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Bridge conference to explore challenges facing local governments

Kopua footbridge project

Kopua Footbridge Replacement

15 November 2012 - As a leading international provider of bridge engineering services, Aurecon is presenting six papers at the upcoming fifth annual Small Bridges Conference on 19 and 20 November in Surfers Paradise.

With more than 50 years experience in all forms of bridge design including long span bridges, rail and road bridges, footbridges, and specialist civil structures for transport projects, we also have significant experience in bridge asset management, including inspections, and the design of remedial works.

This year’s Small Bridges Conference will focus on sharing information with industry on significant developments around the design and maintenance of small bridges.

Aurecon experts will be showcasing their work on recent projects over the two days:

Day 1 – 19 November
8.45am Stream 2 – Rail
Brendan Ryan - Bridges for the TrackStar Alliance Richlands to Springfield Project

1.30pm Stream 2 – Pedestrian Bridges
David Mockett - Kopua Footbridge Replacement, Raglan, New Zealand
Day 2 – 20 November
8.45am Stream 2 – Remediation, Upgrading & Repair
Marcia Prelog - Ginninderra Bridge Bearing Replacement, Canberra

11.00am Stream 1 – Bridge Management Systems
Marcia Prelog, Ken O’Neill - Bridge Management Systems: An Overview of Assessment Ratings

11.00am Stream 2 – Remediation, Upgrading and Repair
Tom Sheasby, Scott Fayers (RMS) - Implementation of Remedial Works to Hampden Bridge Over the Kangaroo Valley

Mark Alexander, Scott Fayers (RMS) - Design of Remedial Works to Hampden Bridge Over the Kangaroo Valley

Aurecon is also Gold Sponsor of the conference.

If you would like to learn more about the papers our team are presenting, or would like to talk to any of our experts, please visit us at the conference or alternatively contact us on the details below:

Graham Murray
T +61 7 3173 8348



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