Nick Bray

Nick Bray graduated from Cambridge University, UK in 1983. After working for Posford Pavry & Partners as a graduate engineer, he joined Demarok International in 1968. Returning to consultancy in 1973, he practised with Livesey & Henderson, which later merged with Binnie & Partners. In 1989 he formed Dredging Research Ltd and acts as an independent consultant. He is the principal author of Dredging, A Handbook for Engineers, and sits on the Environmental Steering Committee of CEDA. He was the keynote speaker at the CEDA Dredging Days, November 1997.

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Articles By Nick Bray

The Importance of Bed Material Characterisation in Planning Dredging Projects
The Importance of Bed Material Characterisation in Planning Dredging Projects

Insufficient, inaccurate and irrelevant data about bed material can lead to unwanted surprises, whereas early advice from contractors and specialist consultants and adequate testing and sampling early on can offer cost-savings down the road.

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Maximising Beneficial Reuse Through the Use of a Novel Dredging Contract
Maximising Beneficial Reuse Through the Use of a Novel Dredging Contract

Partnering with dredging experts, the Port of London Authority developed a unique contract, which incentivised dredging contractors to find opportunities for the beneficial reuse of dredged material.

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Dredging for Development (Fifth Edition)
Authors: Nick Bray

The newly revised, updated version of the IADC/IAPH classic work on port development is now available, illustrated in full colour.

A Review of the Past and a Look to the Future
A Review of the Past and a Look to the Future
Authors: Nick Bray

Where will we be dredging in the next few years? What kind of plant will we be using? The keynote address at the CEDA Dredging Days makes an educated prediction.

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