6 October 202209:30 - 17:00
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In-person from £199 + VAT
Online from £155 + VAT
Available until one month prior
Ensuing the safe and continued operation of aging bridges and transport infrastructure is a complex challenge requiring advanced structural engineering expertise. The implications of an asset needing repair or replacement are vast and wide-reaching.
Through case studies, technical presentations and discussion this conference will bring together structural engineers to share best practice and advances in technology and techniques. Sessions will focus on assessment and diagnostics, monitoring and strengthening for the rehabilitation and life extension of bridges and aging infrastructure.
The conference will take place as a hybrid event. Delegates can register to attend in-person at the Institution’s London headquarters or online and enjoy the same opportunities for networking and interaction.
Assessment and diagnostics
Inspection and monitoring
Practicing structural engineers primarily working on bridges and infrastructure projects
Got a presentation or case study you would like to share? We’d love to hear from you. Please email the details to [email protected]
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