Airfield Engineering & Maintenance Summit 2015
12 November 2013 - 14 November 2013
Manila, Phillippines

Our Speakers

  • John CookJohn Cook
    Head of Airfield Pavement Section
    Ministry of Defence UK
  • Kwak Pyung JinKwak Pyung Jin
    Deputy General Manager, R&D Center
    Korea Airports Corporation
  • Thomas YagerThomas Yager
    Distinguished Research Associate
  • Murali VaradarajanMurali Varadarajan
    Assistant Vice President
    GVK Chatrapati Shivaji International AIrport
  • Derek HenryDerek Henry
    Director, Development
    Bahrain Airport Company
  • Peter ChambersPeter Chambers
    Group Head Asset Care
    Dublin Airport Authority
  • S LakshiminarayananS Lakshiminarayanan
    Vice President, Engineering & Maintenance
    Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru
  • S BhaduriS Bhaduri
    Regional Executive Director
    Airports Authority of India
  • Saud Al HumoudiSaud Al Humoudi
    Head of Airfield Infrastructure
    Dubai Airports Company
  • Douglas B JohnsonDouglas B Johnson
    Senior Civil Engineer – Pavements
    Federal Aviation Administration
  • P.P SinghP.P Singh
    Associate Vice President Operations
    Delhi International Airport
  • Said Amur AmbusaidiSaid Amur Ambusaidi
    Senior Certification & Compliance Manager
    Muscat International Airport
  • Narayanasamy VenkatchalapathyNarayanasamy Venkatchalapathy
    Head of Safety
    Rajiv Gandhi International Airport
  • Gerard E BautistaGerard E Bautista
    Air Terminal Manager
    Guam International Airport
  • Dr Bachar HakimDr Bachar Hakim
    Technical Director - Head of Pavement Design and Asset Management
  • Dr Punya Raj ShakyaDr Punya Raj Shakya
    Project Director
    Tribhuvan International Airport
  • Ramesh Chand VishwakarmaRamesh Chand Vishwakarma
    Design Manager & Pavement Expert
  • Professor Ervina AhyundanariProfessor Ervina Ahyundanari
    Associate Professor
    Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember
  • Philip A. ZuzeloPhilip A. Zuzelo
    Cardinal/International Grooving and Grinding
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Airfield Engineering & Maintenance Summit (AEMS) 2015



Global airport operators, airlines and aviation authorities to gather at the premier airfield engineering and asset maintenance summit in Singapore!

It can be argued that the most essential and expensive asset to an airport is the airfield system. 24/7/365, airfield pavements are exposed to the natural elements, as well as being subjected to static and dynamic aircraft loads. Airport engineers and maintenance heads are confronted with the hard task of providing quick and efficient engineering and maintenance works which are as cost effective and practical as possible.

Airfield Engineering and Maintenance Summit 2015 is wholly dedicated to providing you with practical information through regulatory updates, real life airport case studies and interactive debates so that you can develop a 360 degrees review of airfield engineering and maintenance strategies and solutions.

Do you want to:

1)  Maximize the shelf-life and sustainability of your airfield pavements through proven methodologies

2) Learn best practices in the construction and maintenance of airfield pavements of different material types including different asphalt types and cement concrete

3) Learn how to make your airfield the safest it can be by Runway Grooving, using new FOD technologies and much more innovative techniques

4) Successfully Complete & Deliver Construction, Maintenance & Rehabilitation Projects under tight Project Schedules

5) Understand and select the Type of Materials that are Best Used & Suitable for Your Airfield Pavement


If your answer is yes, you must attend the annual Airfield Engineering & Maintenance Summit 2015, a global must-attend industry gathering, whereby senior airport representatives and industry experts will give you practical insights and will be sharing their experiences in the above mentioned issues which keep you awake at night.  


Reserve your seat today and take advantage of the super saver discounted prices! Don’t miss your chance to hear from, network and engage in-depth discussion with industrial experts, solution providers and peers in the region and globally. 

Who should attend Airfield Engineering and Maintenance Summit – Singapore 2015

Airport operators, aviation authorities and regulators from but not limited to following department/functions:

  • Engineering
  • Building and Engineering
  • Engineering Services
  • Engineering, Planning and Development
  • Maintenance and Utilities
  • Infrastructure and Utility Management
  • Airfield Maintenance
  • Surface Maintenance
  • Asset Maintenance
  • Airfield Pavement Engineering
  • Airside Safety and Operations
  • Airport Standards


A detailed conference agenda is still under development. If you wish to hear about a specific topic or from a specific speaker, please provide your feedback to:


  • Aeromag Asia
  • Construction Review Online
  • Airport Suppliers
  • International Airport Review
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" "AEMS has now established itself as the leading Airfield Engineering & Maintenance Event Globally" " – Airfield Civil Head, Oman Airports Management Company
" "Excellent Platform & Event for Learning & Networking Opportunities" " – General Manager, Airports Vanuatu
" "Lots of interesting insights on best practice airfield maintenance strategies and techniques"  " – General Manager, Abu Dhabi Airports Company
" " Best Event I have Attended on Airfield Engineering & Maintenance" " – Airside Civil Department Head, PT ANGKASA PURA I (PERSERO)
" " I make it a point to attend every year despite over 40 hours of flight because this event gives you so much in terms of variety of topics, new knowledge and serious networking opportunities. Miust-Attend Event! " – Distinguished Research Associate - NASA

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