Anthony Fernihough & Mark Goodger
London Underground Ltd & Hydro International
Anthony Fernihough is Profession Head (Pumps & Drainage) at London Underground Ltd. He is accountable as Engineering Standards owner for Civil Engineering P&D sub-division across the LU network and for ensuring appropriate controls and mitigation are in place to safeguard the safety & integrity of LU P&D assets at all times including project construction activity. Anthony is a Chartered Civil Engineer with extensive experience in the transportation/railroad and water industry.
Mark Goodger is team leader for Hydro International’s Regional Technical Managers. He is a Mechanical Engineer and a member of the Chartered Institute of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM). Mark has over 10 years’ experience of working in stormwater management and flood control and has been instrumental in the development of innovative technologies and solutions to real world problems. He has represented Hydro on EU funded projects in relation to the Floods and Water Framework Directives, as well as acting as a reviewer for the 2015 CIRIA SuDS Manual.
Water & Pollution Management to Improve Trackside Safety
A forward thinking approach to sustainable track drainage and maintenance, pioneered by London Underground, is setting new standards for personnel health & safety, whilst successfully managing flooding and pollution risks.
The scheme marks the first ever use of the Downstream Defender® for trackside drainage to help ensure the long-term effectiveness of deep bore soakaways and protect the groundwater from contamination.
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