Industry Leaders Meet in Miami for the International Accelerated Bridge Construction Conference!

by Real Estate Published on: 26 November 2019 Last Updated on: 18 March 2020

Every day, you hear about the country’s failing infrastructure. Roads and bridges are crumbling. Collapses and other catastrophes becoming the norm. But if you work in the actual bridge construction industry, you know that the state of the art design has never been more sophisticated. The International Accelerated Bridge Construction Conference will be here before you know it.

If you want to sharpen your skills and increase your knowledge, you’ll want to book a trip to the International Accelerated Bridge Construction Conference. This world-class conference is coming to Miami this December 11th through the 13th of 2019.

Participants and attendees convene with industry experts in all things involving bridge construction. Learn and experience what it is like to design and construct one of the world’s most important transportation structures.

Along with the titular topic, the conference will also include discussions on automation, service life, and ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC). Many well-known keynote speakers will also be at the event. Hear the likes of

Diana Furchtgott-Roth, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Research and Technology; Atorod Azizinamini, Ph.D., P.E.; and Michael P. Culmo, P.E., CTO of CME Associates, Inc.

Whether you are a participant or a spectator, here is a quick guide to help you plan your visit.


If it is your first time visiting Miami, then you are probably looking for hotels in Downtown Miami, where the event will take place. The International Accelerated Bridge Construction Conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Miami. You can use this special conference page to book a room at a discounted rate. You’ll want to book soon so that the block of rooms doesn’t sell out.

The Hyatt offers guests spacious rooms with breathtaking city views, free internet access, a 24-hour business center, a spa, a heated pool, and many more modern amenities. Staying here is a good choice because you can relax and unwind from a jam-packed day at the conference, and be able to quickly return to it, rejuvenated.


Whether you are arriving at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) or Miami International (MIA), the event is nearby both airports and should not be more than an hour’s drive. With that said, there are plenty of rental vehicle companies in either airport and is the most convenient way to get to the event and around Miami.

If, however, you prefer to skip on the rental and ride mass transit, then the Miami-Dade Transit will get you to the event and surrounding areas. If you are coming from FLL Airport, you will need to take the RedCoach or Tri-Rail before you gain access to the Miami-Dade Transit system. With that combination of transit systems, it may take more than an hour to get to the conference.


Once you get to the event, there are several dining options in the area. American, Japanese, Chinese, Italian, Mediterranean, Mexican, and Brazilian cuisines are only to mention a few of the many varieties of food options available. They are also all within a 10-minute walking radius from the event, so you can choose from quick eats to buffets, to fancy upscale dining, and everything in between without having to venture too far out from the conference.

Other Attractions:

Perhaps you went ahead and decided that you would mix business with leisure while attending the event, and are looking for other things to see or do while in Miami. Well, it is Miami, so you know there are plenty of attractions nearby. This city is one of the world’s most visited places by tourists in the entire world.

So what’s there to see or do? If you like historical museums, visit the HistoryMiami Museum to learn about Miami’s rich multicultural history. For art lovers, there is the Perez Art Museum, The Museum of Art and Design, and the Institute of Contemporary Art to enjoy. For beaches relaxation (weather permitting), South Beach, Crandon Park, Lummus Park, Hobie Island Beach Park, and Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park are some of the top places frequented by locals and visitors, alike.

Register and save the date, December 11th through the 13th, 2019. The International Accelerated Bridge Construction Conference will be here before you know it. So grab this guide and start planning your trip today.

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