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HIGH FRYER

President Professor George Fleming presented the East Anglian Association Merit Award to Graham Fryer of Lewin Fryer and Partners and Adrian Judge of Jackson Group for their work on Welmore Lake Sluice in Cambridgeshire, during his visit to the association in June.

The sluice project included constructing a record breaking 46m diameter cofferdam to help keep saltwater from entering the freshwater Fens, control flood waters and maintain the level of water below the average tide level.

The President considered the project to be a fine example of Egan principles as the clients, contractors and consultant ensured work was completed to everyone's satisfaction.

Also during his visit Fleming was shown around the Port of Felixstowe & Great Yarmouth's new gas fired power station, built on the former brownfield site of an oil fired power station.

Fleming ended the day with dinner at Dunston Hall, Norwich.

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