Event Date/Time: Feb 04, 2010 End Date/Time: Feb 05, 2010
Registration Date: Feb 04, 2010
Early Registration Date: Oct 31, 2009
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Description

Bridges Asia 2010 will focus on trends, challenges and opportunities in the design, construction and maintenance of modern bridge systems across Asia. The conference will present case studies on landmark bridge projects specifically in:
- Hong Kong
- Malaysia
- China
- Japan
- Indonesia

Key Topics of Discussion at Bridges Asia 2010 include:

- Current trends in designing, constructing and maintaining long span bridges
- Best practices in engineering, procurement and construction of challenging bridge projects
- ROI and lifecycle analysis for bridges
- Design for functionality and aesthetics in landmark bridges

By Attending Bridges Asia 2010 you will achieve an:

- Appreciation of modern design techniques, construction procedures and maintenance methods
- Understanding of evolving trends in alternate materials for construction, structural and load analyses, project and asset management
- Up close view of design and construction methodology used by leading EPC and multidisciplinary consultant firms for latest Asian bridge infrastructure
- Learning from a number of presentations on current trends of project financing, funding and ownership modes for bridge infrastructure

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Who will be Attending and Speaking at Bridges Asia 2010? Bridges Asia 2010 will host local and international expert speakers and delegates from: - Asset Owners (Governments) - Multidisciplinary Design Consultants - Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) Contractors - Software, Material, Plant & Equipment Vendors - Regulators ________________________________________ Why you Cannot Miss Bridges Asia 2010? Bridges Asia 2010 will be the first comprehensive Asian event covering all the aspects of design, construction and maintenance of modern long span bridges across the Asian region. It will be THE 2010 platform to network with the stakeholders of the region’s bridge infrastructure industry.

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