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Modern Bridge Construction: A Trans-Disciplinary Challenge

Engineering context

This course is run exclusively by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the internationally recognised leader in training for engineers and technical professionals.

New-generation bridge construction equipment is expensive, complex and sophisticated. The safety of workers, as well as bridge quality and durability, depend on complex interactions between human decisions; structural, mechanical and electro-hydraulic components; control systems and the bridge being erected. The risks of incorrect design assumptions and unanticipated interactions are not always evident.

In this two-day course, you’ll explore the many facets of prestressed-concrete bridges, guided by an international expert in the field of mechanised bridge construction.

Addressing the needs and questions of all those involved in a bridge’s safety, from the bridge owner to the safety planners, the course delivers professional guidance for each stage of design and construction. It also provides an opportunity to interact with other bridge professionals.

Modern Bridge Construction: A Trans-Disciplinary Challenge
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For postal registrations, please download the pdf version of our registration form here.
If you are unable to attend the above dates, please contact info@eeaust.com.au to discuss upcoming dates.

Is this course for you?

This course is for you if you’re a bridge owner, designer, construction engineer, bridge contractor or subcontractor, bridge construction equipment designer or manufacturer, forensic engineer, graduate student or an educator. 

 

Your facilitator for this course

Marco Rosignoli, Dr.,Ing., P.E., M.ASCE, F.IABSE has 34 years experience in bridge design and construction in the US and abroad. Working with bridge constructors, designers, and owners in 22 countries on four continents, he has served as designer, reviewer, technical leader or technology consultant on six cable-stayed bridges, 34 incrementally launched bridges, multiple balanced cantilever bridges, and well over 30 miles of light-rail and high-speed railway bridges.

He is the author of four bridge books published worldwide, three book chapters, over 90 scientific publications and presentations, and chapter 6.37.40 Bridge Erection Machines of UNESCO Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems. He holds 32 patents on bridge construction methods.

Marco is serving as Bridge Technical Director at Dragados USA.

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