Exploring innovative strategies, technologies and partnerships to future-proof Britain’s roads
New Civil Engineer is proud to announce the return of Future of Roads in 2020.
This conference will explore the current and future challenges and opportunities facing the roads sector. You will hear from industry-leading experts in the fields of sustainability, climate resilience, project management, integration of technology and future investment planning.
Taking place at Victoria Park Plaza in London on 7 and 8 July 2020, Future of Roads will examine generational projects, international case studies and discuss the role of technology in the sector with in-depth analysis of current major works by Highways England including the A303 Stonehenge, the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon project and A9 Dualling Perth to Inverness.
Showcasing the latest innovations across the sector, the conference will once again feature the Graduate Highway Hack giving 20 graduates the opportunity to suggest solutions to the challenges facing our industry.
Join us at this July to network with key players in the roads industry and to ask major clients your burning questions. Book now to ensure you don’t miss out on this unique event to quench your thirst for knowledge and gain critical, industry insight for the future and find out how you can boost profits because of, not despite the climate crisis.
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Organisations that attended in 2019 include:
TFL, Thames Tideway, AECOM, Department of Transport, Highways England, Morgan Sindall, Arup, Arcadis, Mott MacDonald, Surrey Highways, Skanska Construction UK, CEMAR, Colas, Balfour Beatty Construction Services UK, WSP UK, VVB Engineering UK, Hrrenknecht, Transport Focus, Bachy Soletanche