In this webinar, Chris Allman, Senior Hydraulic Modeller and Hydrologist at Mott MacDonald, illistrates how an initial hydraulic model was developed following the Toddbrook Reservoir incident and how the uncertainties in the modelling were communicated to better manage the immediate risks to the community downstream. The webinar also shows how the model was used to highlight the role of the operational bywash during the incident.
Chris Allman, Senior Associate Hydraulic Modeller and Hydrologist at Mott Macdonald
Chris has 15 years’ experience working in flood risk management in the UK for a range of clients, including the Environment Agency, councils and charities such as the Canal and River Trust. Chris has a passion for solving problems and developing collaborative teams and has used flood modelling in the design of flood risk schemes such as the ongoing work at Phase 2 of the Leeds Flood Alleviation Scheme. Chris is the chair of the Pennines Branch of the British Hydrological Society.