H2OX annual UJC seminar goes from strength to strength
Wednesday the 10th of April saw Oxford Hydrotechnics hold their latest seminar at the Union Jack Club in Waterloo, drawing a diverse array of representatives from across the industry to hear talks on ground stabilisation techniques, fibre optic structural monitoring and the control of Japanese Knotweed.
Over 50 people attended the free event which included talks from Oxford Hydrotechnics' Steve Henn, Paul Callender of McFarland Associates and David Layland of Japanese Knotweed Control.
There was also the chance for networking between the talks, allowing clients to discuss the feasibility of the discussed techniques on their current projects.
The seminar, once again proved hugely popular and provided an insight into some of the industry's most innovative techniques in dealing with some of construction's most common problems.
To see what other events Oxford Hydrotechnics will be holding and attending this year, please take a look at our Events section.