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James Fisher Testing Services (JFTS) will be presenting at the third instalment of the CIRIA hidden defects in bridges roadshow in Glasgow this September 27.
The Glasgow event is the third in a series of roadshows across the country and provides a forum for construction and infrastructure professionals to share knowledge showcase the latest best practice and discuss new innovations in the area of hidden defect detection.
Speaking of the event, Matthew Anderson, Technical Authority for James Fisher Testing Services said:
“Testing and monitoring has a key role in the management of many bridge defects; helping to quantify potential problems, facilitate pre-emptive repair work and ultimately increase operational lifespans.
“Emerging technologies are providing huge opportunities for smarter collection and analysis of data, providing much better information about asset condition. For these reasons we’re pleased to be able to sponsor the roadshow, share our expertise and take the opportunity to discuss ideas and innovations from across the bridge engineering community.”
The next instalment of the roadshow is being held at IET Glasgow: Teacher Building. Find out more and register to attend the event here.