India’s longest greenfield expressway from Agra to Lucknow will minimise travel time between major cities in Uttar Pradesh and neighbouring states. Developed in a record time of 23 months, Ramboll rendered detailed engineering services towards Package II of this iconic expressway.
Peter Curran, Director Major Crossings at Ramboll will be delivering a lecture at the Concrete 2018: Cable Supported Structure (Structure & Bridges) Conference organised by the Indian Concrete Institute in New Delhi on 13 July 2018. In his lecture, Peter will talk about the Queensferry Crossing, the background to the project and describe key aspects and challenges in the design of this unique bridge from the designer’s perspective, with a focus on the challenges in the design and construction.
Industry-leading expert, Aditya Sharma, Director Highways & Structures at Ramboll and Member Secretary of Technical Committee of IRC – Loads & Stresses (B-2) –IRC-6, will share insights as a code maker and his experience in helping to design the new guideline for the Seismic design of road bridges (IRC:SP:114-2018) at the Indian Road Congress (IRC) Seminar to be held on 23 June 2018 in New Delhi.
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