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High Speed Rail Europe: Planning, Design & Construction 2011
High Speed Rail Europe: Planning, Design & Construction 2011
High Speed Rail Europe: Planning, Design & Construction 2011
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High Speed Rail Europe: Planning, Design & Construction 2011

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  • 1. The ONLY Construction Focused High Speed Rail Event In Europe!HigH Speed Rail euRope: planning,deSign & ConStRuCtion 2011 Save 50integrate & interface! achieve effective o 2 p tou r€gister u y einteroperability with advanced route & if ay by and p bruarysignalling strategies to accelerate your e 25th F 11 20project deliveryConference & Exhibition: 12th-13th April 2011 | Master Classes: 14th April 2011 | Lisbon Marriott Hotel, Lisbon, Portugal The Essential Tool Kit: Everything you need Outstanding Speaker Faculty! to excel in High Speed Rail Construction! 15+ Thought-leaders in High Speed Rail Construction: All Aboard! Lucrative High Speed Rail Andrew McNaughton contracts continue at full speed ahead… Chief Engineer High Speed 2 Latest update on investment, policy and Julian Strong development initiatives and the opportunities for your Lead Engineer construction company Bechtel Tonni Christiansen The Route Of The Cause: Route planning Director of Rail techniques to avoid disruptions to project delivery Ramboll Innovative methods of reducing project costs & how Eric Wu to successfully implement community cooperation Divisional Director Mott MacDonald tactics to ensure a smooth ride during construction Roberto Rodriguez Illanes Stay On Track: Methods to ensure accurate Infrastructure Manager ADIF project programming Graeme Bampton Insight into the techniques used across Europe to Head of Rail maintain budget, schedule & quality in order to meet Faithful & Gould client requirements in a fiercely competitive arena Fabio Senesi Vice Director, Technical Standards Getting Mixed Signals? The future growth Agenzia Nazionale Sicurezza Ferroviaria of ERTMS Iain Nunn Director of Rail Infrastructure Stay at the forefront of HSR signalling innovation Jacobs whilst ensuring European-wide compatibility Miguel Angel Rodriguez Gomez Sign Project Engineer for up All the INTECSA-INARSA A c Pas cess Tailor-made Interactive Masterclasses Carlos Tarazaga Castilla A - Significant Signalling Strategies s International Railway Project Manager Prointect Julian Strong, Lead Engineer, Bechtel B - The Secret to Perfect Power Distribution & Electrification Delivery Iain Nunn, Director of Rail Infrastructure, Jacobs Register online NOW to secure your place at this groundbreaking event! www.highspeedraileurope.com
  • 2. Hear about:A NEW ERA FOR HIGH UNIFE’s perspectives on HSRSPEED RAIL IN EUROPE. development High Speed 2’s tips for HSRDear High Speed Rail Professional project planningThe High Speed Rail (HSR) sector has seen some hefty Prointec’s involvement in USA’sinvestment in recent years and latest indications show no signs first High Speed lineof slowing down. With Vinci securing a €7.1 billion HSR project Jacobs’ methods of futurein June 2010 as well as the EIB ploughing €900 million into a proofing electrification systemsHSR project in Spain, the opportunities for construction Bechtel’s strategy for signallingcompanies remain strong. and control systems ADIF’s desired planningWith a fierce battle to secure new contracts, are you up to strategies for Spanish HSRspeed on the latest advances in signalling and electrification aswell as optimum project delivery to guarantee your stake in theHSR market? The 1st Class CarriageAfter in-depth research with 86 industry professionals includingBalfour Beatty Rail, Eiffage and SNCF, we have devised an event Who you will networkspecific for you. This event is High Speed Rail Europe: Planning, with at HSR Europe:Design & Construction 2011, which comprises of cutting edge Planning Design &sessions from experienced construction companies, specialist Construction 2011consultants and decision making Rail Network Operators! Must attend event for experts fromConstruction specific topics include: Construction Companies, Consultants, Rail Network Operators & The Future of High Speed Rail: Delay or Development Government Officials Standardise HSR: The strategic methods to reduce Contracts Manager project costs Project Managers Civil Engineers Reduce the Risks of HSR Stage Programming Signalling + Electrical Engineers Design Concerns for Signalling & Control Systems Rail Infrastructure Manager Specific to HSR Head of RailThis construction specific event has been explicitly designed Head of Infrastructureto showcase some of the most impressive and innovative HSR If your role is linked to construction or engineering in High Speed Rail this isdesign and construction projects in Europe and celebrates the feats the must-attend meeting of the yearbehind them. for you!Save the date in your diary now: 12th-13th April 2011 so thatnothing stands in the way of attending this HSR specific event. Don’t Miss Out On....Book your place today and benefit from expertise provided by the New contacts, new business:industry’s elite. our unrivalled networking opportunities are designed toI look forward to meeting you in April in Lisbon! give you fundamental face time with key decision makers fromKind Regards, Save 50 across the industry The very best business o 2 p tou r€gister intelligence! We have carefully u y e selected each and every member of our speaker faculty to ensure that if ay by you hear from only the thought-Simon Wigfield and p bruary leaders and pioneers in HSR eConference Director 25th F 11 Benchmark against your peersConstruction IQ 20 to maintain your market position. Hear the mistakes made by your competition to avoid possible oversights in your projects P.S. Book your place today and network with In-depth interactive masterConstruction Companies, Consultants and Clients! classes will deliver detailed insights into interfacing and electrification Register now by contacting us on +44 (0) 20 7368 9300
  • 3. Conference Agenda Day One | Tuesday 12th April 201108.15 Registration & Coffee 12.45 Lunch & Networking08.45 Construction IQ – Welcome Address 14.00 HSR International Project Planning: Florida High Speed Line08.50 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks Insight into USA’s 1st HSR Line • Discover the latest position and prospects for The Future of High Speed Rail: What are the big contracts on this industry leading project to position ensure you can meet all client requirements challenges that will affect the European market • Develop a clear understanding of the differences in09.00 The Future of High Speed Rail: Delay or Development route and requirements to position yourself in pole • To what extent is High Speed Rail (HSR) still in its position for new contacts infancy with industry advancement the only option • Discover the latest techniques in signalling and • Discover what new projects are to be released for electrification interfacing to keep up to speed with the tender in the coming years to prepare your company most technical demanding project in HSR history for successful multi-billion pound contacts Carlos Tarazaga Castilla, International Railway Project • Ascertain the reason why the recession has brought a Manager, PROINTECT new lease of life into HSR through evolved funding 14.45 Reduce Project Costs Through Effective Planning structures to ensure you are in prime position for • Reduce the number of tunnels required by reducing future tender the impact slopes have on HSR trains to cut Senior Representative from UNIFE construction costs09.45 High Speed Rail Vs. Aviation: Planning, policy & • Plan a route that avoids unsuitable soil types to reduce funding construction time and project expenditureExclusive Political Insight • Understand why many industry experts perceive • Future proof your route and HSR technologies to ensure connecting these two competing transport sectors will your project is not derailed by high maintenance costs bring commercial success to all involved Eric Wu, Divisional Director • Discover the dilemmas found by Schiphol when Mott MacDonald creating a synergy between air and rail transport 15.30 Afternoon Tea & Networking • Comprehend how European guidelines have opened up new opportunities for International High Speed Rail 16.00 HSR Key Planning Client Requirements Wim Bourtese, Government Relations • Execute accurate viability studies to discover if HSR Rail Advisor would add benefit to current infrastructure • To what extent is detailed design essential to any10.30 Morning Coffee & Networking project reaching completion • Discover how the use of preliminary test projects can Route Planning Considerations: reduce project oversights and public objections Striking A Compromise Roberto Rodriguez Illanes, Infrastructure Manager11.15 Developing HSR In A Densely Populated Country ADIF • Discover HS2’s methods of route design in urban 16.45 Chairperson’s Closing RemarksHigh Speed 2 Insight corridors and populated countryside to keep up to date with the industry’s HS leaders • Utilise key compromise strategies to balance the effect of HSR on people and the environment • Learn why HS2 feels engaging with all project stakeholders is the key to a successful project in a densely populated country Andrew McNaughton, Chief Engineer Visit the download centre... High Speed 2 ...for your free resources including12.00 Standardise HSR: The strategic methods to reduce complimentary interviews, reports project costs & articles exclusive to Construction IQ • Apply cost models and transport planning models to www.highspeedraileurope.com HSR to ensure sustainable industry growth • Research actual planning and construction unit rates to ensure projects are delivered under budget • Implement consultant/construction company alliances Must Attend Masterclasses to secure business and drive down costs in HSR planning and construction Maximise your time out of the office by registering for one of our expert lead Graeme Bampton, Head of Rail masterclasses Faithful + Gould & Representative from Atkins For your booking enquires you can email us now: construction@iqpc.co.uk
  • 4. Conference Agenda Day Two | Wednesday 13th April 2011 08.15 Registration & Coffee 12.45 Lunch & Networking 08.55 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks 14.00 Design & Plan Denmark’s Implementation of ERTMS On Both Mainline & HSR 1st Stop Achieving Client Requirements: • Discover how implementing ERTMS on both HSR and Project Programming Mainline will reduce delays and ensure an increased Biggest Consultancy safety level throughout Denmark Contract to Date! 09.00 Community Alignment: Reducing construction/ • Identify how Ramboll aims to solve such problems as community conflicts technical feasibility, project managements and project-Insight from Europe’s Biggest • Execute considerate project scheduling to limit economy to reduce these problems in your projects Construction Company disruption to neighbouring businesses and inhabitants • To what extent has Ramboll facilitated international to ensure positive client/public relations HSR travel through implements ERTMS 2, identify how • To what extent can nocturnal construction reduce the incorporating this system in your designs can secure impact on non project stakeholders your future contracts throughout Europe • Implement community projects throughout Tonni Christiansen, Director of Rail construction to limit the negative aspects of HSR Ramboll construction 14.45 Serious Signalling: Technical standards for HSR • Automated Control vs. Human Response: Is it 09.45 Portuguese PPP Signalling Solutions acceptable to rely upon a solely automated signalling • Conduct essential studies to allow accurate planning, system such as ERTMS funding, supply and construction of HSR to take place • Execute effective programme tests prior to • Discover the specific signalling and telecommunication construction to determine the most effective signalling specifics set up for the tendering process for HSR in system for your HSR Portugal • How to ensure your interfacing construction meets • In depth evaluation of infrastructure PPP tendering national and International standards proposals set of by RAVE Fabio Senesi, Vice Director, Technical Standards Rui Quadrado, Signalling Engineer Agenzia Nazionale Sicurezza Ferroviaria RAVE 15.30 Afternoon Tea & Networking 10.30 Morning Coffee & Networking 16.00 HSR & Tunnelling: Improving interfacing and installations Signalling Secrets, Catenary Concerns • Execute accurate planning and construction for fire & Tunnelling Traumas protection to ensure a high level of safety standards required by end users 11.15 Future Proofing HSR Electrification • Implement the latest telecommunication systems to • Discover the practical solutions to the need for a facilitate constant communication between HS Trains reliable and secure power source for traction and Network Operation to minimise potential accidents requirement and operational and safety critical • Discover the latest systems that reduce the risk of lost • Implement the latest methods of increasing energy baggage and customer dissatisfaction to increase you efficiency to meet the requirements of the modern rail reputation amongst airlines and passengers operator Miguel Ángel Rodríguez Gómez, Project Engineer • How to build the Electrification Distribution System INTECSA-INARSA concentrating on design and implementation to meet the requirements of the end user 16.45 Chairman Closing Remarks Iain Nunn, Director of Rail Infrastructure Jacobs 17.00 End of Conference 12.00 Design Concerns For Signalling & Control Systems Specific to HSR • Identify with the latest factors to influence the design of High Speed 1 Insight signalling and control systems Join the Construction Professionals Networking • Ascertain client signalling requirements through early and Events group on LinkedIn! communication to tailor-make a system specific to the HSR route designed • Discover how Bechtel overcame signalling concerns at Follow Construction IQ on Twitter: St. Pancreas with main and HSR lines and two twitter.com/ConstructionIQ signalling standards and systems Julian Strong, Lead Engineer Bechtel Register now @ www.highspeedraileurope.com
  • 5. Masterclasses HIgH sPeeD raIl euroPe tHursDay 14tH aPrIl 2011 Masterclass a: 09.00 - 11.30 Significant Signalling Strategies Masterclass leader: Julian strong, Lead Engineer, Betchel Julian has over 20 years experience in design, construction management and test and commissioning of railway signalling systems from Metro Lines to Very High Speed Rail. During this period Julian has worked for Bechtel and has been contracted to work on projects for Network Rail, Tubelines and also Union Rail as it was known. Julian was heavily involved in CTRL (HS1) from its conception with responsibility for the production of preliminary tender, signalling plans and design in the projects initial stages in addition to monitoring and approving the contractor’s final designs to ensure compliance with the clients specific requirements. Julian’s vast expertise places him in the perfect position to lead this HSR Signalling Systems specific masterclass. Learning Outcomes Ensure you implement the most project specific signalling strategy to ensure increased interoperability between all interfaces Ascertain client signalling requirements through early communication to tailor-make a system specific to the HSR route designed Increase the international routes available for future HSR line development by implementing the latest ERTMS technology Masterclass B: 12.00 - 14.30 The Secret to Perfect Power Distribution and Electrification Delivery Masterclass leader: Iain Nunn , Director of Rail Infrastructure, Jacobs Iain has led successful delivery and gained commendation of Network Rail GRIP2, 3 and 4 development of major infrastructure investment projects, fitout of HS1 traincare facilities for South eastern Railways at Ashford and Ramsgate and developed delivery strategies and Tender preparation for under and over ground rail infrastructure including High Speed Rail and London 2012 projects. During his work on the Channel Tunnel Rail Link he led the project delivery and development strategy and initiated business growth and security including the potential acquisition of the Eurotunnel electrical distribution assets in UK and France. Iain inaugurated, developed and led the successful project management delivery strategy for EDF Energy for the design, procurement, delivery, commissioning and operation of all multidisciplinary engineering elements and managed the respective value engineering exercise in 1999 that reduced a budget of £120m by £30m actual. The efforts of the team were rewarded in 2004 with the British Construction Industry Award, Major Projects, for Power Engineering - Channel Tunnel Rail Link Section 1 Learning Outcomes Develop the game plan to success for any HSR Electrification project to ensure 1st time delivery and future contracts Optimise your teams overall performance through an advanced knowledge of power distribution Implement an effective HSR electrification project delivery strategy through increased planning, programming and budgeting Do you have a solution that would help a Project Manager construct their High speed line? Our delegates are actively looking for fresh and innovative project planning and signalling solutions to assist in the construction of HSR across Europe. are you an effective Hsr planning consultant? Do you supply advice on project interfacing? can you provide innovations in Hsr signalling and electrification? If you have a solution that would benefit Project Managers Construction IQ can help you get your message across to these potential clients and place your company in prime position at this industry renowned event. For sponsorship opportunities contact Simon Benns on +44 (0)207 368 9300 or sponsor@iqpc.co.uk or visit www.highspeedraileurope.com to discuss the right package for your organisation.Media partners: For your booking enquires you can email us now: construction@iqpc.co.uk
  • 6. HigH Speed Rail euRope: planning, 5 WAYS TO REGISTER deSign & ConStRuCtion 2011 Online: www.highspeedraileurope.com Main Conference: 12th-13th April 2011 | Master Classes: 14th April 2011 Tel: +44 (0) 20 7368 9300 Lisbon Marriott Hotel, Lisbon, Portugal Fax: +44 (0) 20 7368 9301 To speed registration, please provide the priority code located on the mailing label or in the box below. Email: construction@iqpc.co.uk My registration code is IGC_HSR_SLIDE Post: your booking form to Please contact our database manager on +44 (0) 20 7368 9300 or at database@iqpc.co.uk quoting the registration code above to inform us of any changes or to remove your details. IQPC Ltd. Customer Services 2nd Floor, 129 Wilton Road Delegate Rates: Public Sector London SW1V 1JZ Register and pay by Register and pay by Standard Package 25th February 2011* 25th March 2011* Price Team Discounts* All Access Pass Save €250 €1,449 + VAT Save €150 €1,549 + VAT €1,699+ VAT Conference + 2 Masterclasses Register 3 places for the price of 2! Conference + 1 Masterclass** Save €250 €1,149 + VAT Save €150 €1,249 + VAT €1,399 + VAT IQPC recognises the value of learning in teams. Group bookings at the same time from the same company receive a discount. In order Conference only Save €250 €799 + VAT Save €150 €899 + VAT €1049+ VAT to qualify for the 3 for 2 offer, registrants from the same company must register at the same time. Team discounts cannot be used in Masterclass only** €400 + VAT conjunction with any other offer. Delegate Rates: Industry Venue and Accommodation Venue: Lison Marriott Hotel, Avenida dos Combatentes, 45, 1600-042 Lisbon, Portugal Register and pay by Register and pay by Standard COPYRIGHT 2010, Due to unforeseen circumstances the programme may change and IQPC reserves the right to alter the venue and/or speakers. Package Accommodation: Travel and accommodation is not included in the registration fee. 25th February 2011* 25th March 2011* Price However a number of discounted bedrooms have been reserved at the Lisbon Marriott All Access Pass Hotel. Please call the hotel directly on tel + 351-21-7235400 and quote booking Save €250 €2,199 + VAT Save €150 €2,299 + VAT €2,449+ VAT reference ‘IQPC’ to receive your discounted rate, prices start from €138 plus taxes. Conference + 2 Masterclasses There is limited availability so we do encourage attendees to book early to avoid Conference + 1 Masterclass** Save €250 €1,699 + VAT Save €150 €1,779 + VAT €1949 + VAT disappointment. Alternatively for a further selection of hotels, please visit: www.4cityhotels.com/lisbon.html Conference only Save €250 €1,149 + VAT Save €150 €1,249 + VAT €1,399+ VAT Free Online Resources Masterclass only** €600 + VAT To claim a variety of articles, podcasts and other free resources * To qualify for discounts, payment must be received with booking by the registration deadline. Early booking discounts are not valid in conjunction with any other please visit www.highspeedraileurope.com offer. All prices are exclusive of VAT currently charged at 23%. VAT Registration #: Portugal 9803 44123 ** Please select your choice of Masterclass: A B Digital Conference On CD-ROM A digital version of the conference proceedings, including all Delegate Details presentations, is available to buy. Please photocopy for each additional delegate I cannot attend the event, please send me the CD Rom priced at Mr Mrs Miss Ms Dr Other £599 plus VAT First Name Family Name Recent digital conferences available: Department Job Title Piling & Deep Foundations Europe Tel No. Mobile No. Bridges Russia Email Please send me conference materials indicated above. Yes I would like to receive information about products and services via email I have filled out credit card details below Organisation For further information Nature of business Please call: 0207 368 9300 Address or email: knowledgebank@iqpc.co.uk. Postcode Country To search IQPC’s archived conference documentation Telephone Fax visit: www.iqpcknowledgebank.com Approving Manager Name of person completing form if different from delegate: Terms and Conditions Please read the information listed below as each booking is subject to IQPC Ltd standard terms Signature and conditions. 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For any cancellations received in writing not less than eight (8) days prior to the conference, you will receive a 90% credit to be used at another IQPC conference which must occur within one year from the date of issuance Payment Method of such credit. An administration fee of 10% of the contract fee will be retained by IQPC for all permitted cancellations. No credit will be issued for any cancellations occurring within seven (7) days (inclusive) of the conference. In the event that IQPC cancels an event for any reason, you will Total price for your Organisation: (Add total of all individuals attending): receive a credit for 100% of the contract fee paid. You may use this credit for another IQPC event to be mutually agreed with IQPC, which must occur within one year from the date of cancellation. Card Type: VISA M/C AMEX In the event that IQPC postpones an event for any reason and the delegate is unable or unwilling to attend in on the rescheduled date, you will receive a credit for 100% of the contract fee paid. Card Number: You may use this credit for another IQPC event to be mutually agreed with IQPC, which must occur Exp. Date: / Security Number / within one year from the date of postponement. Except as specified above, no credits will be issuedConference code 19921.001 for cancellations. There are no refunds given under any circumstances. IQPC is not responsible for any loss or damage as a result of a substitution, alteration or cancellation/postponement of Name On Card: Signature: an event. IQPC shall assume no liability whatsoever in the event this conference is cancelled, rescheduled or postponed due to a fortuitous event, Act of God, unforeseen occurrence or any Billing Address (if different from below): other event that renders performance of this conference impracticable, illegal or impossible. For purposes of this clause, a fortuitous event shall include, but not be limited to: war, fire, labour strike, extreme weather or other emergency. Please note that while speakers and topics were City/County/Postcode Cheque enclosed for: € (Made payable to IQPC Ltd.) confirmed at the time of publishing, circumstances beyond the control of the organizers may necessitate substitutions, alterations or cancellations of the speakers and/or topics. As such, IQPC (Please quote 19921.001 with remittance advice) reserves the right to alter or modify the advertised speakers and/or topics if necessary without any liability to you whatsoever. 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