20 October 2014 - Aurecon’s best and brightest in bridge engineering will share their industry renowned approaches to some of the most technically challenging issues across bridge design at the 9th Austroads Bridges Conference 2014 to be held at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium, 22-24 October.
Themed ‘Bridges for the Future’, the three-day conference is the pre-eminent event in the region, held every 2-3 years. It aims to promote discussion and knowledge sharing on contemporary bridge engineering and management issues and initiatives, showcase innovation, progress and new directions in bridge engineering, management, research and training.
“Aurecon bridge people look at ways to maximise value, to do this we draw on our global experience to leverage sound applied ideas to tackle new problems. This approach reflects in the number of papers, and wide breadth of topics we will be presenting,” says John Hilton, Aurecon Bridges & Civil Structures Expertise Leader.
“Technical excellence is the cornerstone of our offering.”
Impressively, Aurecon is presenting 16 papers this year. Speakers from seven Aurecon offices will present the following papers:
“Aurecon has strong bridge design capability throughout our offices in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. The technical strength of our bridge people in these locations is self-evident. This, coupled with a well-integrated combined global approach, inspires and provides a platform for us to deliver innovative and cost-effective solutions, tailored to meet each of our individual Client’s needs,” concludes John.