John Young

John has worked on multi-disciplinary projects with architects, developers, Environment Agency, Local Authorities, consultants and water companies for the delivery of projects including fluvial flood alleviation, sea defence schemes, marinas, reservoirs, lakes, water supply and tidal barrages. During his career he has, and continues to work, on coastal, reclamation, port and marine projects in Hong Kong, The Philippines, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Chile and the Caribbean (Nevis, St Lucia and Grenada). Particular interests include:-

John is an Ove Arup Foundation/Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Teaching Fellow in Engineering Design at Bath University on the Offshore and Coastal Engineering module of the Civil Engineering M.Eng degree course where he teaches a range of subjects to undergraduate students. John is also actively involved in sponsorship of PhD research on breach failure of flood defences in extreme flood events. He has given presentations at Ministerial level in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia and to the Institution of Civil Engineers in London and Riyadh associated with coastal developments in the Middle East. In 2005 John took part as an expert speaker in a seminar programme organised by UK Trade and Investment and the Embassies in Oman and Kuwait speaking about marine pollution relating to the engineering of coastal developments. In addition, John is a qualified CEEQUAL Assessor (Civil Engineering Environmental Quality Assessment and Award Scheme) and a Supervising Civil Engineer (SCE) for the Edenvale Young Approved training scheme with the Institution of Civil Engineers.

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