Bridges Eurasia 2010

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Design, construct and maintain new age, iconic and environmentally friendly bridges
Turkey to host the region’s premier conference dedicated to designing, building and maintaining next generation bridges

As the economy is still recovering from the recession, it is vital to ensure and understand the need for optimized use of available resources for infrastructure projects. For bridges, it is important to find innovative ways to design, construct and maintain in an environmentally friendly manner, maximize efficiency and durability and make sure that projects are carried out effectively and efficiently.

Understanding the complex mechanisms of your market and executing aesthetic bridge designs are the essence of the 21st century’s construction industry.

IQPC is proud to announce the inaugural Bridges Eurasia 2010 summit. Learn about the latest bridge technologies, engineering solutions, bridge designs and working practices. Realize the cost and time benefits of new methods including post-tensioning. Ensure durability and sustainability and overcome challenges and obstacles in the design long span bridge projects.

You will hear from industry experts around the globe and learn about their latest bridge projects, rules and regulations during issue of tenders and how to integrate sustainable and aesthetic bridges into the city landscape.

Case studies include:

Construction of the Golden Horn Bridge in Istanbul

Best practice design and analysis methods for the Komurhan Cable Stayed Bridge, Turkey

Design of a steel bridge in Sinop province, Turkey – Incorporating a bridge into the surrounding landscape

The Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Crossing – Creating the world’s largest and tallest spanning arch bridge

Overcoming challenges during construction of the longest bridge of Saudi Arabia

Who will you network with at Bridges Eurasia 2010

The Bridges Eurasia 2010 summit will bring together government departments, architects, contractors, consultants and engineering firms involved in bridge development.

Job titles include:

Heads of: Infrastructure, Roads, Bridges, Transport, Bridge Design and Projects. Chief Engineers, Road Engineers, Civil Engineers, Bridge Engineers and Structural Engineers