international Society for Maintenance and Rehabilitation of Transport infrastructures (iSMARTi)
2003 Guimarães Portugal
Founded 6 Jul 2003, Guimarães (Portugal). Statutes and By-laws adopted Jun 2006.
Promote international cooperation among engineers, scientists and other professionals for the worldwide dissemination, advancement and implementation of knowledge in the field of maintenance and rehabilitation of transport infrastructures.
Events2022 | Lima, Peru – International Conference on Transportation Infrastructure
2021 | Bogota, Colombia – International Conference on Maintenance and Rehabilitation of Constructed Infrastructure Facilities
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Board of Governors; Executive Council; Secretariat. Regions (10): Africa; Asia - Far East; Asia - Southeast and South Asian; Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Islands; Central Asian Republics and Russia; China; Europe; Middle East; North America; South America, Central America and the Caribbean. Standing Committees (14).
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