Over two hundred regional and global industry experts are expected to gather at IQPC's groundbreaking Bridges Middle East conference on 22-24 November 2010.
Eng. Jaber Ali R. Al-Mohannadi, General Manager, Qatar Bahrain Causeway Foundation said, "We are very pleased with the response from the industry for our event, which reflects the scale and importance of this project in solving the mobility challenges for Qatar and Bahrain. We are proud to be involved in this event and have the opportunity to provide detailed insight into the project."
In an exclusive Bridges Middle East 2009 focus day, the Qatar-Bahrain Causeway Foundation, will officially discuss the Qatar-Bahrain Causeway Project. The focus day, on Sunday November 22, will provide an essential platform for all key stakeholders involved in the Project. The conference will be chaired by Eng. Jaber Ali R. Al-Mohannadi. He will be joined by expert Rick Haggett, Executive Director, Qatar-Bahrain Causeway Management. Most notably, several of the Foundation Board Directors as well as representatives from the Bahrain and Qatar ministries involved in the project will be present throughout the day as session commentators.
The Bridges Middle East conference will be sponsored by the following companies: AECOM, VSL Middle East, Arminox, Freyssinet, KBR, BBR/Nasa Structural Systems, Bentley, Modjeski & Masters, ArcelorMittal, Outokumpu, Maurer Sohne/ECO, Valbruna, Overseas AST, Anglo East Post Tension LLC/Tensacciai, Sofistik, Bestech, Mageba, Techstar, Halcrow, EarthTec, General Technologies Inc, Zublin, Doka, Pranav, Strainstal, Moog and NRS Asia. At the main conference, there will be an exhibition area where attendees can network and learn more about the latest innovative solutions available. The main conference days will provide an overview of other key regional bridge projects including: The Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed Crossing, the Sheikh Zayed Bridge, the Saadiyat Bridge, the Dubai Metro Viaducts, bridge projects in Jordan, Kuwait motorway bridges and Bridge maintenance in Al Ain Municipality.
Fiona Barron, Conference Director for Bridges Middles East 2009 states, "Bridges Middle East is a key conference for the infrastructure and transport industry. The conference will provide a unique opportunity to explore current opportunities in Middle East bridge projects."
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