PORTS ’16 is the fourteenth in what continues to be the premier port engineering Conference series in North America. The focus on port planning, engineering, construction, operations, and maintenance provides exhibitors opportunities to meet directly with port and agency professionals, practicing engineers and environmental specialists, and researchers.
• Port Planning & Operations
• Terminal Planning & Design
• Environmental Protection, Planning and Mitigation
• Navigation & Waterways
• Port Engineering Analysis
• Equipment & Systems
• Port Infrastructure
• Landside Connections
• Project Development
The Conference schedule is tailored to allow ample opportunities for participants to view the exhibits and become more aware of the breadth of services and goods available to the port industry. Exhibitors will interact with old and new industry contacts and clients in the Exhibit Hall, at informal social events, and during the technical tours. The expanded program for students and younger professionals also provides opportunities for recruiting the next generation of talented and energetic specialists in the field.
At PORTS ‘16, Exhibitors will have the opportunity to reserve space in a private room outside the hustle and bustle of the Exhibit Hall to present their products and services to a smaller, more intimate group.
WHY SHOULD YOU EXHIBIT AT PORTS '16?
Promote Your Organization’s Products & Services:
PORTS ‘16 features a highly qualified audience to promote your products and services to:
• Port engineers and construction management professionals
• Ports and Harbors facility management
• Government agencies associated with maritime transportation, security, and national defense
• Contractors (e.g., marine, site development, ground treatment)
• Professionals from engineering and environmental consulting firms and private industry
• University researchers and students
Created in 2000, the Coasts, Oceans, Ports, and Rivers Institute (COPRI) is a semi-autonomous institute of ASCE that serves as a multidisciplinary and international leader in improving knowledge, education, development, and the practice of civil engineering and other disciplines in the coasts, oceans, ports, waterways, and riverine environments.
Founded in 1852, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) represents more than 144,000 members of the civil engineering profession worldwide and is America’s oldest national engineering society geared to the advancement of science and profession of engineering to enhance the welfare of humanity.