One Great George Street, Westminster
London, United Kingdom
Monday, 24th April
09:00 - 12:30 EDT -0400
Many ports need to redevelop and build new terminals to handle the increasing size of ships and remain viable. New technologies have a major role to play in improving construction efficiency and operations to meet these requirements.
The Institution of Civil Engineers is offering a half day seminar to explore the digital innovations that will shape the future of port engineering.
The programme will cover:
- Use of new software to accurately plan dredging and maintenance needs
- How going digital can lead to time and cost reductions and avoid clashes in construction
- How digital models and visualisations contribute to the consent process and public consultation
Preview the programme and secure your place at ice-ports.com.
The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) is a registered charity (no. 210252; no. SC038629 [Scotland]) that strives to promote and progress civil engineering.
ICE was founded in 1818 by a ...