8 December 202209:30 - 17:00
IStructE HQ and online
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In-person from £199 + VAT
Online from £155 + VAT
IStructE HQ and online
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Available until one month prior
Ensuring ageing bridges and transport infrastructure are maintained safely 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 ageing 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.
Practicing structural engineers primarily working on bridges and infrastructure projects
Member: £219 + VAT (Early booking £199 + VAT)
Standard: £339 + VAT (Early booking £309 + VAT)
Student: £49 + VAT
Member: £175 + VAT (Early booking £155 + VAT)
Standard: £275 + VAT (Early booking £245 + VAT)
Student: £39 + VAT
Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities are available. Get in touch with our sponsorship team.
Director of Asset Management for National Highways, responsible for developing and implementing the company's asset management approach. Lila has more than 25 years in all aspects of transport asset management, from developing and implementing national policy to developing skills and capability in organisations and addressing operational challenges. Lila is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, Chair of the PIARC UK National Committee and Executive Board member of the Conference of European Directors for Roads (CEDR). She has also been a Council member of the Institute of Asset Management and an honorary lecturer at the University of Birmingham.
Akram is a chartered civil and structural engineer with 30 years in the design management and construction of bridges and civil engineering structures. He has extensive experience of concept, preliminary and final design of highway, railway and building structures plus experience of inspection, assessment and expert witness work requiring in-depth knowledge of material behaviour. Akram's international experience has covered most bridge structural forms with emphasis on prestressed concrete balanced cantilever bridges, precast segmental bridges and incrementally launched bridges.
Ash Parmar has over 30 years of experience in management, maintenance and inspection of railway structures in London Underground TFL. In this time, he has initiated a number of innovative methods in management and inspection of railway structures in the London underground including the use of automated laser surveys which are currently employed in automatic inspection of subsurface and deep tube tunnels.
Roozbeh has over 30 years’ experience in Civil engineering in both green and brown field assets in transport and energy sectors. These include significant new build assets such as Battersea Station as well as managing life extension of exiting assets such King’s Scholars Pond Sewage rehabilitation and Fulham bridge strengthening in London Underground. He is currently the asset lead for all Bridges and Structures asset portfolio in London Underground.
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