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New infographic on the Russian Transport System Federal Programme for Development 2010-2019

This infographic provides an overview of the number of Road Bridges in Russia. It also sets out the Russian Transport Investment Plan for 2010-2011 and actual spend.

 
PRLog - Feb. 20, 2013 - Construction IQ would like to share our new infographic on the Russian Transport System Federal Programme for Development 2010-2019

This infographic provides an overview of the number of Road Bridges in Russia. It also sets out the Russian Transport Investment Plan for 2010-2011 and actual spend. Finally it summarises the Revised Federal Program for Development 2012-2019 which is now being followed.

Download it free here now via this link!

http://www.bridgesrussia.com/Event.aspx?id=849696 (http://www.bridgesrussia.com/Event.aspx?id=849696)

Construction IQ has also released a new podcast and accompanying transcript -  

Sander den Blanken, Associate Director at Arup, joins Construction IQ to provide an overview of the key projects and trends in the European bridge construction market – highlighting the focus on maintaining the existing network. He explains the key factors in the selection of materials, machinery and equipment and new ideas coming on stream to extend the life cycle of existing bridges. He also offers some best practice tips on how to ensure effective project execution with quality control systems. Finally he provides a snapshot of some of the areas where Arup is particularly embracing or leading on new trends.

Download this mp3/transcript free here!

http://www.bridgesrussia.com/Event.aspx?id=849696

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