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Presentations In Narvik & Kiruna

11-16-2016 00:35

The IFME Board met in Kiruna, Sweden on 10th November 2016. There were a number of presentations to the Board meeting and also a number of technical visits and presentations in neighbouring Narvik (Norway) and Kiruna (Sweden).

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1 Narvik Vann Water by Thomas Brændvik.pdf   2.13MB   1 version
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The history, organization, network and challenges of Narvik Vann (Water), Norway. Presented by Thomas Braendvik, Manager Projects, Narvik Vann.
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2 Halogaland Bridge Narvik by Einar Karlsen.pdf   25.10MB   1 version
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The Halogaland Bridge is a 1,533 metre suspension bridge. Presentation by Einar Karlsen, Project Director.
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3 Kiruna Relocation of City by Goran Cars.pdf   11.81MB   1 version
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The City of Kiruna needs to be relocated due to the encroaching iron ore mine. Presentation by Professor Goran Cars.
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4 CMEA Introduction by Xiaofan Xie.pdf   2.63MB   1 version
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An introduction to the China Municipal Engineering Association (CMEA) by Xiaofan Xie, Vice President, CMEA.
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5 IFME goes Twitter by Sanne Hieltjes.pdf   1.98MB   1 version
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An introduction to using and installing Twitter App by Sanne Hieltjes.
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6 Rotterdam Resilient by Sanne Hieltjes.pdf   16.64MB   1 version
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Urban resilience is the capacity of individuals, communities, institutions, businesses and systems within a city to survive, adapt, and grow no matter what kind of chronic stresses and acute shocks they experience.
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7 Future of Associations by Chris Champion.pdf   11.17MB   1 version
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The future of associations in transformational change in technology, globalisation and demographics.
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8 Narvik - Welcome to the Arctic.pdf   11.65MB   1 version
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The story of Narvik's regeneration through coordinated planning, new hotel, library, museum, renovated town hall and new tunnel to reduce traffic through the city centre.

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