Bechtel to Appear on 33rd PIANC

Bechtel has announced that five of the company’s leading authorities on port infrastructure will share their views and research findings at the 33rd PIANC World Congress.

The event, which takes place from June 1 to June 5 in San Francisco, will bring together more than 600 navigation, waterway, and port experts from around the world to share the latest ports research and provide insights about the industry.

The theme for this year’s conference is “Navigating the New Millennium.” Bechtel’s featured speakers at the congress will include:

Walker Kimball, managing director of Bechtel’s global infrastructure business, Bechtel’s port and marine infrastructure sector manager,

Marco Pluijm, Bechtel’s manager of facilities simulation,

James Denton-Brown, Bechtel’s manager of industrial and port planning,

and Reece Shaw, Bechtel’s manager of port and marine development.

Bechtel has overseen more than 80 port and harbor projects across the world, including 28 in the last decade.

Notable projects include Jubail Port in Saudi Arabia, Port of Los Angeles Container, Port Hay Point Coal Terminal in Australia, and the recently completed Khalifa Port in the United Arab Emirates.

May 27, 2014

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