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21 Sep, 2018 2 min read

FAC Attend FORESEE Kick Off Meeting in Bilbao


The H2020 project, FORESEE, kicked off at the coordinator’s HQ, Tecnalia, in Bilbao this week.




The overall objective of the Future Proofing Strategies for Resilient Transport Networks against Extreme Events (FORESEE) Project is to develop and demonstrate a reliable and easily implementable toolkit for providing short- and long-term resilience schemes against transport disruption due to flooding, landslide and structural damage for rail and road corridors and multi-modal terminals.





FAC’s Prof. William Hynes and Dr. Sheryl Lynch attended and presented on the company’s expertise in the European Research sphere, having generated over €30 million in research funding and secured some 14 European Commission funded projects over the last seven years. They also presented on work package 8, which FAC lead, covering the dissemination and exploitation activities of this 18-partner, international consortium. FAC will also work on the updating of methodologies, practices and solutions, the development of the ‘Response, Mitigation and Adaptation Toolkit’, and the application and validation of the solutions to selected case studies in Italy, Portugal, Spain, UK and Germany.





FORESEE will be completed in 2021 and the total value of the Project is €4.96m.


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FAC is a leading Chartered Town Planning, Development and Socio-economic Analytics Consultancy based in Dublin with an extensive project portfolio throughout Ireland. FAC has extensive experience in town and village renewal, town and village health checks, and settlement profiling.