Exploring innovation in the design, construction, monitoring and maintenance of bridges
Bridges are an integral and often iconic part of our built environment, connecting people, communities and markets. New Civil Engineer is proud to present our first dedicated event on the design, construction and maintenance of bridges. It will bring together an international audience of clients, consultants, contractors, specialists and architects to discuss best practice, materials innovation and sustainable design and construction. Featuring a number of inspiring projects from around the world, plus some sobering lessons in bridge failure, the emphasis will be on learning from the past, pinpointing how we can innovate in the future, first class networking, and examining the ongoing pipeline of projects.
Whether you are a contractor, consultant or supplier, make sure you join us at The Future of Bridges 2019 conference
The 2019 programme explores bridge innovation and design issues, structural health monitoring and latest in materials
Secure your place at this year's Future of Bridges conference to join the industry leaders on 25 - 26 November
The Future of Bridges is a unique opportunity to raise your company’s profile, highlight your success in front of the industry’s largest clients and showcase your products and services to a technical industry audience.
Why you should be involved:
Raise your brand profile - your involvement ensures industry leaders recognise the significance of your company, and encourages wider identification from exisiting and potential customers alike
With over 150 industry leaders in the room, this event provides a unique opportunity to network with clients, contractors and consultants, who are ready to embrace advanced business models, methods and techniques
Increase exposure of your business prior to the event as your business will feature within our integrated marketing campaign, targeting a wide range of the industry through a variety of channels
Connect and learn about a whole range of bridge innovations and design issues
To discuss partnership opportunities, please contact Francis Barham, 020 3953 2912 firstname.lastname@example.org