Trawsfynydd Safestores Capping Roofs
North Wales Best Practice Club in association with CEW presents:
A ‘Peer Review’ for the Constructing Excellence in Wales Demonstration Programme
The reactor buildings at Trawsfynydd are to be reduced in height to lessen their visual impact within Snowdonia National Park, as the buildings will remain in “Safe Storage” until 2088. The Capping Roof project involves construction of an internal roof structure to provide interim protection to the lower levels of the buildings during the follow-on height reduction works and construction of a new envelope.
The project is participating in the Demonstration Programme for Wales, designed to promote Best Practice and innovation in construction through a wide ranging programme of projects and initiatives throughout Wales.
Come and hear from the project team on the challenges faced in constructing such a facility. You will have opportunities to participate in the discussion and provide your own ‘review’ or assessment of the project via a simple scoring mechanism. This provides a valuable stage in the process of a project becoming a ‘demonstration’.
There are security issues in relation to the visit. Everyone attending must complete a Trawsfynydd Visitor Form in advance. Anyone wishing to join the tour of the site is required to bring full PPE otherwise access to the site will be refused.
We will forward the relevant forms once we receive your registration. Please be aware your place will not be confirmed until we have received all the requested information from you and it has been cleared by Trawsfynydd.
To reserve your place please reply to email@example.com stating your full contact details and the names of all delegates wishing to attend. Substitution of delegates can be made at any time.
Non-attendance by any registered delegate will be charged at £40 (plus VAT) in full unless you informed us by Monday 8th November.