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Danish expert on assessment and monitoring of bridge structures at ZAG
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Danish expert on assessment and monitoring of bridge structures at ZAG

Ljubljana, October 9 2007 – Oskar Klighoffer is a recognised Danish expert in the field of assessment and analysis of damage on concrete or reinforced concrete structures

His presentation on Tuesday was concenrated on the Use of advanced monitoring systems for condition assessment and maintenance of concrete structures.

The topic included a description of inspections, sampling, monitoring and assessment as well as an outline of their advantages, benefits and limitations identified.

Klinghoffer (FORCE Technology) has been involved in all major projects dealing with sustainability of reinforced structures within the Scandinavian territory. The focus of his work lies in monitoring and condition assessment of bridges.

In his career, he has cooperated with various institutes, universities, and consultant companies such as COWI and Ramboll.