Surveyor 2012 Live Events Calendar

Published:  06 January, 2012

Surveyoris pleased to announce it's forthcoming schedule of conferences and exhibitions. Each is a dedicated forum, researched with key indutsry figures and associations, and designed to showcase the latest research, guidance, innovations and good practise.Surveyorevents offer an invaluable opportunity to keep abreast of the latest developments and legislation, and to network with your peers.Further information can be found atwww.surveyorevents.com

Bridges 2012: Home and Away

27th and 28th March, The Midland Hotel, Manchester

The 20th Annual Conference and Exhibition

Now in it's 20th year, "Bridges" remains the leading event for highway authority bridge engineers and their private sector partners, and continues to act as the definitive forum for all issues relating to bridge management and maintenance, policy, strategy and funding.


Produced with input from the UK Bridges Board, and leading industry figures this event showcases the latest research, recommendations and case studies.


For 2012 the event will run as a two day conference, orgnaised by Surveyor and Bridge Design & Enginnering, and featuring a second day of International Speakers and Case Studies.

www.surveyorevents.com/bridges

Highway Maintenance

6th June 2012: Pride Park Stadium, Derby

The 14th Annual Surveyor Highway Maintenance Conference and Exhibition

Surveyor's 14th annual Highway Maintenance conference and exhibition- supported by ADEPT, the UK Roads Board and the DfT.

Addressing the problems facing the industry today, reporting on the latest research and showcasing up-to-the-minute innovations, Surveyor's annual Highways Maintenance conference remains the industry's trusted source to arm highway practioners, and is researched to feature the most contemporary insight and is rich in the practical advice vital to maintaining our essential transport infrastructure.

www.surveyorevents.com/highways

Street Light 2012

26th June 2012: King Power Stadium, Leicester

The 16th Annual Surveyor and ILP Street Lighting Conference and Exhibition

Organised with the Institution of Lighting Professionals (ILP), the 16th annual Street Light 2012 conference and exhibition, Streetlight is an interactive day of discussion and debate on the most pertinent issues affecting everyone involved in exterior lighting.

This informative event addresses the latest developments in legislation, working practices and new technologies, and looks at the role of Street Lighting within, and at the heart of our communities.

www.surveyorevents.com/lighting

Cold Comfort:

19th and 20th September: The Ricoh Arena, Coventry

The 21st Annual Surveyor Winter Maintenance Event

Following the successful 2011 event, Cold Comfort goes from strength to strength as the industry's leading winter service event. Designed to offer a complete winter service experience for practitioners from both the public and private sectors, the 21st annual event features a comprehensive conference

programme, the UK's premier plant and equipment exhibition, and a wealth of networking opportunities. Cold Comfort delivers unparalleled insight into maintaining our highways throughout the winter months.

www.surveyorevents.com/coldcomfort

To discuss conference programmes and speaking opportunities for any surveyor conference please contact:

Gary Stringer,Conference Development Manager
Tel: 020 7973 6695
Email: g.stringer@hgluk.com

To discuss promotional opportunities, exhibiting and sponsorship please contact:

Steve Cobb, Sales Manager
Tel: 020 7973 4683
Email: s.cobb@hgluk.com

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