The Flood Expo Awards
After the success of the inaugural Flood Expo Awards last year, 2017’s show will see three more cutting-edge firms within the flood industry receive one of our prestigious accolades.
These awards recognise those companies that are breaking boundaries in both technological innovation and product design, and are making a difference to the way flooding is predicted, prevented and managed across the globe in today’s challenging climate.
A judging panel comprising of some of the biggest and most respected voices in the sector will select one winner for each of the three award categories - Innovation Award; Mitigation Award; and Resilience Award - making these a set of highly illustrious and sought-after accolades.
The finalists will present to a judges panel at the show, giving them a chance to pitch their product or service and the reason why they should win. Visitors are welcome to join the award presentations.
A celebration of an idea which has truly pushed the boundaries of design and service. The Innovation Award recognises the concept that combines an unprecedented blend of creativity and uniqueness to the flood sector.
Stand No: F1010
Stand No: F4030
Stand No: F7030
Stand No: F2040
This award recognises the company providing the best product or service which can help mitigate the devastating impact of flooding.
Stand No: F2031
Stand No: F5040
Stand No: F5030
Stand No: F1016
This award recognises the company providing the very best product or service designed to help its user resist flooding, minimising or totally eradicating altogether the damage caused by flooding.
Stand No: F2060
Stand No: F6021
Stand No: F3069
Stand No: F3025
Stand No: F1022
Stand No: F1020
Stand No: F4050
Jerry Cotter- United States Army Corps of Engineers, Chief of the Water Resources Branch
James Winbolt - Environment Agency, Business Development National League
Anthony Fernihough - London Underground, Head of Profession Pumping and Drainage
Patricia Mak - Thames Tideway, Flood Risk Specialist
Andy Elliott - Dorset County Council, Geographic Information Systems Manager
Nick Haigh- Defra, Head of Analysis & Evidence / Senior Economic Advisor, Floods & Water
Alex Fraser - Northumberland Council, Flood & Coastal Erosion Risk Management
Katie Kimber - Watermark Flood Fund Calderdale, Project Manager
Richard Cartlidge - Amec Foster Wheeler, Consultant
John Butler - MLM, Principal Engineer
Teresa Cannon - Norwich City Council, Emergency Planning Manager
Nick Bean - Mott MacDonald Group Ltd, Flood Risk Manager
Francesca Hurt - Amec Foster Wheeler Environment, Principal Consultant, Water Management
Paul Redington - Zurich Insurance Plc, Senior Property Claims Adjuster
Paul Hlinovsky - BMT WBM UK, Principal Engineer Flood Risk and Sustainable Drainager