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LI Webinar: An Introduction to Landscape Protection with Marshalls


Marshall’s Mission is to create design led protective products which blend seamlessly into our environments to protect people, keeping people feeling safe… not scared®. 


This session will cover the following: 

– How & why HVM measures came into the market place 

– Who influences the strategy 

– Threats & response 

– Testing and subsequent specification 

– Key considerations in design 

– Traditional and new approaches in product options 

– Products available including Street Furniture integrated options 

– Design capability 


Learning outcomes: 

  • Understanding why HVM is necessary  
  • Specification criteria  
  • Awareness of the wide range of products that can be utilised to create safer places 

Paul Haggerty , National Business Development Manager –HVM Specialist, Marshalls

Webinar Speaker

Paul Haggerty , National Business Development Manager –HVM Specialist, Marshalls

Having previously been joint owner of a construction business I am now in my 12th year within Marshalls where I began as a Key Contractor Manager then moving into the Technical Role of Walkways & Canopies which progressed into Hostile Vehicle Mitigation almost 10 years ago now. I have been involved from early concept & design stage resulting in many delivered large Projects all around the world including Saudi Arabi with Aramco Oil, Global Market, All Expo 2020 Metro Stations in the UAE, Anaheim Disney US, Malta Airport, all Value Retail Villages in & around Europe along with many iconic, public & sensitive assets within the UK including Sellafield, London Wall, Trafalgar Square, Leicester Square, Battersea & Crossrail Woolwich to name a few. 

Webinar Host 

Paul Lincoln, Executive Director, Creative Projects an Publishing at the Landscape Institute and Commissioning Editor for Landscape, the LI’s quarterly journal.

Paul managed the LI’s 90th Birthday Festival in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and at Chelsea Flower Show. He has curated three exhibitions with the Building Centre, including Beyond the Green Belt and Rethinking the Urban Landscape. He also led the Capability Brown 300th Anniversary Festival project on behalf of the LI.

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