Fire Protection and Safety in Tunnels Asia
Tuesday 21st and Wednesday 22nd February, Singapore
Due to the environment and structure of tunnel design evolving, fire safety needs to be factored in throughout every part of the process from emergency response systems to ventilation to fire resistant materials. With Asia having some of the longest tunnels in the world and some of the most rapid developments occurring globally, Fire Protection and Safety Asia is the best platform to uncover current and future projects across the region and pinpoint the best strategies to ensure fire design is implemented accordingly. With hundreds of billions of dollars being pumped into Asian projects, this is the best opportunity for you to engage with all project leaders from design to construction to operations and ensure fire safety at the highest level.
Following the immense success of the previous two years, Fire Protection & Safety in Tunnels returns to delve into issues at the heart of tunnel safety management. Through a wide ranging selection of pan European and Asian case studies, roundtable exercises and panel discussions on road and rail tunnels, this unique event will address some of the industry’s most pressing issues.
Our Fire Protection and Safety in Tunnels series has been running successfully for four years throughout Europe, with over 150 delegates attending year on year. Billions in new tunnel developments are taking place globally and older tunnels refurbished to allow easier cross border movement and meet current regulations that have massively evolved since their initial 70’s design. In Europe, regulations have evolved to address major tunnel incidents that have occurred such as the Mont ...
Fire Protection & Safety in Tunnels Asia will bring together tunnel professionals to address key security issues and discuss strategic and technological solutions to maximise tunnel safety. Here are some of the highlights you can expect when attending the conference.
We are delighted to announce that some of the most prominent industry experts have already confirmed their participations in the conference.
The Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway is the latest addition to Singapore’s network of expressways. Stretching twelve kilometres, the KPE lies along the North East Corridor of the island, providing a strategic link between the sub urban districts in the area and the city centre. Costing 1.7 billion Sing dollars, the KPE is the first expressway in Singapore to have its own dedicated operations control centre, this is mainly due to the fact that such a long stretch of the expressway (nine ...