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Coasts and Marine Structures 2017
Brisbane, Australia - March 20-22, 2017
Conference / congress

To remain competitive, Australian port operators must plan, design, manage and maintain their assets more creatively and proactively to meet future demands and drive profitability.
With this in mind, the Coast and Marine Structures Summit 2017 will focus on key considerations relevant to ensuring your existing assets are maximised and prepared to accommodate bigger vessels.
Attend this 2-day conference and learn about:
- Innovative planning and design of ports to create efficiencies that drive profit
- Best practice asset management strategies and new PIANC design principles for bulk terminals
- Proactive asset management and maintenance to improve durability and maximise and extend asset lifecycles
- Alternative material and protection techniques trialled and tested in the US and Europe
- Strategies to shift organisational culture and mindset from asset management to asset maintenance
- How you can leverage technology to increase the efficiency of your marine structures
- Case studies on retrofitting, expanding and upgrading your ports in cost-effective ways

March 20-22, 2017

Pullman King George Square, Cnr Roma and Anne Stre


Contact for booking / more info:
Ph: +61 (2) 9229 1000
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