Why attend the Future of Transport:
> Hear from major and regional clients across sectors, as their share their investment plans and how Covid-19 has impacted projects
> Discover the latest engineering innovations in transport infrastructure and how digital technology is changing the way engineers approach asset design, construction, safety and maintenance
> Network virtually with industry leaders from across the UK and develop new relationships with major clients, contractors, designers, architects, consultants and technology providers
> Build your knowledge of different sectors by exploring talks and approaches being employed in the bridges, airports, rail and roads sectors
> Stay ahead of the competition as major projects such as HS2 and Lower Thames Crossing accelerate development and ensure you have the knowledge to exceed client requirements
Bridges – 9 November:
- Case study: constructing the new Morandi bridge in the wake of a disaster and pandemic
- Protecting bridges from climate change and identifying at risk structures
Airports – 10 November:
- Mapping passenger demand in a post Brexit-UK and post-Covid-19?
- Exploring the latest design and delivery strategies of major operators and sharing best practice from a range of exemplar projects
Roads – 11 November:
- Delivering benefits through Infrastructure: Highways England’s approach to building more than just a road
- How will local authorities improving highways asset management for the 2020s and beyond?
Rail – 12 November:
- Debating the impact that the rise of rail hubs and stations as destinations has for their design and delivery?
- Using technology to drive productivity in rail projects and discussing how it is changing procurement