Lusail Expressway got Global Best Project ENR Award
Tom Rousek was helping at AECOM London with architecture and design of this challenging project.
Lusail Expressway has won the 6th annual Global Best Project ENR 2018 award by Engineering News-Record (ENR), a reputed engineering and construction industry magazine, in the Road/Highway category.
Global Best Projects identifies and honours the project teams behind outstanding design and construction efforts of the past year.
“The judges picked a diverse set of 22 projects hailing from 14 different countries and every continent but Antarctica. These outstanding examples show the risks, rewards and hurdles overcome when designing and building internationally,” ENR said on their website.
“The judges looked at projects in many markets and examined safety performance, innovations, challenges, and design and construction quality – with a special emphasis on the diversity of global project teams and their collaboration. They also considered how the project benefits the local community and/or the construction industry.”
Lusail Expressway project includes the arches at Interchange 5/6, which are the biggest and tallest monument in Qatar with a height of 100 metres and width of 147 metres. It weighs more than 9,300 tonnes of steel.
BIOWYSE Kick-Off meeting in Brussels in January 2016.
Thales Alenia Space Italia: Ilaria Locantore ,Cesare Lobascio, Guarnieri Vincenzo
CNR-IRSA: Simona Roseti, Caterina Levantesi, Stefano Amalfitano
Società Metropolitana Acque Torino S.p.A.: Donatella Giacosa
GL Biocontrol: Laurent Garrelly, Clement Faye, Nicolas Fabre
Liewenthal Electronics: Martin Koiv, Kalle Arulaane, Rainer Tamm
AquiSense Technologies Europe: Oliwer Lawal, Rich Simons
Università degli Studi di Firenze: Alessio Megnioni
A-ETC : Tomas Rousek, Veronica Rousek
ESF Office: Emmanouil Detsis
Christos Ambatzis (REA)
Tom Rousek has created the illustration for first ESA Closed Habitat Forum in Lausanne.
The European Space Agency and the University of Lausanne organizes
ESA Closed Habitats Forum – Where Earth and space team up to build the future
which will take place from June 9th, 14.00 till June 10th, 17.00
in Lausanne University (UNIL), Switzerland
The ESA Closed Habitats Forum aims at becoming the exchange platform fostering synergies between terrestrial and space exploration’s sciences, R&D and technologies in the fields of:
– sustainable resource management
– sustainable habitats
– smart monitoring and system control
Information and registration: http://closedhabitatsforum.esa.int
Deadline for registration: 31 May 2016 (Please note: In order to enable active participation and fruitful exchange with everyone, Forum attendance has been limited.)
For participants to the MELiSSA Workshop, please note that there is no schedule overlap, therefore participation to both events is possible (registration required for both)
Looking forward to meeting you during the Forum!