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IRF Examiner, Vol 12: Value Engineering

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Volume 12 of the IRF Examiner (ISSN 2411-3867) — The IRF Examiner is a freely available periodical journal featuring peer-reviewed technical papers by leading industry professionals and which supports the IRF’s mission of creating a global marketplace of knowledge.

“The wealth of knowledge accumulated during the 17th IRF World Meeting & Exhibition in Riyadh was the driving force behind our decision to launch the IRF Examiner as a freely available resource for the industry,” recalled IRF Chairman Eng. Abdullah Al-Mogbel. “As the road sector delivers increasingly sophisticated solutions addressing our societies new mobility needs, the availability of global knowledge resources such as those provided by the IRF is now more important than ever.”

“Reaching across borders and boundaries to achieve a common goal of sharing expertise and ideas has been one of the main objectives of the IRF since our launch,” according to C. Patrick Sankey, president & CEO of the IRF. “The Examiner directly supports this mission and is an asset to our industry.”

The following issues of the IRF Examiner can be downloaded from https://www.irf.global/examiner/
Volume 1 (Spring 2014): Road Safety Applications
Volume 2 (Summer 2014): Road Asset Management
Volume 3 (Fall 2014): ITS: “Smart Cities”
Volume 4 (Winter 2014): Pavement Engineering
Volume 5 (Spring 2015): Road Safety Analysis
Volume 6 (Summer 2015): IRF Student Essay Laureates
Volume 7, Fall 2015: Road Financing & Economics
Volume 8, Winter 2016: Sustainable Transport Practices
Volume 9, Spring 2016: Road Corridors & Logistics
Volume 10, Summer 2016: IRF Student Essay Laureates
Volume 11, Fall 2016: Smart Highways
Volume 12, Winter 2017: Value Engineering


ABOUT THE IRF: The International Road Federation, founded in 1948, is a not-for-profit, non-political organization with the mission to encourage and promote development and maintenance of better, safer and more sustainable roads and road networks. With a network in 117 countries across six continents, the IRF believes it can make a difference by providing best practices and expert advice to today’s multi-faceted world of transport.


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