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“Mitigating disasters through safer, smarter and more resilient road networks”

Now in its seventh edition, IRF’s flagship event has become an essential gathering point for the region’s top transportation decision-makers and professionals, combining regional case studies and international insights. A focal topic for the Congress will be the development of resilient infrastructure and asset management systems capable of providing alerts and withstanding increasingly challenging weather patterns.

“IRF’s presence has become a staple for the region’s road safety, maintenance, and construction system”
Honourable Robert Montague, Minister of Transport & Mining

Congress Topics 

  • Climate-resilient roads
  • Disaster management & recovery programs
  • Asset management systems
  • Pavement preservation strategies
  • Financial and non-financial benefits of PPPs
  • Traffic management & operations
  • Traffic safety

Who Should Attend 

  • Road Agency Engineers & Managers
  • Engineering Consultants
  • Road Contractors
  • Technology Providers
  • Equipment Manufactures
  • Financing Institutions and Investment Firms
  • Researchers & Academics

From the Chairman

On behalf of the IRF’s global volunteer leadership and members, it gives me great pleasure to invite you to the 7th IRF Caribbean Regional Congress.

The IRF has been a focal presence in the Caribbean since 2012 through its IRF Caribbean Regional Congress, as an annual gathering of the region’s top transportation decision-makers and professionals. We are delighted to return to Jamaica with a mandate to innovate across a range of industry challenges, from resilient road design to public partnership models, all designed to ensure that the value of roads to society is maximized.

This year’s IRF Congress focus reflects growing concerns throughout the region for vulnerabilities in the road network exposed by recent acute weather events. A road system that cannot withstand the emerging impacts of climate change will prove burdensome, impose high costs for repair, and delays disaster recovery efforts, causing significant economic losses. Clearly defined and effective evacuation routes can be the difference between life and death.

I trust all of you will enjoy this event and take this opportunity to learn, explore and share valuable insights, solutions, and technologies that can be applied to solve critical transportation challenges in your respective countries.

Eng. Abdullah A. Al-Mogbel
IRF Chairman

Benefits of Sponsoring

Whether you are looking to buy, sell or distribute in the region, there is no better time or place to successfully advance your short and long-term business objectives.

Sponsorship Benefits & Rates

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MEMBER COST $15,000$10,000$5,000$3,000
NON-MEMBER COST$18,750$12,500$6,250$3,750
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SPONSORSHIPS1510OPEN
NUMBER OF REGISTRATIONS 10521
OPPORTUNITY TO PRESENT
POST-EVENT DIGITAL RECOGNITION
SPONSORSHIP RECOGNITION AT COFFEE BREAK
LOGO IN EVENT PROGRAM
PUBLICITY/FOLDERS/PAPER/PENS *
TABLETOP EXHIBIT2111
ADVANCED PUBLICIATION/WEBSITE LINK
LOGO RECOGNITION AT EVENT
DATABASE OF ATTENDEES

Event Venue & Hotel

Hilton Rose Hall Hotel

(an all-inclusive property)
Montego Bay, Jamaica

Details

Start:
May 8
End:
May 10
Venue:
Montego Bay
Address:
Montego Bay, Jamaica
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Event Type:
Cost:

1-Day Workshop

May 7
US $200

3-Day Congress

May 8-10
IRF MEMBERS
US $600
NON MEMBERS
US $700
ONE-DAY RATE
US $350

Congress + Workshop

US $800
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Organizer:
Esteban Salinas
Phone:
+1 703 535 1001
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