Advanced Composite Materials (C707)
Venue: Barbican Centre
|Event Date/Time: Jun 06, 2007|
Composite applications are rapidly evolving. Reduced mass, corrosion resistance and superior weight-strength ratios offer significant benefits in the built environment. From an initial range of niche uses to industry-wide delivery, the potential for implementation is limited only by creative design and imagination.
Major asset-owners including Network Rail and the Highways Agency are fostering innovation and steadily increasing composite use in both reinforcement and new-build projects. With high-profile clients driving uptake, the volume of work incorporating composite components is set to experience unprecedented growth.
Does your company have the requisite knowledge, expertise and pioneering attitude to deliver creative solutions? Can you translate cutting-edge technology into lucrative contract opportunities?
Advanced Composite Materials will resolve uncertainty, stimulate innovative thinking and predict future trends. Join industry experts for comprehensive analysis of cutting-edge applications and projected developments.
Benefit from vital updates on:
- Evolving client approaches and future investment
- Pioneering projects: successes, challenges and lessons learned
- Monitoring long-term performance and establishing reliable life prediction models
- Developing best practice and accessing workable design guidance
- Predicted innovations and optimising emerging technology
Who should attend:
Structural and civil engineers, consultants, contractors, architects, clients, local authorities and planners, product manufacturers and suppliers should all attend. Meet with peers, competitors and clients. Benchmark success and identify new opportunities.
Key Speakers Include:
Andy Doherty, Director - Railway Systems Engineering, NETWORK RAIL
Ben Sadka, Senior Technical Advisor, HIGHWAYS AGENCY
Paul Lambert, Technical Director, MOTT MACDONALD
Sam Luke, Business Unit Director, MOUCHEL PARKMAN
Steve Denton, Director of Bridge and Structural Engineering, PARSONS BRINCKERHOFF
Neil Farmer, Executive Director, TONY GEE AND PARTNERS