Laying the foundations for Egypt’s future
With a large amount of construction projects taking place in Egypt as the country rapidly develops its transport, housing and industrial sectors, there is a real demand for engineers and contractors to meet tight deadlines in order to lay solid foundations and subterranean infrastructure for some of the country’s most ambitious developments.
Join us at the Underground Infrastructure and Deep Foundations Egypt Conference from 2-4 February 2016, where leading experts and geotechnical engineers will be addressing the challenges faced in implementing some of Egypt’s most demanding underground infrastructure projects.
- Develop solutions to the challenges of working in Egyptian soil, including working in soft and inconsistent sand and dealing with high groundwater and high salinity
- Hear about best practices from leading organisations in order to develop strategies which can be applied to your own operations in order to reduce working costs and increase workloads
- Hear project updates from Egypt’s leading underground infrastructure projects in order to develop understanding of modern tunnelling and piling techniques
- Develop your knowledge of the latest construction and project management techniques for underground infrastructure to help you realise projects on time and under budget
- Network extensively with Egypt’s geotechnical engineering community in order to establish new relationships and develop existing ones
Who should attend?
- Geotechnical Engineers
- Heads of Transport and Infrastructure
- Project Directors
- Tunnelling Professionals
- Design/Planning Managers
What others are saying about the event
"One of the best conferences I have attended in the Middle East. Well balanced material and good speakers" Deputy Director, Roads and Transport Authority
"A well organised event with interesting topics"Principal engineer, Ramboll
"It was a good networking opportunity as well as [a good opportunity to] share knowledge and thoughts"Principal Geotechnical Engineer, Mott MacDonald