Julian Smith

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An engineering hydrologist with almost 40 years of experience of the water industry in the UK and overseas, including InfoWorks ICM integrated 1D/2D flood modelling, 2D river modelling, flood analysis, flood alleviation works design, reservoir spillway analysis and design, water resources analysis, analysis of steady and unsteady flow in pipe networks and sewerage system modelling.
Full Name
Frederick Julian Boyd SMITH
Year of Birth
1952
Nationality
British
Profession
Engineering Hydrologist
Range of Experience
Julian Smith is a Chartered Civil Engineer with almost 40 years of experience of the water industry in the UK and overseas, including 2D river modelling, flood analysis, flood alleviation works design, reservoir spillway analysis and design, water resources analysis, analysis of steady and unsteady flow in pipe networks and sewerage system modelling.

He has audited water company submissions to OFWAT as well as assisting in their preparation. Julian has also been involved in helping developers satisfy Planning requirements regarding flood risk and in the preparation of technical evidence for Public Inquiries and the promotion of projects in Parliament.
Career Summary
  • 2010-date Independent consultant.
  • 2005-2010 Jacobs Engineering.
  • 2001-2005 KBR
  • 1997-2001 Ove Arup
  • 1981-1997 Rofe Kennard and Lapworth
  • 1979-1980 University of Birmingham, Department of Civil Engineering
  • 1973-1978 Howard Humphreys
Education
  • 1973 BSc (Hons) Civil Engineering, Birmingham University
  • 1979 MSc Water Resources Technology, Birmingham University
Professional Affiliation
  • Member Institution of Civil Engineers, 1988
  • Member of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management, 1990
Key Assignments
  • InfoWorks ICM integrated 1D/2D flood modelling for various urban areas in southern England including Deal and Whitstable.
  • Surface water resource yield studies for South East Water.
  • Technical auditing of water company June Returns, Business Plans, WRMPs to Ofwat.
  • Member of team reporting to DoE on Yorkshire Water's proposed measures for drought alleviation in 1995.
  • Hydrological and hydraulic aspects of safety assessments and upgrades for many reservoirs.
  • Contributor to DEFRA Engineering Guide to Emergency Planning for UK Reservoirs, 2006.
  • Responsible for design flood reassessment for Evinos Dam, Greece.
  • Technical secretary to the ICE Floods and Reservoir Safety Working Party in 1995.
  • Flood hydrology,1D/2D hydraulic modelling using IWRS for road projects including Cogges Link at Witney, A46 Newark - Widmerpool and a proposed new bridge over the River Thames at Newbridge.
  • Hydraulic aspects of DEFRA Pilot Integrated Urban Drainage project on the Hogsmill catchment.
  • Directed integrated urban drainage modelling (IWRS plus IWCS-2D) for flood mapping in Redhill.
  • Hydrological and hydraulic modelling using FEH and IWRS-2D for EA Strategy, Feasibility studies.
  • Hydraulic modelling of low flows in Crayford Marshes ditch system for WLMP using InfoWorks CS.
  • Surface water drainage requirements for Medmerry Managed Realignment scheme near Selsey, UK.
  • Flood risk assessment and estimation of alternative drainage scheme costs for Land Tribunal valuation for CTRL.
  • Determined reservoir yield/storage relationships for Moruga Water Supply Feasibility Study, Trinidad.
  • Directed analysis of water resource system for WSBA Water Supply, Cyprus.
  • Hydrological basis for small impounding reservoirs to supply 64 mountain communities in Oman.
  • Produced practical rules for flood forecasting using total rainfall and peak flow or stage for Wessex Water.
  • ARE on Benghazi Main Drainage, a £20 million foul and surface water sewerage contract.
Country Experience
Libya, Papua New Guinea, Greece, United Kingdom, Hong Kong
Languages
English
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