Brownfield Intelligence Network
Connecting the brownfield community through networking and learning
Environment Analyst's Brownfield Intelligence Network is designed to bring together the brownfield community through conferences, virtual events and networking.
We are hosting a range of upcoming virtual conferences, on brownfield redevelopment, remediation, planning and regeneration, and waste management. We are also hosting a series of Network events, including webinars and roundtables, which are exclusive to Corporate Members and Network Pass holders.
Groundwater Spatiotemporal Data Analysis Tool (GWSDAT)
– Introducing Version 3.1
GWSDAT is a user-friendly, open source, decision support tool for the analysis and reporting of groundwater monitoring data. The software can handle large data sets with multiple monitoring locations, variable sampling events, and differing chemical constituents. GWSDAT has been used extensively in the assessment of soil and groundwater conditions in numerous locations world-wide.
This Brownfield Intelligence Network presentation will introduce Version 3.1 and use a number of case studies to demonstrate its use in achieving optimum groundwater monitoring and remediation.
Background, Introduction and established business benefits of GWSDAT
Version 3.1 – New Features and Enhancements- including Well Redundancy Analysis
GWSDAT Functionality Demonstration
Historical Case Studies
We have an expansive series of upcoming Network events, including virtual roundtables, panel discussions and networking sessions, which are available exclusively to Corporate Members and Network Pass holders.
These events cover topics from brownfield and contaminated land management, implementing the UN SDGs, biodiversity, SuDs, planning, remediation, natural capital and more.
A Network Pass gives you unlimited, company-wide access to our upcoming virtual training events for one year.
What do our community think?
"We are all in this together, the discussion brought the construction community together"
Managing COVID-19 in the Brownfield Community
How is the Brownfield Community dealing with COVID-19? We hosted four panel discussions with a range of industry experts to discuss the potential implications of the coronavirus crisis on the sector.
Speakers included: Alex Ferguson, Managing Director at Delta-Simons, Ellen Williams, Senior Associate at Burges Salmon LLP, Steve Edgar, Managing Director at Vertase FLI, Matthew Spry, Senior Director at Lichfields, Michael Eaglestone, Major Projects Officer, Planning Services at Wakefield Metropolitan District Council, Paul Nathanail, Managing Director at GHD, Neil Hutchinson, Managing Director - GeoSciences at RSK Group, George Evans, Managing Director at Soilfix and Pat Hayes, Managing Director at Be First.