Who should attend?

The annual Bridges conference and exhibition regularly attracts more than 400 attendees from all facets of the bridges industry and would be of benefit to:

  • Bridge owners and managers
  • Local authority bridge specialists 
  • Consultants
  • Contractors
  • Bridge specialists
  • Architects

Past Bridges attendees included representatives from Amey, Arup, Atkins, Balfour Beatty Living Places, Birmingham CC, Bolton MBC, Canal & River Trust, Danish Road Directorate, Essex Highways, Highways England, Hull CC, Humber Bridge Board, Jacobs, Kent CC, Lancashire CC, Leeds CC, Mersey Gateway Crossings Board, Mott MacDonald, National Composites Centre, Pitney Bowes Software, Sheffield CC, Skanska, Somerset CC, TAMESIDE MBC, Transport Scotland, University of Cambridge, Welsh Government, West Sussex CC, Wigan CC, WSP and more.

The new eBridges format for 2021 opened the event up to the wider world - attracting 450+ paying delegates/attendees from over 35 countries. In December last year, Bridges Scotland also became eBridges Scotland with the global Bridge design & engineering audience attracting almost 1,300 free-to-attend visitors across 40 countries. eBridges Scotland attendees included representatives from Ayrshire Roads Alliance, Transport Scotland, Forestry and Land Scotland, Westlothian CC, Highland CC, Falkirk CC, Perth & Kinross CC, Fife CC, Glasgow Council, Montreal Gov, Victoria Gov, Queensland Gov, NSW Transport Authority, Halifax Dartmouth Bridge Commission, British Columbia Gov, Rail Baltica, US Department of Interior, Virginia DOT, Illinois DOT, Groningen Province, Auckland Gov, Infrastructure NI, Highways England and many more!

"Well organised event with good speakers covering a range of topical subjects. Good facilities for exhibitors who displayed a variety of interesting bridge related subjects"
Director, Goldhawk Bridge Restoration

Adrian Tatum 3
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