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Climate change, in particular, means that environmental impact is a very important consideration in the design, construction and maintenance of roads. This encourages the introduction of innovative solutions in the development of new materials that are appropriate to meet this need. Common solutions have included recycling and use of waste materials.
Whole life cost analysis can favour more durable products that reduce traffic congestion caused by road maintenance. The other important consideration in the design of road surfacing materials is safety for the user, assessed by resistance to skidding.
This event will look at recent developments in pavement surfacing materials, including the use of high-performance additives, alternative aggregates, and waste materials. Are they capable of improving efficiency, effectiveness and, possibly, competitive advantage?
Graphene - Introduction
Speaker to be confirmed
14/15 Belgrave Square
Tel: +44 (0)20 7598 1561
|Before early bird - ends 15 March 2022
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IAT member* - £125
Non-member - £150
Student member - £40
|After early bird
SCI Member - £145
IAT member* - £165
Non-member - £185
Student member - £60
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John Richardson, SCI/Colas Ltd
Lucia DeFarreriis, Skanska
Mike Gibb, SCI/Hyperion Infrastructure Consultancy
Nassera Thompson, SCI/Highways England