Bridges to Prosperity


Globally, one in seven people lack safe, year-round access to critical services and opportunities due to a lack of transportation infrastructure. Bridges to Prosperity envisions a world where poverty caused by rural isolation no longer exists. Incorporated in 2001, we build and advocate for cost-effective, scalable, and sustainable infrastructure that connects rural, isolated communities. The organization has built bridges to better lives in 21 countries providing connection for more than 1.3 million people. We have earned our reputation as a leading rural transport infrastructure provider and trusted partner of local and regional governments, beneficiary communities, and mission-driven corporations worldwide.

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The highlight of the bridge engineering year.

Sue Threader, Chief Executive, Rochester Bridge Trust

A great day meeting lots of like-minded people, exploring new innovations and products from exhibitors and listening to some inspiring speakers.

Kevin Dentith, Chief Bridge Engineer, Devon County Council

Excellent networking and knowledge sharing opportunity, everyone who works in bridges should be there!

Liz Kirkham, Network & Strategic Asset Manager, Gloucestershire County Council

Very good conference and excellent networking opportunities.

Paul Tucker, Senior Bridge Engineer & Team Leader, Somerset County Council

Once again a great opportunity to see and hear from market leaders in bridges innovation.

Adrian Worthington, Technical & Design Officer, Wigan Council

The event is always informative, inspiring and relevant - a really good blend of asset owners, researchers, designers and contractors. A must for all bridge engineering professionals!

Phil Raven, Head of Technical Design, Milestone Infrastructure (Oxfordshire Highways)

The event is an opportunity to meet the some main suppliers and service providers in the UK industry
and to gain an understanding of the status quo and the trends in the bridge through the problems faced and solutions found.

Philip Corbett, Concessionaire for the Rion-Antirion Bridge - Greece, GEFYRA SA