She has been involved in various aspects of engineering throughout her career. She has worked in a Consultancy practice managing a number of Highways and Transportation offices, promoted Civil Engineering as Regional Director for the ICE, and maintained bridges as Head of Maintenance at the Severn River Crossing.
In 2016, she took up the enviable role of Bridge Master on the Clifton Suspension Bridge. This high profile role covers the major projects and maintenance of the bridge, the managing of the business including the visitor centre and the engagement with the public and Trustees.
She is a keen advocate of engineering and sits on the University of the West of England Advisory Board for Civil Engineering, is an ICE mentor and is one of the judges for the ICE Civil Engineering Awards in the South West.
Today she will talk about how the bridge came to be built, the history behind it and the ongoing maintenance and projects needed to keep it a working bridge and prominent icon for Bristol.
The lecture is at 8pm and is preceeded by an optional dinner. Ticket options below are for with the lecture only or dinner and lecture.
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