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The completed brochure for the Bridge Construction Europe event, taking place November 3-5, 2010 at the Hotel Le Meridien Bristol in Warsaw, Poland. Please visit the website at ...

The completed brochure for the Bridge Construction Europe event, taking place November 3-5, 2010 at the Hotel Le Meridien Bristol in Warsaw, Poland. Please visit the website at www.bridgeconstructioneurope.com for complete details.

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  • Take Advantage of the All Access Pass - Register and Pay by 13th August and Save up to 949€! See page 12 for details. 3rd-5th November 2010 Hotel Le Méridien Bristol, Warsaw, Poland Central Eastern European Market Focus Designing, Planning & Delivering Leaner Structures to Achieve Sustainability, Enhance Project Delivery & Meet Client Expectations Outstanding Conference Agenda Includes: ✔ 30 + CASE STUDIES of the most ambitious, innovative & cost effective bridge projects from across Europe ✔ Focused presentations COVERING THE WHOLE PROJECT LIFE CYCLE from preparation, planning & design through to construction, delivery & maintenance of modern bridge systems ✔ Special presentations on the eagerly anticipated, FIRST CROSS-STAY BRIDGE IN THE WORLD, THE FORTH REPLACEMENT CROSSING, SCOTLAND. Hear straight from the NEW PROJECT DIRECTOR, DAVID CLIMIE ✔ BENEFIT FROM DUAL CASE-STUDY PRESENTATIONS: Learn from both Client & Contractor Project Managers, giving you the whole project profile ✔ Be the first to learn of FUTURE PROJECT OPPORTUNITIES from some of the most ACTIVE PROCURING AUTHORITIES in Europe, including: ❑ European Commission ❑ Transport Scotland ❑ Ministry of Transport, Bulgaria ❑ General Directorate of National Roads ❑ Romanian National Company of Highways & Motorways, Poland & National Roads ❑ National Roads Authority, Ireland The Best Small & Large Scale Projects in Europe and Beyond ✔ The Forth Replacement Crossing , from the new Project Director, David Climie ✔ Europe’s largest motorway project, ‘The Autostrada Transilvania’, hear from the new project manager, Michael Mix ✔ The Iconic Twin Sails Bridge, Poole Harbour ✔ The Hugely successful Golden Ears Bridge Vancouver – hear from the Canadian project team flying over for the conference ✔ Hear from the Head of the Danube Bridge 2 between Romania and Bulgaria ✔ Presentations on major international projects including the ‘Busan-Geoje Fixed Link’ Register online at www.bridgeconstructioneurope.com or contact us at +44 (0)20 7368 9300 or enquire@iqpc.co.uk.
  • “As practitioners, it is essential to share knowledge and experience gained on projects. In an increasingly global market, learning from the best international practice is key to success. Bridge Construction Europe promises to offer excellent pan-European networking opportunities and a wide range of topics showcasing the best of European practice.” – Chris Hendy, Head of Bridge Design, ATKINS Dear Bridge Engineer, With the economy in an uncertain state, NEVER has it been more crucial to build upon the skills, knowledge and experience you possess in bridge construction and delivery. This will determine whether you win that tender, gain project approval and deliver the project on time and on budget in 2011 and beyond. Bridge Construction Europe 2010 will equip you with these essential skills throughout the whole bridge project life-cycle. Whether it is in project preparation, planning, design, construction or maintenance of modern bridge systems that you specialise, Bridge Construction Europe will advance your understanding and most importantly, keep you informed and in touch with your fellow peers, clients and customers. With over 23 of Europe’s most celebrated projects to date, including a unique showcase of the eagerly anticipated Forth Replacement Crossing straight from the new Project Director, each detailed presentation will provide you with practical guidance that you can apply to your projects at home. It‘s crucial that you learn the lessons, whether successes or mistakes, that your fellow industry peers have learnt. Bridge Construction Europe provides you with this opportunity through a comprehensive technical programme. Devised in consultation with 76 Engineers from across Europe, the agenda includes 30 of Europe’s leading Project Managers from Government, Contractor & Specialist Consultant Organisations. In concert with the technical merits of the conference, you will also have the opportunity to share strategies, ideas and methods of practice with some of the foremost project managers and most active procuring authorities from the Central and Eastern European Region. This is a truly Pan-European event and one that you can not afford to miss. I look forward to seeing you in November. Many thanks and kind regards, P.S. Remember to sign up for the ‘Pan-European Project Pipeline’ special evening seminar in order to Tom Upchurch maximise your time with major Conference Director government authorities and learn Construction IQ about new projects on the horizon. 2 www.bridgeconstructioneurope.com | +44 (0)20 7368 9300 | enquire@iqpc.co.uk
  • Outstanding Bridge Speaker Line-up: Desiree Oen, Coordinator of Ten-T and Member of the Cabinet of Vice-President 3rd-5th November 2010 Siim Kallas, EUROPEAN COMMISSION Hotel Le Méridien Bristol, Warsaw, Poland Dimitar Savov, Director of Transport Policy, MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATIONS, BULGARIA Joanna Gaczewska, Head of PPP Unit, GENERAL DIRECTORATE OF NATIONAL ROADS AND MOTORWAYS, POLAND David Climie, Project Director, The Forth Replacement Crossing, TRANSPORT SCOTLAND, UK John Iliff, Senior Project Manager (Structures), NATIONAL ROADS Pan-European Project Pipeline AUTHORITY, IRELAND Michal Haladja, Project Manager, Wroclaw Bypass, GENERAL Maximise your networking opportunities with these crucial clients by taking DIRECTORATE OF NATIONAL ROADS AND MOTORWAYS, POLAND part in the specialised ‘Pan-European Project Pipeline’ Workshop on Nicoleta Davidescu, Project Manager, Wednesday evening between 17.15pm – 19.15pm. ‘The Pan-European THE ROMANIAN NATIONAL COMPANY OF HIGHWAYS AND NATIONAL Project Pipeline’ has been developed directly from your feedback. You ROADS, ROMANIA told us you wanted to hear more about future projects, straight Simeon Evtimov, Head of Unit for the Construction of Danube Bridge 2, from those in charge. This workshop delivers just that – Government MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND agencies from across Europe will provide you with a COMMUNICATIONS, BULGARIA ‘sneak peak’ of future projects. Places are strictly limited. See Page Gerald Stockl, Project Manager, ASFINAG 9 for further Stefan Herschler, Project Director and details. Director of Finance, The Golden Ears Unique Project Showcase: Bridge Vancouver, BILFINGER BERGER, CANADA The Forth Replacement Crossing, Scotland Michael Mix, Project Manager, Autostrada Transilvania, BECHTEL Reinhold Huhn, Senior Project Manager and Head of Bridge Construction CEE Branch, HOCHTIEF Peter Jungbauer, Project Manager, Traismauer Bridge, ALPINE CONSTRUCTION Robert Paterson, Project Manager, Olympic Park Central Bridge, LAGAN CONSTRUCTION Ioannis S. Koutras, Project Director and Director of Development and International Projects, EGNATIA ODOS Rafael Perez, Project Manager, The Cadagua Link, UTE ENLACE DEL CADAGUA Peter Curran, Director of Civil Engineering and Major Infrastructure Projects, GIFFORD Professor Bratislav Stipanic, Project Design Review Manager, The Sava Bridge, LOUIS BERGER GROUP/EURO GARDI GROUP Armands Gutmanis, Vice President, TRANSPORT SYSTEMS Don’t miss this unique opportunity to hear about one of the most eagerly anticipated Igor Kolyushev, Managing Director and projects in recent times, The Forth Replacement Crossing in Scotland. Having just Chief Engineer, INSTITUTE GIPROSTROYMOST - SAINT- received full support from the Scottish Government, the Crossing is pressing ahead and the PETERSBURG brand new Project Director, David Climie, will be there to tell you all about it. Please turn to Andrejz Sas, Project Director, A2 the main agenda to learn more about the World’s First Cross-Stay Bridge. Motorway, DHV POLSKA See Markocki Boguslaw, Manager of Bridge David Climie Page 5 Structures, A2 Motorway, DHV POLSKA Project Director, Forth Replacement Crossing for further Sander Den Blanken, Head of Bridges TRANSPORT SCOTLAND details. Europe, ARUP Nicholas Fuchs, Technical Director for David Climie has over 25 years experience and extensive expertise in leading major bridge- Bridges, UK AND EUROPE, HALCROW building projects throughout the world. Previously a senior Project Manager at international GROUP engineering giant Bechtel, Project Manager at Kvaerner Cleveland Bridge and Contract Philip Brown, Chief Engineer and Project Manager at Smallman Construction. He has a strong track record in delivering world class Manager, GRAHAM CONSTRUCTION projects and has worked on some of the most ambitious and demanding bridges constructed Phil Bailey, Director of Structures and across the globe in recent years. He led the teams that successfully delivered the Tacoma Project Manager, HYDER Narrows Bridge project in the United States in 2007 and China’s Jiangyin suspension bridge in Chris Hendy, Head of Bridge Design and 1999. He also worked on the successful construction of the Tsing Ma Bridge in Hong Kong Technology, ATKINS and the Storebaelt Bridge in Denmark. Having been brought up and educated in Scotland, he Peter Schaller, Project Manager, PORR is now returning home to deliver the biggest Scottish infrastructure project for a generation. Vincent De Ville, Director of Structures and Engineering, GREISCH www.bridgeconstructioneurope.com | +44 (0)20 7368 9300 | enquire@iqpc.co.uk Jean Yves Del Forno, Director, GREISCH 3
  • ‘’Having reviewed the diversity of roles amongst speakers and the range of project case studies in attendance, it is clear that the upcoming Bridge Construction Conference offers an all too rare opportunity for like-minded professionals not only to showcase key international projects but also to discuss the lessons to be learnt and how future projects can benefit from the experience to date’’ - John Iliff, Senior Project Manager (Structures), National Roads Authority Despite the economic 5 Key Reasons You Cannot Afford to Miss this Conference: recession, there is no sign of infrastructural development stopping. The skills and ideas you will LEARN at this conference will allow you to build on your current After all it is a very useful way for 1 knowledge Governments to keep people in employment and to pump money back into the economy. NETWORK with project managers working on some of the most ambitious and sophisticated 2 projects in Europe. Take away new ideas and solutions for your projects at home. They are looking for new design methods, new construction materials, project BENCHMARK against your peers to maintain your competitive edge – it’s crucial to learn from the 3 mistakes others make management techniques, industry innovations and ultimately, potential partners who Take advantage of the latest and most innovative technological SOLUTIONS on display to help you can actually deliver. 4 perform your job more effectively 5 Developing NEW SKILLS to assist you in delivering a better project to your clients Who will be Attending Bridge Construction Bridge Construction European Market: Europe? • Head of Bridges Infrastructure spending in Central and Eastern Europe has gone through the roof. The emerging economies of Europe need pioneering bridges, motorways, railways and viaducts in order • Head of Major Projects (local authority) to fuel their development and complete integration with the established economies of the continent. Governments from across the region have been passing legislation to make construction processes • Structural Engineer easier, planning applications more flexible and partnerships with foreign companies more workable. • Civil Engineer Poland’s New Road Super Act, Romania’s Autostrada Transilvania and Hungary’s M6 Motorway are • Project Manager just a few examples of the massive investments being made in major bridge and motorway projects. • Senior Consultants • Infrastructure Manager • Head of Bridge Construction Share project experience, ideas, strategies and technological solutions with project (contractors) managers from the biggest contractor and consultant organisations, including: • Asset Owner • Hochtief • Bechtel • Porr • Architects • Bilfinger Berger • Gifford • Egnatia Odos • Arup • Transport Systems • Graham Construction • Atkins • Louis Berger • Hyder Consulting • Lagan Construction • Alpine Construction • DHV Polska These Rapidly Growing Economies Require the Best Technology, Materials and Design to Gain Invaluable Experience on the Whole Project Life Support Their Large Cycle, That You Can Take Home for Your Project, including: Infrastructure Endeavors - How Can You Help? ✔ Funding major infrastructure projects and achieving value for money ✔ Designing, planning and integrating bridge projects ✔ Delivering leaner structures that cut costs and exceed client expectations Bridge Construction Europe will host some of the biggest procuring ✔ Translating theoretical plans into realisable and workable structures authorities from across the ✔ Employing innovative techniques to minimise construction times and finish ahead of schedule continent including the European Commission, the Ministry of Transport ✔ Whole of life costing – bridge maintenance, inspection and management for Bulgaria and Transport Scotland. ✔ Using the Eurocodes to improve design, achieve sustainability and cut material costs They will be side by side with major contractors including Bilfinger Berger, Lagan Construction, Alpine and Transport Systems to discuss future projects, showcase new innovations 2010 Media Partners: and most importantly, find new solutions to existing problems. If you think you have something to offer your client and think it is valuable to be in this room, then contact us directly to benefit from this unique opportunity. See Page 11 for further details. 4 www.bridgeconstructioneurope.com | +44 (0)20 7368 9300 | enquire@iqpc.co.uk
  • CONFERENCE DAY ONE Wednesday 3rd November 2010 FUTURE MAJOR INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS AND ACHIEVING VALUE FOR MONEY 08.30 Registration & Coffee 11.30 Unique Project Showcase: The World’s First Cross- Stay Bridge – The Replacement Forth Crossing, 08.50 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Scotland The Replacement Forth Crossing is the largest infrastructure project 09.00 Developing Sustainable Arteries between the East and for Scotland in a generation, and will safeguard a vital connection in West: the European Commission’s Ten-T Programme the country’s transport network. The project will be procured by • Benefits all European citizens by allowing more efficient and Transport Scotland as a Design and Build contract between 2011 more environmentally friendly transport and 2016 and is currently nearing the end of a 12-month tender • Reinforcing economic and social cohesion across the continent dialogue process. Because of the iconic nature of the structure and • Providing financial support towards the realisation of important its sensitive setting, the bridge already has a highly developed transport infrastructure projects - in line with the overreaching specimen design, which is the result of a rigorous appraisal by an goal of European competitiveness, job creation and cohesion international team of engineers and architects. The elegant, unique • Implementing new project management techniques & IT tools 21st century bridge will complement the World-famous 19th (GIS, statistical data) for major projects across the EU century rail bridge and 20th century road bridge. The proposed Desiree Oen, Co-ordinator of Ten –T and Member of the Cabinet new cable-stayed bridge will have three slender single column of Vice-President Siim Kallas, EUROPEAN COMMISSION towers and a length of 2.7km, including approach viaducts. • Innovative, cost efficient use of a managed crossing strategy 09.40 Realising Priorities in Infrastructure Development has reduced the overall budget by £1.7 billion • Adopting a system of crossing stays has limited deformation in Bulgaria and South Eastern Europe • Accelerating Bulgaria’s integration into the European structural whilst allowing a slender structure • Merging engineering and architecture will create a unique and framework • Building upon the region’s transit potential, located at a major modern structure to suit the setting transportation crossroad David Climie, Project Director, TRANSPORT SCOTLAND, UK • Strengthening the role of the private sector in the development of infrastructure, including opportunities for various forms of 12.10 Constructing an Iconic, Landmark Structure, public-private partnerships Through a Highly Effective PPP Scheme - The • Assuring the existence of reliable and steady sources of finance, River Suir Bridge, N25 Waterford Bypass, Ireland and ensuring the determination and commitment of all • Achieving value for money through the utilization of private institutions and organizations participating in the process sector enterprise and private funding • Introducing and implementing the European standards for a • Employing a PPP scheme that forms an integrated, coherent modern, environmentally-friendly and secure transport system strategy of tolling of motorways and bridges, to guarantee a high Dimitar Savov, Director of Transport Policy, MINISTRY OF quality route, offering a greatly improved service for road users • Careful route selection that minimises disruption to the local TRANSPORT INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATIONS, BULGARIA environment and surrounding community • Selecting a cable-stayed design that removes the need for 10.20 Morning Coffee & Networking immediate supports or piers in the river and permits a longer deck and a reduced deck thickness • Significantly reducing time and costs risks associated with 10.50 Evaluating New Funding Mechanisms with a Detailed Look at the Availability of PPP Projects in marine construction and reducing the environmental impact in Poland –– Project Delivery Case Study of the A2 terms of disturbance of the river bed, effect on river flows and Toll Motorway, Poland interference with fishing • Combining modern high tech engineering with graceful and • Developing a secure procurement structure to secure value for money in an emerging PPP market simple aesthetics to create a symbolic structure • Working effectively to deliver projects on time and on budget John Iliff, Senior Project Manager, NATIONAL ROADS with an international consortium of companies – the process AUTHORITY, IRELAND from tender to construction • How have sensitive environmental issues been addressed? 12.50 Lunch & Networking • How to win financing from private and public sources? • How effective have PPP funding mechanisms proven? Joanna Gaczewska, Head of PPP Unit, GENERAL DIRECTORATE OF NATIONAL ROADS AND MOTORWAYS, POLAND Concurrent Sessions Begin Stream A – Bridge Construction and Project Delivery Models Stream B - Designing, Planning and Integrating Bridge Projects 13.50 Successfully Realising a $1 Billion Project in an How to Achieve Cost-Effective Solutions and Keep Environmentally Responsible Way - The Golden Ears High Specification Architectural Finishes – The Iconic Bridge, Vancouver Twin Sails Bridge, Poole Harbour The winner of numerous awards including ‘Global Deal of the Year’ by One of the most stunning recent examples of technological the Infrastructure Journal, The Golden Ears Bridge has been globally sophistication and architectural innovation, the Twin Sails Bridge is recognised both for its stunning aesthetics but also for its efficient one of the most anticipated projects of the year. It has become the project delivery and environmentally sustainable practices focus of a major regeneration initiative that intends to create 5,000 • Constructing on Soft Silt River Beds Whilst Dramatically Minimising new jobs, upto 3,000 new homes and open up acres of brownfield to the Impact to the Surrounding Environment future developement • Developing large-diameter bored piles for the foundations to protect • Combining intricate civil, marine and M&E works with high soft silt river layers and to save costs specification finishes • Producing and preassembling bridge components off site to minimise • Ensuring that buildability and durability are clearly communicated disturbance to commercial and recreational users • Designing the bridge to complement the environment and local • Selecting noise mitigation walls to soften impact community • Designing a bridge to have a minimal effect on marine life and • Working with the client to regenerate the area, lever in significant valued habitats and ecosystems investment and pave the way for future projects Stefan Herschler, Project Director and Director of Finance, Peter Curran, Director of Civil Engineering and Major Infrastructure BILFINGER BERGER, CANADA Projects, GIFFORD www.bridgeconstructioneurope.com | +44 (0)20 7368 9300 | enquire@iqpc.co.uk 5
  • 14.30 Incorporating World-ClassSustainable Development The Realization of the Sava Bridge Project in Practices in Developing Europe’s Largest Motorway Belgrade, Serbia Project – The Construction of the Autostrada Developed as a much needed and critical component to Belgrade’s Transilvania, Romania transport infrastructure, the Sava Bridge will become the largest Described as ‘an economic engine’ for Romania’s development, Europe’s single pylon cable-stayed bridge in Europe largest motorway project will provide a vital link between the markets of • Utilising structural steel in the design of the main span, to keep the Europe and Central Asia through the Black Sea port of Constanta. weight of the structure to a minimum • Effectively communicating and introducing new technologies and • Designing an iconic structure that can accommodate for 6 lanes of construction methods to a domestic workforce vehicular traffic, a double track light rail line and two paths for • Building relationships with local contractors and maximising the pedestrians and cyclists knowledge and skills of local partners • Conducting aerodynamic studies under wind tunnel conditions to • Planning for the construction of over 267 bridges and viaducts accurately determine wind loads • Employing standardization of design and construction techniques • Creating a design that accommodates for the unlikely loss of a strut • Maximising local workforce and managing community impacts of or a cable and achieves a design life of 100 years construction Professor Bratislav Stipanic, Project Design Review Manager, Michael Mix, Project Manager, BECHTEL LOUIS BERGER GROUP / EURO GARDI GROUP From 2006 to 2009 he served as the Project Manager of the Professor Stipanic has 35 years of experience, as a structural engineer, in Autostrada Transilvania Project – a 415 kilometer dual carriage the field of design and construction of major bridges. Since 2007 Bratislav motorway between the cities of Brasov and Oradea in Romania. This Stipanic has been the design review manager for Europe’s largest single EUR 2.2 billion design/build project is the largest direct hire motorway pylon cable-stayed bridge, the Sava Bridge in Belgrade. He was also chief project in Europe which peaked at 5100 employees and over 1200 of the expert team for the design review & analysis of the preliminary pieces of major construction equipment design. He is the co-author and chief engineer for the prize winning concept. He recently designed and was in charge of construction supervision for the cable-stayed bridge across Vistula River in Plock, the largest bridge in Poland. His other major projects include the cable-stayed bridge in Novi Sad, Serbia and the Sloboda bridge across the Danube. Professor Stipanic has received numerous international awards for his designs and engineering including the Plock Bridge (1996), Boka Bay Bridge (1999), Beska Bridge (2002), Pedestrian Bridge Kraljevo (2006) and Inner Ring Road Section Belgrade (2006) 15.10 Afternoon Tea & Networking 15.40 Employing the ‘Vor-Kopf’ Method of Construction to Assessing the Advantages of an Innovative and Cost Avoid Disturbing Sensitive Natural Environments – Effective ‘Extradosed’ Bridge Design - Lativia’s Germany’s Longest Viaduct – the Saale Elster Viaduct Largest Infrastructure Project, The Southern Gate Designed to minimise disruption to the complex ecological fabric of Bridge the region, the Saale Elster Viaduct forms an integral part of a major Designed to reduce traffic congestion and increase capacity in the city high-speed railway link linking Leipzig to Erfurt centre, the Southern Gate Bridge is Latvia’s largest infrastructure • Ensuring the protection of ground water through the use of shallow project to date and at 803 metres long, is one of the largest foundations encased in watertight sheet wall boxes extradosed bridges in Europe • Developing a project management model that accommodates for • Designing a cable-supported bridge system to increase the size of long breaks during wildlife breeding seasons the main spans and create a more attractive structure • Working around protected areas of special environmental significance • Evaluating the overall advantages of the ‘extradosed’ design, • Overcoming the challenges of constructing within a water protection including reduction of steel quantaties, increased bridge efficiency zone through the use of innovative bridge outlets and transport and lower total costs conduits • Fine tuning the extradosed bridge design to reduce the exposure of Reinhold Huhn, Senior Project Manager and Head of Bridge cable stays to fatigue loads Construction CEE Branch, HOCHTIEF Armands Gutmanis, Vice President, TRANSPORT SYSTEMS Igor Kolyushev, Managing Director and Bridge Designer, INSTITUTE GIPROSTROYMOST - SAINT-PETERSBURG 16.20 Performing Extensive Geological Investigation Designing and Constructing Bridges for Major Programmes to Identify, Address and Prepare for Motorway Projects in Densely Populated, Built-Up Adverse Geological Conditions – The Egnatia Odos Urban Areas – The Polish A2 Motorway Bridge Motorway and the Metsovo Bridge, Greece Construction Designed as a major development axis in Northern Greece, the Egnatia Described as one of the most important infrastructure projects in the Odos links the major industrial centres of the West with those of the CEE region, the A2 motorway will offer a link between Amsterdam East. Spanning 670 kilometres in length, the project has seen the and Poland, in time for the European Football Championships • Assessing the role of planning and stakeholder consultation in construction of over 177 major bridges and in particular the stunning Metsovo Bridge. The construction of such a variety of bridges delivering bridge projects • Utilising innovative design solutions to optimise structural integrity demanded the application of every possible modern construction • Analysing the role of partnerships in delivering extremely complex method currently in use • Overcoming a variety of geotechnical problems including; deep cuts engineering projects • Balancing aesthetic and functional requirements by considering and high embankments, landslide areas and constructing major structures formed on piles or rock sockets broader urban design and traffic demand • Understanding early construction challenges through environmental • Planning for construction even when faced with riverside areas characterised by extensive deposits of soft compressible soils assessment of location, load and capacity requirments • Carefully designing and delivering a project within a region known Andrejz Sas, Project Director, A2 MOTORWAY, DHV POLSKA for its high seismicity Markocki Boguslaw, Manager of Bridge Structures, A2 • Delivering over 177 major bridges, as well as numerous smaller scale MOTORWAY, DHV POLSKA overpasses, viaducts and related structures Ioannis S. Koutras, Project Director and Director of Development and International Projects, EGNATIA ODOS Ionnis was Head of the Independent Engineer’s Team for the construction of West Region of Egnatia Odos Motorway in Epirus Greece. He was responsible for.Managing the Independent Engineer’s Team of 60 engineers and relative specialities. He oversaw the construction of 130 km dual carriageway with two traffic lanes per direction, a central reserve and an emergency lane, with a total cost of 1,8 billion Euros including, 58 km one bore tunnels, 8,5 km double major bridges with several constructions methods, and significant geotechnical problems 17.00 Close of Conference 6 www.bridgeconstructioneurope.com | +44 (0)20 7368 9300 | enquire@iqpc.co.uk
  • CONFERENCE DAY TWO Thursday 4th November 2010 FUTURE MAJOR INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS AND ACHIEVING VALUE FOR MONEY 08.30 Registration & Coffee 10.50 Funding Europe's 'Bridge of Reunion' through Complex Multi-Party Financing Arrangements – 08.50 Chairman’s Opening Remarks The Danube Bridge 2 • Gaining the support of public and private partners including 09.00 Creating a Highly Sustainable Structure that Can international banks, the European Commission and state Self Monitor Corrosion and Bridge Deterioration funding Rates – The Beltway Bridge, Wroclaw Bypass, • Overcoming bureaucratic and political hurdles when Poland constructing across borders and working with regional agencies At a cost of 166 million EURO’s, the Beltway Bridge will become • Ensuring the project delivers real impact on local and regional one of the World’s longest cable stayed-bridges. The project areas comprises building a 612-meter cable-stayed bridge over the • Getting your project selected for EU grants - the ISPA and main channel of the river plus two overpasses, measuring PHARE selection programmes approximately 611 and 521 metres, on each side of the river, Simeon Evtimov, Head of Unit for the Construction of Danube making a total length of 1.75 kilometres. The central pier will be Bridge 2, MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT, BULGARIA 122 metres tall, the highest structure of its kind in Poland. The bridge will also be the first in Poland to be fitted with sensors to 11.30 Creating a Unique and Innovative Construction detect damage or deterioration in any of its components Methodology to Avoid Ongoing Risks of Floods • Employing innovative construction solutions to deliver the and River Disturbance – The Traismauer Bridge, project under budget and ahead of schedule Lower Austria • Overcoming local geographical and environmental challenges A crucial new link, that when once completed will connect the by designing for constructability S33 and S5 Highways in Austria. The project is worth 48.7 • Ensuring sustainability of bridge structures and managing future million Euros and aims to reduce travel times and congestion in capacity requirements the surrounding area. This prestressed concrete structure will be • Minimising disruption to the wider community by developing 15 metres high and over one kilometre in total length construction techniques at the design stage • Overcoming the challenges inherent in constructing close to the • Reducing traffic impacts with a traffic management plan bank of the river Michal Haladja, Project Manager, Wroclaw Bypass, GENERAL • Utilising a pontoon ship as a control centre for construction and DIRECTORATE OF NATIONAL ROADS AND MOTORWAYS, material storage POLAND • Constructing bridge columns on a support structure to then be carried to the site via the pontoon ship 09.40 Delivering the Largest Motorway Project in • Assessing the advantages of the cantilevered method of Europe – Autostrada Transilvania, Romania construction • Constructing over 267 bridges and viaducts, with a combined Peter Jungbauer, Project Manager, ALPINE CONSTRUCTION length exceeding 60 km Gerald Stockl, Project Manager, ASFINAG • Construction of the motorway is particularly important for Romania's integration into the European economy, and will link 12.10 Overcoming the Challenge of Translating the markets of Europe and Central Asia Theoretical Plans into Realisable and Workable • Close cooperation with local communities and organizations is Structures – The Olympic Park Central Footbridge the key to the successful completion of the Project • Interfacing a temporary and permanent structure to minimise • Applying world-class sustainable development work practices, the scope of the work ensuring effective protection of the environment and • Reutilising materials on site to gain maximum efficiency and on developing the prudent use of natural resources. time delivery Nicoleta Davidescu, Project Manager, THE ROMANIAN • Adapting the project plan to accommodate for unique crane NATIONAL COMPANY OF HIGHWAYS AND NATIONAL lifting requirements ROADS, ROMANIA • Creating a dual purpose structure that takes both vehicular and pedestrian traffic 10.20 Morning Coffee & Networking Robert Paterson, Project Manager, LAGAN CONSTRUCTION 12.50 Lunch & Networking Concurrent Sessions Begin Stream A – Bridge Construction and Project Delivery Models Stream B – Whole of life costing – Bridge Maintenance and Management 13.50 Constructing a Major Viaduct Across Treacherous Developing an Effective Project Management Valley Terrain – The Cadagua Link, Spain Strategy for the Refurbishment, Renovation and As a part of the new “Supersur by-pass” near Bilbao, the construction Management of Major Steel Bridges – The Managing of the Cadagua Link has seen innovative new construction methods Contractor Project, The Netherlands employed to overcome the difficult valley conditions Many steel bridges built across Europe in the 60’s and 70’s are now • Devising a highly imaginative launching system to create two 50m victim to fatigue-related defects. This new project employs a unique high twin viaducts strategy to increase the sustainability and safety of major bridge • Constructing the World’s tallest megashor tower to contribute to systems throughout the Netherlands project delivery • Utilising a bridge information model to enable information sharing • Overcoming the challenges of constructing on slimmer and less rigid between the current and later stages of the project and thereby pillars improve communication with all stakeholders in the project • Assessing the difficulties of working at extreme heights • Providing strengthening and engineering to extend bridge life by at Rafael Perez, Project Manager, UTE ENLACE DEL CADAGUA least 30 years • Creating a new form of ‘cost plus incentive fee’ contract to encourage time and cost optimisations, safety, minimum traffic hindrance and overall client satisfaction Sander Den Blanken, Europe Head of Bridges, ARUP www.bridgeconstructioneurope.com | +44 (0)20 7368 9300 | enquire@iqpc.co.uk 7
  • 14.30 Planning for the Design and Construction of a Major Using the Eurocodes to Reduce Material Costs and Fixed Link in a Region of High Seismic Activity – The Increase the Sustainability of Your Project – Forth Busan – Geoje Fixed Link, South Korea Road Bridge Replacement, Scotland • Ensuring structural safety in a 4km immersed tunnel and two 2km • Conducting major bearing replacement scheme under Eurocode cable stayed bridges guidelines that saved over £5 million from total project costs • Utilising pre-cast heavy caisson foundations, and at select locations, • Using virtual reality models to visualise complex construction piled foundations to withstand seismic pressures sequences, convey the scheme to third parties and as a learning aid • Assessing the advantages of working under the privately financed for site operatives BOT (Build, Operate, Transfer) model • What impact have the Eurocodes had upon the strengthening • Incorporating an intelligent traffic system into the design (ITS) required for major bearing replacement? including; information screens, communications, automatic speed • How can you ensure compliance to the Eurocodes and maxmimise control, queue warning, smoke extraction system, lane control the potential benefits of this cultural change in design? system and vehicle detection system Chris Hendy, Head of Bridge Design and Technology, ATKINS Nicholas Fuchs, Technical Director for Bridges, UK AND EUROPE, Chris is the Head of Bridge Design and Technology for Atkins, HALCROW GROUP providing technical leadership to 700 bridge engineers worldwide. Chris is a UK national expert in the use of the Structural Eurocodes and has been heavily involved in their development and implementation in the UK. He has written three books on bridge design to the Eurocodes (the Designers’ Guides to EN 1992-2, EN 1993-2 and EN 1994-2) and numerous UK National Annexes and BSI documents to implement the Eurocodes. 15.10 Afternoon Tea & Networking 15.40 Constructing a Unique Cable Stayed Swing Bridge Developing a Ground-Breaking Technique for Over the River Liffey in Dublin – The Samuel Beckett Strengthening Box Girder Structures – The Foyle Bridge, Dublin Bridge, Northern Ireland The Samuel Beckett Bridge, a 123m long cable-stayed swing bridge Growing traffic volumes puts added strain and pressure on many designed by Santiago Calatrava, is now established as a landmark highway bridge systems. The 866m – long, Foyle Bridge in Northern movable structure spanning the maritime gateway to the City. Ireland is no exception and required large scale strengthening works • Constructing a complex bridge over a river close to the city centre, to ensure safety and design standards were upheld whilst minimising impact to the local community and environment • An imaginative and less intrusive method of inspection resulted in • Meeting the technical challenges of integrating concrete minimum disruption to traffic, no weather dependance less substructure, steelwork superstructure and mechanical rotation requirement for temporary works and less risk of working from equipment enabling the bridge to rotate 90 degrees gantries • Development of construction methods to reduce risk to the project • Achieving successful structural monitoring through the collection • Value engineering to improve buildability, sustainability and durability and interpretation of large amounts of good quality data • Designing and constructing the main support within the river • Fabricating steel tubes off site, making it quicker and easier than on- involving substantial temporary works site working Confirmed: Philip Brown, Chief Engineer, GRAHAM CONSTRUCTION Phil Bailey, Project Manager and Director of Structures, HYDER Since 2000, Philip has been Chief Engineer for Graham Construction where he is responsible for planning and programming for all civil engineering projects, value engineering, design development and co- ordination of temporary works designs for the company. Some of the more notable projects Philip has been involved in include: Dargan Bridge in Dublin, a 160m long bridge carrying the new LUAS light rail line over a road junction, the first large cable-stayed bridge to be constructed in Ireland. Here he developed an alternative design for the bridge deck involving the use of precast segmental shells. He oversaw the Samuel Beckett Bridge in Dublin, a €30M construction contract for a new bridge over the Liffey and is currently overseeing the design and construction of Peace Bridge in Derry, Northern Ireland. This 300m long structure is a self-anchored suspension footbridge sweeping across the River Foyle in a double curved alignment and is set to become an iconic symbol for the city. 16.20 Delivering Slovenia’s First ‘Extradosed’ Bridge – The STOP PRESS: Last Minute Special Project Addition Puh Bridge Over the River Drava, Slovenia Designing the World’s Largest Curved Cable-Stayed One of the few existing extradosed bridges in the world, the Bridge Bridge as a Part of a Major Motorway Network: The over the River Drava has been constructed as a southern by-pass for ‘Lange Wapper’ Bridge, Antwerp, Belgium the city of Ptuj and lies at 430m in length The purpose of the “Oosterweelverbinding” works is to carry out the • Employing the free cantilevered construction method to achieve an closing of the Antwerp motorway ring. Over a distance of improved bridge advance rate approximately 2km from the west towards the east, it crosses a • Designing inclined pylons to ensure that stay cables do not project number of large scale obstacles including a large size river lock, a into the roadway maritime dock and a canal; creating a whole host of challenges for • Creating a versatile structure to meet client requirements including a the design team wide span for shipping traffic, streamlined carriageway design and • Creating a design to deal with foreseeable densities of traffic low overall height • Overcoming limitations of ground space by directing design choices • Assessing the advantages and disadvantages of the extradosed towards an innovative double deck viaduct design in comparison with cable stayed structures • Incorporating a design that increases protection for traffic lanes Peter Schaller, Project Manager, PORR from sun and bad weather • Utilising wind tunnel tests to evaluate aerodynamic coefficients and aero-elastic stability of the deck Vincent DeVille, Director of Structures and Engineering, GREISCH John Yves Del Forno, Director, GREISCH 17.00 Close of Conference 8 www.bridgeconstructioneurope.com | +44 (0)20 7368 9300 | enquire@iqpc.co.uk
  • TAILOR MADE MASTERCLASSES TO GUIDE YOU THROUGH THE WHOLE PROJECT LIFECYCLE Wednesday, 3rd November 2010 – Friday 5th November 2010 Wednesday 3rd November, 2010 – 5.15pm – 7.15pm A The Pan-European Project Pipeline – Putting into Action Future Projects through Effective Preparation, Planning and Procurement Rationale: About your Masterclass facilitators: One of your resounding suggestions from our conference in June, was John Iliff, Senior Project Manager, National Roads Authority, Ireland that you wanted to hear more about future projects, straight from Previously worked as a contractor with Cleveland Bridge and those responsible for their implementation. In response we have Engineering and was posted on major projects throughout the world devised this special evening masterclass to deliver just that. Led by the including in the UK, Bahrain, Oman and Dubai. He has also worked on National Roads Authority’s, John Iliff, the Pan-European Project Pipeline the Tsing Ma and Ting Kau Bridges in Hong Kong, after which he will bring together the key speakers from the conference to give a returned to Ireland to become Project Engineer on the Boyne Bridge. deeper insight into future projects. Not only will they give you more Since 2002 he has gained responsibility for the technical approval of all into what opportunities lye on the horizon but they will also address a new works structures and has been overseeing the Eirspan Bridge number of burning questions that surround the preparation of major Maintenance Programme for the National Roads Network within Ireland projects, including: Michal Haladja, Project Manager, The Wroclaw Bypass, GENERAL DIRECTORATE OF NATIONAL ROADS AND MOTORWAYS, POLAND Agenda: • What are the key practical challenges in bidding for these projects Invited participants from the confirmed speaker faculty: successfully? • What lessons can be learnt from past experience on how to deliver Dimitar Savov, Director of Transport Policy, Bulgarian Ministry of Transport, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATIONS them successfully and meet their expectations? • How you can factor sustainability and climate change considerations Joanna Gaczewska, Head of PPP Unit, GENERAL DIRECTORATE OF into budgeting and project designs to increase bid competitiveness NATIONAL ROADS AND MOTORWAYS, POLAND and PPP success? Nicoleta Davidescu, Project Manager, ROMANIAN NATIONAL • How can you best contribute towards concept COMPANY OF HIGHWAYS AND NATIONAL ROADS planning, feasibility and design? • How can you work together to David Climie, Project Director, THE FORTH REPLACEMENT determine and understand project CROSSING, TRANSPORT SCOTLAND Don’t Miss! needs? Simeon Evtimov, Head of the Unit for the Construction of Danube European Project Bridge 2, BULGARIAN MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT, INFORMATION Pipeline TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATIONS Roundtable Gerald Stockl, Project Manager, ASFINAG B Ensuring Structural Safety and Improved Sustainability through the Repair, Maintenance Thursday 4th November 2010, 5.15pm – 7.15pm and Long Term Management of Modern Bridge Systems Rationale: • Analysing concrete and steel deterioration mechanisms It is your responsibility to ensure the safe operation and long service life • Using special investigations and full scale trials to determine bridge of your structures. But, as I’m sure you’ve experienced, this becomes conditioning more of a challenge when faced with tightening operation and • Evaluating all structural assessments from simple survey methods to maintenance budgets. It is therefore imperative that you are up to date fully 3 dimensional probabilistic analyses with the newest innovations in technology and analysis methods. This is • Offering flexible approaches to rehabilitation projects to minimise the only way for you to find the most efficient and cost effective means traffic interruptions and inspection needs to ensure structural safety. • Comparing strategies for the long term maintenance of bridge systems Led by Phil Bailey, Director of Structures for Hyder Consulting, this tailor made evening masterclass will provide you with the latest innovations About your Masterclass Facilitator: so that you uphold both your responsibility and the integrity of the Phil Bailey, Director of Structures, HYDER structure that you created. Issues that will be addressed include: Invited Participants from the confirmed speaker faculty: Agenda: Chris Hendy, Head of Bridge Design and Technology, ATKINS • Early inspection and monitoring – how can identification and Sander Den Blanken, Head of Bridges Europe, ARUP quantification of bridge damage lead to more cost effective maintenance solutions? • Assessing the use of advanced monitoring systems – can they always reveal bridge deterioration at an early stage and hence significantly reduce the risk of unforseen operation and maintenance costs? “I’m really pleased so many of my colleagues are embracing IQPC’s ‘Bridges Construction 2010’ as guest presenters. I am certainly looking forward to hearing about their `projects but also sharing the experiences I’ve picked up along the way. I feel this summit will allow us to discuss the hurdles we face and find ways of overcoming them. I anticipate that this event will be well received by the Bridge Building community and I look forward to meeting old friends and making new ones.” – Michael Mix, Project Manager, AUTOSTRADA TRANSILVANIA, BECHTEL www.bridgeconstructioneurope.com | +44 (0)20 7368 9300 | enquire@iqpc.co.uk 9
  • C Friday 5th November 2010, 09.00am – 11.30am Minimising Time and Cost Pressures Through a Well Conceived and Well Executed Project Delivery Strategy Rationale: Your Masterclass Facilitators After researching with 76 project managers, just like you, from across Stefan Herschler, Project Manager and Director of Finance, Golden Europe, one resounding driver was reiterated to me over and over again Ears Bridge Vancouver, Bilfinger Berger, Canada – what can I do to get my project completed on time and on budget? Stefan will be presenting on the Golden Ears Bridge – launched prior to This still reigns as the primary motivation for most project managers the Vancouver Winter Olympics 2010. The project has been hailed as who want to fulfil their client expectations and build upon their an enormous success both for its preparation, sustainable and reputation. environmentally friendly construction practices and record completion months ahead of schedule! Each individual project will throw up unique challenges on constructing amongst difficult terrain to building structures on varied soils and Ionnis Koutras, Project Director and Director of International Projects, unpredictable geotechnical conditions. The only weapon to fight EGNATIA ODOS, GREECE against these myriad of challenges are to learn the lessons experienced Ionnis was Head of the Independent Engineer’s Team for the by other project managers. construction of West Region of Egnatia Odos Motorway in Epirus Greece. He was responsible for Managing the Independent Engineer’s This tailored workshop will draw upon the lessons learnt during the Team of 60 engineers and relative specialities. He oversaw the delivery of other major projects. The session will be led by Stefan construction of 130 km dual carriageway with two traffic lanes per Herschler from Bilfinger Berger. He will focus upon the enormous direction, a central reserve and an emergency lane, with a total cost of success of the Golden Ears Bridge in Vancouver, awarded, ‘Deal of the 1,8 billion Euros including, 58 km one bore tunnels, 8,5 km double Year’ by the Infrastructure Journal UK. He will be joined by Ionnis S. major bridges with several constructions methods, and significant Koutras, project manager for the Egnatia Odos motorway development geotechnical problems and Philip Brown, project manager of the Samuel Beckett Bridge in Dublin. All of them will share their project delivery tips and techniques, Philip Brown, Chief Engineer, GRAHAM CONSTRUCTION addressing issues such as: Since 2000, Philip has been Chief Engineer for Graham Construction where he is responsible for planning and programming for all civil Agenda: engineering projects, value engineering, design development and co- • Producing and preassembling bridge components off site to minimise ordination of temporary works designs for the company. Some of the disturbance to commercial and recreational users more notable projects Philip has been involved in include: Dargan • Devising new launching systems to overcome difficulties with terrain Bridge in Dublin, a 160m long bridge carrying the new LUAS light rail • Close cooperation with local communities and organizations as the line over a road junction, the first large cable-stayed bridge to be key to the successful completion of the Project constructed in Ireland. Here he developed an alternative design for the • Building relationships with local contractors and maximising the bridge deck involving the use of precast segmental shells..He oversaw knowledge and skills of local partners the Samuel Beckett Bridge in Dublin, a €30M construction contract for • Overcoming geotechnical problems including; deep cuts and high a new bridge over the Liffey.and is currently overseeing the design and embankments, landslide areas and constructing major structures construction of Peace Bridge in Derry, Northern Ireland. This 300m formed on piles or rock sockets long structure is a self-anchored suspension footbridge sweeping across the River Foyle in a double curved alignment and is set to become an iconic symbol for the city Friday 5th November 2010, 12.00pm – 2.00pm D Achieving Sustainability, Cutting Material Costs and Improving Design through the Eurocodes Rationale: implementation in the UK. He has written three books on bridge The enforcement of the Eurocodes in April of this year means that design to the Eurocodes (the Designers’ Guides to EN 1992-2, EN 1993- understanding and complying to the new design codes is a legal 2 and EN 1994-2) and numerous UK National Annexes and BSI imperative that you must obey. However it is only when you begin to documents to implement the Eurocodes. understand the true objectives and implications of the codes that the real advantages begin to surface. Chris is Chairman of the UK’s Steel Bridge Group, comprising senior industry figures from contractors, fabricators and designers. He is also This seminar will explore how you can drastically reduce material costs, a member of BSI bridge committee B525/10 and the European improve efficiency in design and move towards more cost efficient and Convention for Construction Steelwork, specializing in plate buckling. sustainable structures by adopting the Eurocodes. Chris has been responsible for the design and check of many complex Invited Expert: bridges in both concrete and steel. Recent projects include the design Chris Hendy, Head of Bridge Design and Technology, ATKINS of Dubai Metro, the bearing replacement scheme for the Forth Road Bridge, the New Medway Bridge in Kent, refurbishment of the cable- Invited Expert: Chris is the Head of Bridge Design and Technology for stayed Penang Bridge in Malaysia, design of the Al Sowahh Island Atkins, providing technical leadership to 700 bridge engineers Bridges in Abu Dhabi and the review of design standards for the new worldwide. Chris is a UK national expert in the use of the Structural EPR nuclear reactor containments. Eurocodes and has been heavily involved in their development and “With the diverse range of topics and presenters, I look forward to a successful conference where modern methods of bridge design, planning, construction and project delivery will be reviewed and discussed with the industries key stakeholders.” – Norman Train, President of the Institute of Structural Engineers 10 www.bridgeconstructioneurope.com | +44 (0)20 7368 9300 | enquire@iqpc.co.uk
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