Thames Tunnel: GIS leadsinformation integrationKendall JamesSpatial Information ManagerKendall.email@example.com
Thames Tunnel Background 39 million cubic metres of sewage discharged to tidal River Thames in a typical year. As little as 2mm of rain can now trigger a discharge. Environmental - tides mean the sewage stays in the river for weeks, affecting dissolved oxygen levels and habitats Human – frequency of Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) discharges is a potential hazard to all river users Legal – the UK fails to comply with the EU Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive.
Thames Water’s existing role To ensure effective and efficient sewerage and drainage services to London, while meeting environmental law with respect to the CSO discharges into the River Thames To make proposals for meeting its obligations backed by appropriate evidence to fulfil the requirements of regulators and the law To implement those proposals cost-effectively, ensuring: – they are financed appropriately – they have the necessary development and other consents – customers and those affected are kept appropriately informed
Thames Tunnel challenges Meet requirements of Minister’s Direction in most cost efficient manner Intercept the flow from the 34 most polluting CSO’s (of 57) as identified by the Environment Agency Construction of one of the longest and deepest tunnels ever built beneath London Deal with variable ground conditions – London Clay, Lambeth Group, Thanet Sands and Chalk Minimise impact on surface and subsurface infrastructure Control odour and air release during tunnel filling
Preferred route and sites (phase one andinterim engagement)
GIS Solution Timeline GIS Strategy GIS Team Licence Agreements GeoLite 1.0 (Esri JS API) GIS Standards File GDB ArcGIS Server ArcGIS Server 9.3 9.3 GeoViewer 1.0 (ArcReader) Replication GeoViewer 2.0 (Esri Web ADF)July 2009 2010 2011 20122008
GIS Solution Timeline GIS Strategy GIS Team Licence Agreements GeoLite (Esri JS API) GIS Standards ArcGIS Server ArcGIS Server ArcGIS Server 9.3 10.0 9.3 10.0 Replication GeoViewer 2.0 (Esri Web ADF) GeoViewer 2.4 (Esri Web ADF)July 2009 2010 2011 20122008
GIS Solution Timeline GIS Strategy GIS Team Licence Agreements GeoLite (Esri JS API) GIS Standards ArcGIS Server ArcGIS Server 10.0 10.0 Replication GeoViewer 3.1 2.4 (Esri Web ADF) GeoViewer (GeoCortex ADF Viewer)July 2009 2010 2011 20122008
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