As a leading airport operator where safe operations and business continuity are key, the rising need for runway expansions, upgrades and refurbishments are raising the pressures already faced by in an increasingly competitive space. In addition, airports have to become “greener” currently and in the future by using “green” technology in both existing and future development of both vertical and horizontal work. Over the next decade, this sector is expected to evolve - the increase of pavement design life from 20 to up to even 40 years. Understanding the maintenance and rehabilitation issues surrounding this increase in pavement life is also critical to effectively managing your capital intensive asset.
The Airfield Engineering and Asset Maintenance Summit 2012 is designed to provide you with more value than any other engineering event out there.
Our speakers representing leading airports from around the globe (Hong Kong International Airport, Dubai International Airport, Manchester Airport, Melbourne Airport, Korea Airports Corporation and many more!) will deliver unparalleled sessions regarding innovative design approaches to facilitate a better understanding of the distress modes as well as the performance of these heavily loaded engineering structures.
Would you like learn about cutting edge strategies to prioritise your restoration and maintenance works as well as dramatically increase the structural lifespan of your runways?
Join Chris Stewart at the Airfield Engineering and Asset Maintenance Conference in Hong Kong as he shares with you his experience with the study undertaken for the future planned runway where concrete, composite, asphalt and perpetual pavements were examined. For the complete interview please visit www.airfieldengineering.com/redForms.aspx?id=681776&sform_id=695990