Tower Cranes North America programme finalised

By Murray Pollok17 February 2020

The full programme for the Tower Cranes North America (TCNA) conference has been published on the event website, with 11 industry experts taking part.

Crane technology specialist AMCS joins the line-up to discuss the use of anti-collision and crane management systems on a major project in North America, while Jeffrey Hammons, president of JHam Group Consulting, has been added as a panellist for the round-table session on tower crane inspections.

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The event starts on 22 June with an evening networking reception, followed by the full-day conference on 23 June. The host hotel in the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay, Miami, Florida.

Topics to be covered include:

  • Safe assembly and disassembly of cranes;
  • Round-table on tower crane inspections;
  • Understanding and measuring wind dangers;
  • Insurance and risk mitigation measures;
  • New regulations affecting towers;
  • Construction activity forecasts from AGC.

See the full details at www.khl-tcna.com

TCNA is organised by KHL Group with event partner SC&RA. The supporting magazines are International Cranes and Specialized Transport and American Cranes & Transport (ACT).

Gold sponsors are Comansa, Jaso, Potain and Terex.

Silver sponsors are AMCS, Favelle Favco, Liebherr and Wolffkran. The welcome sponsor is Morrow and NFT is the drinks reception sponsor.

Supporting sponsors are Blokcam, Bondura, and Industrial Training International (ITI).

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