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27th September 2018, Manchester

Advanced Materials for Construction 2019 calls for papers

The two-day conference will feature interactive presentations, Q&A, panel sessions, exhibition and networking dinner. Advanced Materials & Innovation (AMI) has announced the call for papers for its upcoming Advanced Materials in Construction Featuring FRP in Infrastructure 2019 conference. Confirmed speakers from Transport for the North are Laing O'Rourke, STRUCTeam, Jacobs and UCL.

Potential speakers are invited to submit abstracts, which will allow them to share experiences and developments and promote the opportunities in the use of advanced materials in the construction sector.

Submissions can encompass a variety of methods, including a short abstract, case study, photo montage, or a video presentation. The closing date for submissions is 3 November 2018.

AMI offers training and events services to the advanced material sector. Based in the UK, the company covers the globe with offices based in the UK, Spain and the USA. The company’s next event takes place from 3-4 April 2019 and will focus on the use of advanced materials for construction and infrastructure.

The two-day conference will feature interactive presentations, Q&A, panel sessions, exhibition and networking dinner. It will take place in a major UK business centre, which is a key player in the multi-billion-pound investment plans of Northern Powerhouse.

“With the construction market being one of the largest in the world, the industry continues to develop, looking for materials to enable innovative designs for projects or to offer novel solutions to challenge industry specifications and standards. Advanced Materials for Construction 2019 brings together clients, contractors, designers, material suppliers, innovators and investors,” organisers report.

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