome Tim Farley from Sanivar speak about their shortlisted entry for The Pipelines Industries Guild 2020 Awards.

Award Winner's Webinar: Bacton Combined Outfall

Sep
08
12:00 - 12:45

This Award, introduced in 1993, is made annually for the most significant contribution to Subsea Pipeline Technology. The objective is to promote the development of new ideas in the general field of Subsea Pipeline Technology.

We are delighted to have the Winner from the 2020 Awards, Martin Berry of Royal HaskoningDHV speak about their winning entry.

Award Winner's Webinar: H21

Sep
10
12:00 - 12:45

We are delighted to have the Winner from the 2020 Awards, Stella Matthews of Northern Gas Networks speak about their winning entry, H21.

Date Moved to 2021 - Northern Ireland Branch 24th Annual Dinner

Sep
11
19:00 - 23:59 Belfast

The Northern Ireland Branch Dinner has been POSTPONED due to the Covid-19 Virus.

The NEW DATE for this event is Friday 16th April 2021.

If you have booked or have any queries please contact Jonathan Strain, NI Branch Chair or Anthony Stanley anthony.stanley@phoenixoperations.com

NEW DATE - 16th Northern Branch Karting Challenge

Sep
14
18:00 - 21:30 Wigan

The Northern Branch invites all Pipeline Industries Guild members to a Karting Endurance Challenge at the Three Sisters Race Circuit, Wigan on Monday 14th September 2020 at 18:00pm (prompt).

Award Winner's Webinar: ‘Telesto’ 3D LiDAR Modelling of Tunnels in Semi-Turbulent Flow

Sep
15
12:00 - 12:45

This Award, introduced in 2003, is made for the most significant contribution to the Utility Pipeline Technology. The objective is to promote the development of new ideas in the general field of Utility Pipeline Technology.

We are delighted to have the Winners from the 2020 Awards, Dr Jameel Marafie and Dr Puneet Chhabra of Headlight AI speak about their winning entry and collaboration with Wessex Water and Bright Innovations Group.

Award Winner's Webinar: Malpas SR Isolation

Sep
22
12:00 - 12:45

The Utility Pipeline Projects Award was introduced in 2016 to showcase technical expertise, achievement and challenges overcome in delivery of Utility Pipeline Projects.

We are delighted to have the Winners from the 2020 Awards, Mott MacDonald Bentley, to speak about their winning entry

Award Winner's Webinar: Heading underground - upgrading Thanet’s sewers

Sep
24
12:00 - 12:45

The Land-based Pipeline Projects Awards were introduced in 2016 to showcase technical expertise, achievement and challenges overcome in delivery of land-based/onshore pipeline projects. Projects may be of any length, any diameter pipe or in any sector, including; renewables, unconventional gas, power and infrastructure. Land-based pipelines are those predominantly operating on land, and not underwater, but can include fresh water lake operations. Land-based pipelines are generally onshore large diameter pipelines and may include outfalls and infrastructure projects.

We are delighted to have the Winner from the 2020 Awards, Mark Newman of Southern Water and Keiron Lonergan of TPMD to speak about their winning entry

NEW DATE - The Guild Conference - Skills and Knowledge for the Future

Feb
02
09:30 - 18:00 Coventry

NEW DATE 2nd February 2021

Skills and Knowledge for the Future - focusing on the skills that we need to build as an industry. It’ll be a mix of case studies, projects, and experts sharing their views on the skills and giving overview of the areas (e.g. what is big data). PLUS the highly anticipated PDN National Presentation Competition Final!

64th National Dinner

Mar
09
18:30 - 01:30 London

Now more than ever we need to come together and celebrate a highlight of the Pipeline calendar. The Pipeline Industries Guild celebrates our 64th Annual Dinner at the JW Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane London.

We hope that come March we will be able to all celebrate together.