About Terry Fuller
Terry is Chief Executive of CIWEM responsible for the delivery of the institution’s strategic aims and its services to members and the public, as well as a Cabinet and Council member of the Society for the Environment.’
He has nearly 30 years’ experience as a River and Coastal flood risk manager having delivered major projects in some of the world’s most beautiful and challenging locations. Previously, Terry managed the rivers and coastal business for Jacobs Engineering and worked in their global business development group.
Terry is a member of CIWEM and has served the institution on the committee of CIWEM''s Rivers and Coastal Group between 2004 and 2011 and as a Main Board Trustee.
Terry has always been active in helping to influence policy and research in flood risk management, exemplified through representing CIWEM and the Institution of Civil Engineers at international conferences.
Terry believes that water should be managed by considering the entire water cycle and all of the demands placed on water.
This seminar will consider how the UK can secure essential development of housing and other infrastructure whilst managing flood risk in the immediate term and for future generations.
To do this we must apply the ingenuity of many professional disciplines and sectors and in so doing we can deliver multiple benefits. This will include lessons from practices overseas and opportunity to transfer services from the UK to around the world.