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AJ Designing Transport Interchanges

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Exploring major transport project design in the UK and beyond

Thursday 12th March 2009
Central London
http://www.ajtransportdesign.co.uk

The Government will invest an additional £1bn in major transport projects – ensure that design takes the lead in their development.

The Government’s commitment to long term public investment in transport infrastructure ensures that the transport sector will deliver design business for architects for years to come. Will you be part of the transport design boom?

Speakers include:

  • Chris Langston, Transport Director, BDP

  • Aidan Potter, Director, Urban Design and Infrastructure, John McAslan + Partners

  • Rob Naybour, Director, Weston Williamson

Designing Transport Interchanges is the only forum to look at the whole transport spectrum from a design point of view.

The AJ’s bespoke transport event will cover the major transport projects pipeline in the UK and beyond; best practice transport design from around the country and first-hand advice on winning, and managing, public sector transport clients.

Key topics include:

  • How architects can take the lead in transport interchange development

  • The latest from transport clients across the whole transport spectrum

  • Updates on current transport design projects such as Crossrail, Manchester City South and Victoria Interchange 2

  • Ensuring good transport design is economical

  • Incorporating the public realm into transport interchanges

  • Tips on getting, and managing, public sector transport clients

Call: 0845 056 8299
Email: conferences@emap.com
Online: http://www.ajtransportdesign.co.uk

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