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Title: New Zealand Concrete Industry Conference - Bayview Wairakei Resort, Taupo
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Abstract:To order copies of NZCS conference and seminar publications, please complete the order form below and return with your payment to the NZCS, PO Box 12, Beachlands, Auckland 2147: Technical Papers - Order Form 20101 Session 1: The Power of Water (Ken Hover – Cornell University USA) Concreting a Sustainable Future (Clayton Cosgrove – Minister for Building & Construction) Session 2: Strut-and-Tie Modelling of Fibre Reinforced Precast Concrete Beam Column Joints (Nicholas Brooke, Jason Ingham – University of Auckland; Gavin Wight – VSL Australia) Testing: How to Get Useful Results without Spending More Than You Have To (Sue Freitag, Sheldon Bruce – Opus International Consultants) Extending the Life of Concrete Structures – the latest trends and developments in electrochemical repair techniques (Michael Lawson – Construction Techniques Group; Atef Cheaitani – savcor ART Global) Implementation of Self-Compacting Concrete in a Precast Plant (Sherief Okba – Stresscrete) Session 2B: (NZRMCA Concurrent Session) Risk Management and Readymix (Chris Peace – Risk Management Limited) Session 3: Concrete as seen through the eyes of an Architect (Ian Athfield – Athfield Architects Limited) The Importance of Concrete in Sustainable Development (Rob Gaimster – CCANZ) A Rheological Study on the Influence of Material Properties in Mortars and Concrete (Warren South - Golden Bay Cement; Michael Khrapko – CBE Consultancy Limited; Fanglai Qui, Quan Zhang – University of Canterbury; Gareth Dean – University of Waikato) Design and Construction of New Zealand’s Largest Post-Tensioned Floor/Pavement (Brian Mooney, Timothy Walker – Conslab Ltd; Andrew Dallas – Allied Concrete; Jeff Marchant – BBR Contech) Session 4: Putting the Steel into Reinforced Concrete – A 100% recycled New Zealand Made Product (John Beveridge – Pacific Steel Group) The Design of Stabilised Pavements in New Zealand (David Alabaster – Transit New Zealand; Alvaro Gonzalez – University of Canterbury; Alan Kirby – CCANZ) Kingsford Quay Wharf Concrete Deck Strengthening at Port Nelson (Nick Barber – Nick Barber & Associates; John Hart – Port Nelson Ltd) Specification and Measurement of Floor Surface Regularity (Timothy Walker, Brian Mooney – Conslab Ltd; Andrew Dallas – Allied Concrete) Session 4A: (NZRMCA concurrent Session) Industry Update – Concrete Pumping Association (Workshop Discussion) How does the Audit Scheme of NZRMCA fit with current practice? (Andrew Dallas – Allied Concrete) Synthetic Macro Fibres – An innovation in Fibre Reinforcement (Bruce Perry – Grace Construction Products) Managing Concrete Problems with PCE Based Admixtures (Baha Abdelrazig – Sika Malaysia) Session 5: Global Initiatives for Sustainability in Architecture, Engineering and Construction – One Manufacturer’s Initiative (Guy Salmon – Ecologic Foundation) Makatote Viaduct – Underpinning Pier 7, Challenging Nature with a Collaborative Approach (Peter Wissel, Alastair Blackler – Fulton Hogan; Walter Rushbrook, Matthew Callaghan – ONTRACK) The Cause for Cores or a Cause for Concern? (Rob Gaimster – CCANZ) Successful Construction with High Performance Concrete (HPC) (Andrew Dallas – Allied Concrete) Session 6: The Sustainability of Concrete (Len McSaveney, Warren South – Golden Bay Cement; Deane Smart – Firth Industries; Jason Lowe – Winstone Aggregates) Durability Properties of Inorganic Polymer Concretes which relate to Pore Structure (Roger Barnes, Morten Gjerde – Victoria University of Wellington) Bridge 1 Rapahoe: Design and Detailing (Rob Presland – Holmes Consulting Group; Alan Bell – Smithbridge Ltd; Walter Rushbrook – ONTRACK) Using Human Senses to Guide Concrete Construction Practice (Ken Hover – Cornell University USA)
New Zealand Concrete Society, International Partner Access.
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