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ASCE Conference focuses on innovation in pipeline infrastructure

ASCE Conference focuses on innovation in pipeline infrastructure

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Pipelines Conference 2017 will provide attendees with the latest on innovation in pipeline infrastructure projects when it is hosted in Phoenix, Arizona next month.

On 6-9 August, the conference will share information on innovation in the design, construction, monitoring and delivery of pipeline infrastructure projects.

A variety of technological advancements will be showcased to demonstrate the conference theme of “Reliability and Resiliency through Sustainable Design and Construction”.

Registrations are still available for the event and discounts are offered for ASCE and Utility Engineering and Surveying Institute (UESI) members.

Click here to register for ASCE Pipelines Conference 2017.

The event is expected to draw as many as 1,000 attendees in 2017 – including international guests – interested in the strong technical program, which features over 160 peer-reviewed papers, panel discussions spread over 7 tracks and 6 pre-conference workshops.

Presentations will cover aspects of pipelines, utilities, surveying and geomatics.

In 2017, the accompanying exhibition will have the largest number of exhibitors in the event’s history, showcasing the best technology and innovation the industry has to offer.

Three keynote presentations will take place on each day of the conference, including the opening keynote plenary from Arizona Water Association Historian Jon C. Schladweiler, P.E.

For more information visit the ASCE Pipelines Conference 2017 website.

If you have an event you would like featured in Pipelines International contact Managing Editor Nick Lovering at nlovering@gs-press.com.au

Images courtesy of ASCE

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