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ICE Bridges Conference 2016

ICE Bridges 2016 is an opportunity for the design, construction and maintenance communities to learn from innovative projects, hear about new approaches and understand the specifics of regulation changes. The third one day conference in this popular series, ICE Bridges offers networking and insight for the whole supply chain. The event will explore methods to assess, manage, maintain and upgrade ageing assets, and levers the independence and specialist knowledge of the 200 year old ICE.
When Jun 01, 2016
Where Institution of Civil Engineers One Great George Street Westminster London SW1P 3AA
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The programme features sessions including: 

 

  • Managing critical infrastructure - innovation on the Forth Road Bridge health monitoring, drones, load testing, CCTV and their achievements with Transport for Scotland and Amey
  • The University of Surrey's Lecturer of Bridge Engineering will explain resilient design for bridges subject to dynamic loads 
  • AECOM's Regional Director of Transportation will define good practice when inspecting, identifying and maintaining hidden bridge components
  • A panel discussion on effective collaboration with Network Rail, the Canal and River TrustDevon County Council and Kier Services 
  • An update on the Highways Code of Practice for well managed highway infrastructure from Highways England 
  • BEAST: an international case study on the Bridge Evaluation and Accelerated Structural Testing Lab

 

Select the Supporting Association rate when registering to receive a £50 discount as a member or call +44 (0)20 7665 2226.

 

Secure your place today at www.ice-bridges.com

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