Abu Dhabi Municipality is Patron of Bridges Middle East 2010

By Iqpc Middle East, PRNE
Sunday, July 11, 2010

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, July 12, 2010 - Bridges Middle East is a regional event dedicated to designing, planning
and delivering sustainable bridges. Following the phenomenal success of
IQPC's global Bridges series, including 2 regional summits, this event will
offer a platform for stakeholders in the value chain, from bridge design and
planning to construction and maintenance, to drive the bridge industry

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While it has been a challenging year for the construction industry,
bridges in the Middle East region are still being built in far greater
numbers than ever before. As the Middle East urban infrastructure develops,
the number of technical and design challenges for bridge construction also

Bridges Middle East (www.bridgesme.com) under the patronage of Abu
Dhabi Municipality and the official support of the Kuwaiti Ministry of Public
Works, speakers and participants will meet to discuss strategic projects and
bridge development plans in the Middle East region and hear about the latest
technologies available in bridge design, construction and maintenance.

Bridges Middle East 2010 will bring regional and international public and
private sector industry leaders together in Abu Dhabi from 24 to 27 October.
Four days of innovative content will give participants the unique opportunity
to meet with Ministries of Public Works, Municipalities, transport
authorities, private developers, consultants, contractors, engineers,
architects and designers and will also benefit from the exclusive opportunity
to visit the iconic Sheikh Zayed Bridge and Horadiyat Bridge.

    For more information contact:
    Olivia Modisakeng
    or visit www.bridgesme.com

For more information contact: Olivia Modisakeng, enquiry at iqpc.com, +971-4-364-2975

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