International Concrete Crosstie and Fastening System Symposium

Registration and Fees

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$350 (Late) Registration


Conference Location: The 2012 International Concrete Crosstie and Fastening System Symposium will be held at the M. T. Geoffrey Yeh Student Center in the Newmark Civil Engineering Laboratory ( 205 N. Mathews Ave. , Urbana , IL 61801 ).

Conference Registration: The cost for registration is $290 (Early Registration) and $350 (Late Registration and On-Site Registration), and includes most meals, bus transportation for the technical tour, and electronic copies of all of the presentations. Click HERE to register online.

Hotel Numbers:

Hampton Inn : 217-337-1100
Illini Union Hotel : 217-333-3030

Local Transportation: The Newmark Lab is within walking distance from The Hampton Inn and The Illini Union.

Parking : Parking on campus is extremely limited. We recommend parking at the hotels and using the shuttle service. We do have a small number of parking passes for $20 daily. If you register for a parking pass you should receive an email with the pass 2 weeks before the conference. Please contact me if you have any questions or did not receive your pass.

Airport Transportation: The Champaign-Urbana (Willard) airport is located on Rt. 45 ( Neil St. in Champaign ) approximately 6 miles south of downtown. Allow 25 minutes to drive there from campus. Taxi's can be used for about $12: Yellow Cab 217-355-3553, Illini Taxi 217-359-8634.

Conference Registration: Registration will be open at the Newmark Lab the Illini Union on the University of Illinois campus beginning at 7:00am Wednesday 6 June.

Schedule: The conference program begins at 8:00am Wednesday morning and will be held in the Yeh Student Center in Newmark Civil Engineering Laboratory. There will be a continental breakfast each morning. Lunch will be provided to conference registrants on Wednesday and Thurday.

Attire: The recommended dress for the conference is "business casual"


Vicki Dixon
205 N. Mathews Ave.
Urbana, IL 61801