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The Convergence of Key Stakeholders Brainstorming Government Policies, Ecological Sustainability, Sand-Sourcing and Alternative Technologies
Over 80 industry leaders, 3 jam-packed days, and 1 platform – The 2nd Annual Dredging and Land Reclamation Asia 2011 was a success exceeding all expectations.

Building on this triumphant result, IQPC is once again set to present:

1. The most up-to-date meeting place for innovative port and marine solutions
2. Meaningful commentary and systematic assessment of recently completed projects
3. Dredging and reclamation works which are currently in the planning and development phases

This is your turf… Your game!

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  1. 1. BO AY Y 2 TO $5 28 SA & L UP & P O BY 012 00 JU VE K Main Conference: 2 - 3 October 2012 Pre-Conference Workshop: 1 October 2012 Post-Conference Workshop: The Convergence of Key Stakeholders Brainstorming Government Policies, 4 October 2012 Venue: Ecological Sustainability, Sand-Sourcing and Alternative Technologies Amara Hotel, Singapore HEAR FROM THESE PROMINENT INDUSTRY LEADERS Dr. Amin Habboub Sridhar Krishnan Prof. Dr. Ir. Lucien Halleux Kemal Heryandri Dr. Suraj De Silva Independent Scholar Associate Director Geotechnical Managing Director Director – Ports and Dredging Associate Director Geotechnical Middle East (UAE) BMT Asia G-Tec Ministry of Sea AECOM Transportation IndonesiaOver80 industry leaders, 3 jam-packed daysand 1 platform - the 2nd Annual Dredging and Land Reclamation Asia PLUS: technical workshops: Leverage from custom-built A2011 was a success exceeding all expectations. Comprehensive Real-Time Marine Works and ProjectsBuilding on this triumphant result, IQPC is once again set to present: Monitoring for Cost Optimisation The most up-to-date meeting place for innovative port and marine solutions Meaningful commentary & systematic assessment of recently completed projects Dredging and reclamation works which are currently in the planning and B Quality Assurance for Dredging Works and Waterfront/Offshore Structures: Conformity Assessment and Inspection Methods development phasesThis is your turf… Your game! C Geotechnical Engineering Challenges Related to Dredging and Reclamation Works ASIA’S MAGNUM OPUS DEDICATED TO THE GLOBAL DREDGING AND LAND RECLAMATION COMMUNITY Long renowned as the transport hub of Asia, Singapore is now achieving even bigger repute Featuring Experts from as the intellectual hub and creative incubator for Grandeur Megaprojects: technology. So where better to have the innovative  Hong Kong - Zhuhai - Macao Bridge 3rd Annual Port Dredging & Land Reclamation Asia  International Container Transshipment 2012 than in Singapore, run by a company with two Terminal India successful conferences under its belt. I am grateful  The Palm Jebel Ali for the opportunity to be part of this exciting event.  Tanjung Sauh Port Indonesia and many more… Sridhar Krishnan, Associate Director Geotechnical, BMT Asia Researched and Media partners: developed by: T: +65 6722 9388 F: +65 6720 3804 E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg W: www.www.dredgingasia.com
  2. 2. MEET YOUR SPEAKERS: Kemal Heryandri Dick Kevelam Director – Ports and Dredging Leading Professional Coastal Development Ministry of Sea Transportation Indonesia DHV Engineering ShanghaiIn the news: The Superstar Factor:“The government is planning to build four international standard seaports to speed As specialist, team leader and project director, he built up a broad experience in Dutchup national connectivity following the completion of the Master Plan for Acceleration and international projects on port infrastructure, flood protection, coastal development,and Expansion of Indonesia’s Economic Development. We are ready to auction the water management and land reclamation. His present professional assignments focusconstruction of three to four new seaports in Indonesia next year.” on sustainable coastal and urban development, combining the principles of water management and water safety with attractive urban waterfront developments. Cho Yu Fun Head of Projects Dr. Nguyen Chu Hoi Zhen Hua Engineering Deputy AdministratorMegastar Projects: Vietnam Administration for Seas and IslandsHong Kong – Zhuhai – Macao Bridge Reclamation: This is the first major, combined, In the news:bridge and tunnel sea-crossing project in China, considered a vital link to prosperity in “Some people think that developing a chain of coastal economic zones is thethe Pan-Pearl River Delta region. Upon completion, the travel time from Hong Kong to breakthrough solution to implement Vietnam’s marine strategy to 2020. But they areMacau or Zhuhai will be reduced from more than three hours to half an hour, helping to not special at all. They are similar to 200 industrial zones throughout Vietnam. Actually,boost logistics and tourism development in the region. without the sea, these zones are still built and now we have the marine strategy so these Dr. Suraj De Silva zones are linked incidentally with that strategy. Competition is fierce so we must see to Associate Director Geotechnical the world. This is the issue of vision and approach to development institution.” AECOM Prof. Dr. Ir. Lucien HalleuxMegastar Projects: Managing DirectorHong Kong: Container Terminal 9 (CT9), Tseung Kwan O (TKO) New Town reclamations, G-Tecthe Western Harbour Crossing Immersed Tube tunnel, the HK Exhibition and ConventionCentre Extension Reclamation. Megastar Projects: Recent assignments include cavity detection ahead of the face during construction ofUAE: Al Raha Beach Development in Abu Dhabi, the 40 km long Mussaffah Navigation the Lötschberg tunnel (Switzerland), site investigation for the Panama Canal, and quarryChannel dredging investigation in the Persian Gulf, geophysical monitoring of jet grouting operations inSingapore: Singapore Downtown Line 2 (DTL2) - Section 1, comprising 11km of tunnels Amsterdam and hundreds of marine survey projects.and 8 stations. Dr KK Yin Dr. Amin Habboub Director - Geotechnical Independent Scholar Arup Middle East (UAE) The Superstar Factor:The Superstar Factor: Dr Yin’s experience covers a broad range of civil works including reclamation, groundDr Amin is the former Head of Regulatory Controls for Nakheel Group. His education and improvement, deep basements and foundations for high rise buildings, tunnel modelling,expertise were earned at leading organizations in the U.S.A. and Middle-East. They span slope and wall stability studies, as well as managing infrastructure developments in Hongacross multiple areas in Engineering and Management. Dr Amin is currently interested Kong and East Asia Pacific region. He has established himself as one of the forefrontin the Sharing/Transfer of Best-Available-Technologies in Construction, particularly with leaders in the market today focusing on managing and directing multi-disciplinarythe Middle East/GCC, where he spent more than half of his professional career years. civil engineering projects where he adopts a modern approach to work with particular emphasis on candour, client focused and partnering. Richard Jose Lino President Director Joerg Pollman Selvem Raman Indonesian Port Corporation Harbour Master - Port Authority Managing PrincipalIn the news: Hamburg Port Authority Incepsion Consultants“The Tanjung Sauh port will more likely ‘complement’ Singapore. Container traffic to andfrom Indonesia is also set to pick up, and Singapore ‘will also reap the benefits’ from a Shen Chao Srijit Viswanathmore vibrant Batam. The port’s initial 2km of wharves will target handling four million President Director General Manager EngineeringTEUs - twenty-foot equivalent units, the size of a container - when ready around 2015. China Harbour Engineering DP World Cochin (ICTT)The new facility will require an initial investment of seven trillion rupiah (S$967 million).” Sridhar Krishnan Saka Guchi Timour Nisurat Associate Director Geotechnical Director- Ports Coastal and Marine Specialist BMT Asia Penta Ocean Engineering Emirates Nuclear EnergyThe Superstar Factor: Chuah Seng Gee Marco GrootKrishnan has been intimately involved in the successful completion of several large-scale Deputy Director - Reclamation Design and Construction Dredging and Marine Specialistland reclamation projects in Malaysia. All of these projects presented complex design JMG Marineand project implementation challenges. They were all built on soft soils, the construction JTC Corporationschedules were demandingly tight, and performance objectives were rigorously stringent. About IQPC Tony Barry IQPC provides business executives around the world with tailored Geotechnical Consultant practical conferences, large scale events, topical seminars and BMT Asia in-house training programs, keeping them up-todate with industry trends, technological developments and the regulatory landscape. IQPC’s conferences are market leadingThe Superstar Factor: “must attend” events for their respective industries. IQPC produces more than 1,500After working with major British Consultancies on projects including Channel Tunnel, events annually around the world, and continues to grow. Founded in 1973, IQPC nowSingapore Metro and Crossrail, Tony Barry has been based in South East Asia for the has offices in major cities across six continents including: Berlin, Dubai, London, Newlast 17 years. He now works as an Independent Consultant for major infrastructure York, Sao Paulo, Singapore, Stockholm, and Sydney. IQPC leverages a global researchdevelopment, value management, project monitoring and evaluation throughout the base of best practices to produce an unrivalled portfolio of conferences.region for the main funding agencies and the private sector. www.iqpc.com.sg T: +65 6722 9388 F: +65 6720 3804 E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg W: www.www.dredgingasia.com
  3. 3. PRE & POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP - A POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP - B MONDAY 1 OCTOBER 2012 (1345 - 1730) THURSDAY 4 OCTOBER 2012 (0845 - 1230)Comprehensive Real-Time Marine Works and Quality Assurance for Dredging Works andProjects Monitoring for Cost Optimisation Waterfront/Offshore Structures: ConformityRationale: Assessment and Inspection MethodsThis is an integrated session that highlights and discusses real-time marine worksand monitoring. Learn advanced level methods to attain the right information, at Rationale:the right time, with the best materials and resources in order to minimise project This session/workshop will focus on the quality assurance of marine/civilcosts and delivery times as well as to maximise overall productivity, profitability engineering structures, using Dynamic Testing and Non-destructive Testing andand competitive advantage. Evaluation (NDT/E) methods. It will review the fundamentals of this topic and provide the opportunity to benchmark practices.1345 “Meet and Greet” the Workshop Leader 0845 “Meet and Greet” the Workshop Leader1400  Identifying most recently available and cost-effective techniques to monitor underwater works 0900  Review some common quality inspection program requirements for the  Proven successful methods and approaches to obtain the most accurate structural integrity of Waterfront structures seafloor and seismic monitoring model in real time  Study some types of inspection methods available and their associated  Analysing different situations that challenge real time assessment – technologies lessons learned  Define when to use dynamic or non-destructive stress-wave testing methods post completion1730 End of Workshop 1230 End of Workshop Your Workshop Leader: Your Workshop Leader: Prof. Dr. Ir. Lucien Halleux Managing Director Dr. Amin Habboub G-Tec Independent Scholar Middle East (UAE)CEO of G-Tec and visiting Professor of Geophysics at the University of Leuven, LucienHalleux is a qualified geological engineer from the University of Liège (Belgium) and Dr. Amin Habboub, is an Engineering-Manager with nearly 28 years of post-degreeholds a PhD in geophysical engineering. He has 30 years’ experience in Engineering experiences in Civil Engineering, particularly in the areas of: Construction ContractsGeology and Geophysics. In 1993 he founded G-Tec. The company designs, carries Management, Design and Construction of Buildings and Infrastructure Facilities,out and interprets site investigation campaigns. Recent assignments include Quality Management and Engineering. He is also specialized in Constructionnumerous marine projects involving dredging and land reclamation such as the Standards Development and Harmonization, Code-Implementations, anddeepening of Panama Canal, harbour infrastructures and renewable offshore energy Compliance-Assessment. He also has numerous publications, including indexedprojects all over the world. Lucien is also active in applied R&D. He developed several technical papers, published reports, and several U.S. and international design andinnovative applications of geophysical techniques, some of which are protected by utility patents which were basis of global award-winning products.patents. He is (co)author of 30 papers in international journals and congresses. POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP - C THURSDAY 4 OCTOBER 2012 (1345 - 1730)Geotechnical Engineering Challenges Related to Dredging and Reclamation WorksRationale:  Fill source securityIn most parts of the world, particularly in Southeast Asia, the reclamation areas are Staying up-to-date with latest ground Improvement techniques:underlain with very soft marine and alluvial muds. Due to increasing environmental  Seawalls Foundationsconcerns dredging and offsite disposal of this mud is not permitted; forcing the  Reclamationreclamations to be built over these very soft muds. However, this imposes great  Additional Ground investigations for ground improvement workschallenges for the reclamation designers and the contractors, as a stable reclamationthat will not settle excessively, after completion, needs to be delivered under increasingly Highlighting environmental issues revolving around dredging and tight construction schedules. This workshop will address the challenges faced by the reclamations:geotechnical engineers to improve the reclaimed ground and deliver a stable ground  Water qualitywith minimal long term settlements but completed within the stipulated time schedule.  Underwater noise 1730 End of Workshop1345 “Meet and Greet” the Workshop Leader Your Workshop Leader:1400 Analysing the geotechnical design aspects of dredging and reclamations: Dr. Suraj De Silva  Permanent Edges structures(Seawalls) Associate Director Geotechnical  Temporary Leading edges AECOM  Reclamation  Ground improvement Dr De Silva is an international geotechnical specialist with over 27 years of experience Discussing geotechnical characterisation of sites for dredging and having worked on major and challenging infrastructure projects in Hong Kong, reclamation works: Singapore, Macau, the Middle East, Korea, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and India. His  Geophysical investigations specialty areas are reclamations over soft clays, dredging, marine piling, soft clay  Geotechnical ground investigations engineering and ground treatment. Apart from Dr De Silva’s extensive experience in marine geotechnics, he has also been involved in tunnels projects, landslides, deep Scrutinizing fill materials and fill sources for successful reclamations: basements, deep foundations and landfill projects.  Geotechnical investigations of Fill sources T: +65 6722 9388 F: +65 6720 3804 E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg W: www.www.dredgingasia.com
  4. 4. CONFERENCE DAY ONE: TUESDAY, 2 OCTOBER 20120900 Opening Remarks from the Chairperson 1320 Protecting Our Waters - Managing Sediments and Dredged Materials in the Watershed0910 Asian Ambiguity – Overcoming Challenges Posed by Commercial  Challenges of dredged materials, sediments and port management Tension, Corruption and Politics  Building partnerships to mitigate challenges and perform dredging work  Regional dredging and land reclamation culture, policies and regulations successfully - Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam and Thailand  Developing and implementing watershed plans to meet water quality  Determining specific anti-illegal sand sourcing measures and standards to protect marine environment commercial tension between countries  Impact of due diligence and the necessity of on-going regulatory and Dick Kevelam environmental measures Leading Professional Coastal Development DHV Engineering Shanghai Richard jose Lino President Director 1400 Tanjung Sauh Port – A Look into Indonesia’s Next Milestone Indonesian Port Corporation  Discussing the potential for this new deep-water port  Almost no dredging and land reclamation involved – Is this the future?0950 Sand Sourcing – Leveraging from Bans, Constraints and Regulations  Looking into the benefits and advantages of this port – location, cost  Outlining recent bans to sand imports and exports in the Asian region and technology  Examining underlying issues – costs, risk, environment, politics and regulations Kemal Heryandri  Discussing the clever way of using alternative options in place of sand Director – Ports and Dredging Ministry of Sea Transportation Indonesia Shen Chao President Director 1440 Afternoon tea and Networking break China Harbour Engineering 1510 Panel Discussion:1030 Morning Tea and Networking Break Underwater Sounds – Focusing on Responsible Management of Dredging1100 Exploring the Latest Terminal Engineering Technologies to  Discussing in detail the underwater sounds generated by various Accommodate Increasing Trade at International Ports components of the dredging process  Exploring methods of constructing safe terminals with smaller volumes  Effects of sound on aquatic life – What do we know and not know? of dredged material resulting in lower environmental impact  Exploring options for managing dredging-related sound and outlining  Analysing the possibilities of adapting new technology container future areas of research and technological advancements terminal - layout concept solutions and the embankment type quay  Overcoming the level difference between yard and apron Facilitated by: Dr. Nguyen Chu Hoi Selvem Raman Deputy Administrator Managing Principal Vietnam Administration for Seas and Islands Incepsion Consultants Dr. Suraj De Silva1140 Examining Port Development, Dredging and Land Reclamation in Associate Director Geotechnical Hong Kong AECOM  Analysing major challenges and international cooperation for minimized Dr. Amin Habboub dredging and land reclamation effects Independent Scholar  Managing, planning and developing coastal areas and delta regions that Middle East (UAE) are vulnerable to climate change and other threats – lessons learned  Land bank, hydraulic engineering, marine sustainability and land 1550 The Treatment and Disposal of Dredged Sediments – Minimising reclamation – What is the Chinese perspective? Environmental Impacts of Land Reclamation Cho Yu Fun  Evaluating possible chemical disturbances caused by disposing toxic Head of Projects dredged materials in the sea Zhen Hua Engineering  Habitat alterations due to a change in sediment structure – dredged material treatment methods and advantages1220 Lunch and Networking Break  Discussing effects of increased turbidity caused by local and temporal suspension of sediments Dr. Suraj De Silva Associate Director Geotechnical WHAT WILL YOU TAKE AWAY FROM THIS AECOM MUST-ATTEND EVENT? 1630 Closing remarks from the Chairperson the newest developments in the industry so they can UNEARTH enhance your projects 1645 Happy Hour and Welcome Reception! NAVIGATE the policies and regulations required for project approval IQPC typically chooses topics in pace with Industry trends. Their events usually provide CAPSIZE industry challenges and provide best practice solutions interactive platforms, in one venue, where yourself to unique networking opportunities so that you ANCHOR can grow your business expertise and eye-opening opportunities may be communicated in relaxed settings the industry landscape to determine state of art dredging SURVEY Dr Amin Habboub, Head of Regulatory Controls, Nakheel and land reclamation framework Group UAE T: +65 6722 9388 F: +65 6720 3804 E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg W: www.www.dredgingasia.com
  5. 5. CONFERENCE DAY TWO: WEDNESDAY, 3 OCTOBER 20120900 Welcome Back Remarks from the Chairperson 1220 Lunch and Networking Break0910 Previewing India’s Largest ICTT Port Dredging Project 1320 Land Reclamation Mega Project – A Peek into a Middle East Perspective  India’s first international container transhipment terminal – features and  Describing project scopes and reclamation process specifics  Adopting building methods that are more time and cost efficient –  Discussing challenges and constraints faced in the dredging process success stories  Highlighting future prospects and technological advancements used in  Analysing the financial leverage and economics of a long-term this project reclamation project Srijit Viswanath Dr. Amin Habboub General Manager Engineering Independent Scholar DP World Cochin (ICTT) Middle East (UAE)0950 Ensuring Ecological Sustainability in the Modern Dredging World 1400 Exploring Marine Sand Scarcity, Resources and Alternative  Ensuring the crucial requirements in making environmental impact Technologies assessment for dredging activities  Discussing the current situation of sand scarcity throughout the Asian  Analysing marine and ecological control and environmental monitoring region and globally system as a method of identifying negative factors affecting the waters  Effects of sand qualities and sand scarcity on the outcome of  Technological advancements supporting environmental safety and reclamation projects longevity  Forecasting and shaping the future of marine sand mining – What will Dr. Nguyen Chu Hoi alternative technology be in ten years? Deputy Administrator Prof. Dr. Ir. Lucien Halleux Vietnam Administration for Seas and Islands Managing Director G-Tec1030 Morning Tea and Networking Break 1440 Afternoon tea and Networking break1100 Linking EIA, Project Approval and Country Regulations  Developing a plan for dredged material and minimising adverse effects 1510 Project Updates, Regulations and Competition in the Singapore and on the environment as well as keeping in line with EIA regulations Malaysia Port Industry  Benefiting from an EIA - How the formal assessment process has had a  Exploring the current news in dredging and reclamation: How are these positive impact? neighbours rapidly growing in regards to maritime?  Uncovering lessons from past approvals - How different types of EIAs  Highlighting recently completed, in-the-pipeline and proposed projects are handled by regulatory bodies? – impacts of EIA regulations joerg Pollman  Constraints, challenges and technological advancements implemented Harbour Master – Port Authority in these countries Hamburg Port Authority Facilitated by: Sridhar Krishnan1140 Delivering Values in Reclamation - Singapore, Malaysia and Associate Director Geotechnical Indonesia BMT Asia  Highlighting the increasing demands and pressures placed on large- scale reclamation works today Kemal Heryandri  Emphasising the need for reliable, efficient, yet cost-effective means to Director – Ports and Dredging achieve ground improvement Ministry of Sea Transportation Indonesia  Reviewing ground improvement options available and outlining a set of procedures suitable for assessing these options – case studies from Dr. Suraj De Silva three large reclamations in Malaysia Associate Director Geotechnical  Focusing attention on the often overlooked issue of drainage of the AECOM reclamation sand 1550 The Dredging Community as It Copes with Climate Change Sridhar Krishnan Tony Barry Adaptation Associate Director Geotechnical Geotechnical Consultant  Highlighting the main implications of climate change for dredging BMT Asia BMT Asia  Specific climate change issues and adaptation requirements/options in open coasts, seaports, access channels and inland waters  Analysing potential preparatory and adaptation measures in typical INTERESTED IN SPONSORSHIP AND conditions ExHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES? Dr KK Yin IQPC sponsors enjoy extensive benefits including: Director - Geotechnical  Preferential access to senior executives in your target market Arup  Meeting decision-makers face to face to leverage your product and build 1630 Closing remarks from the Chairperson and End of Conference your brand  Establishing strong relationships and making proposals to potential customers  Achieving a high profile association with a key industry event  Demonstrating your expertise and product excellence For specific details of sponsorship and exhibition packages, call +65 6722 9388 or email sponsorship@iqpc.com.sg T: +65 6722 9388 F: +65 6720 3804 E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg W: www.www.dredgingasia.com
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