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Title: The New Zealand Concrete Industry Conference - Christchurch Convention Centre, Christchurch
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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: RWC 2001 – The Infrastructure Required (Rob Fisher – Simpson Grierson) Burj Dubai – World’s Tallest Building (Greg Sang – Emaar Properties PJSC) Session 2: The Auckland War Memorial Museum Underpinned with Modern Technology (Grant Thomas – Hawkins Construction Ltd; Michael Khrapko – CBE Consultancy Ltd) New Zealand’s First Post-Tensioned Concrete Masonry House (Gavin Wight – VSL Australia; Jason Ingham – University of Auckland; Andrew Wilton – Wilton Joubert Ltd) History, Current Practice and Future Developments in Australian Concrete Water Storage Structures (Michael Salu, Dion Turner – Parsons Brinckerhoff Australia Pty Ltd) Session 2A: (NZRMCA Concurrent Session) Drug & Alcohol Free Workplace (Susan Nolan – ESR) Human Resources in the Concrete Industry (Janet Copeland – Janet Copeland Law) Session 3: Trench Design & Construction for the Wellington Inner City Bypass (Pathmanathan Brabhaharan, Keith Atkinson, Tahu Taylor-Koolen – Opus International Consultants; Richard Fulton – Fulton Hogan Ltd) New Standard Bridge Beams Project (Phil Gaby – Beca Carter Hollings & Ferner; Donald Kirkcaldie – Opus International Consultants) Advanced Fibre Reinforced Precast Concrete Beam-Column Joints (Nicholas Brooke, Jason Ingham – University of Auckland) Session 3A: (NZRMCA Concurrent Session) Competition Law and its Importance to the Concrete Industry (Ian Mutton) Rheological Properties of New Zealand Concrete (James Mackechnie – University of Canterbury) Session 4: The Impact of Global Warming (Stuart Frazer – Frazer Lindstrom Limited) Cable Stayed Structures and Stay Cable Technology – Case studies from Europe, Asia, Australia and the Proposed First New Zealand project (Marcel Poser – BBR VT International Ltd) Runway Underpass for Wellington International Airport (Phil Gaby – Beca Carter Hollings & Ferner; Royden Mayfield – Wellington International Airport Ltd; Mike Romanes – Concrete Structures; Derek Bilby – Brian Perry Civil) Session 5: Design and Construction Aspects of Post-Tensioned LNG Storage Tanks in Europe and Australasia (Hudson Lun, Frank Filippone – Structural Systems Ltd; Diana Cobos Roger – BBR Spain; Marcel Poser – BBR VT International) Ruakuri Caves (Tanya Wylie – Thorburn Consultants (NZ) Ltd; Martin Hansen – Hawkins Construction Ltd) Te Apiti Wind Farm Turbine Foundations: Design and Construction (Robert Davey – Opus International Consultants Ltd; Rob Green – Higgins Group) Session 6: Use of Rheology to Develop and Optimise Self Compacting Concrete (Olafur Wallevik – IBRI Rheocenter) Weathertightness Design Resource for Concrete Masonry Construction (Morten Gjerde – Victoria University of Wellington; Patrick McGuire – Cement & Concrete Association of New Zealand) Weird and Wonderful in the World of Concrete (Andrew Dallas – Allied Concrete) Performance of Damage-Protected Beam-Column Joints Subjected to Bi-directional Lateral Loading (John Mander, Kevin Solberg, Luoman Li, Brendon Bradley, Rajesh Dhakal – University of Canterbury) Session 7: Innovative Construction Techniques used at Middlemore Hospital Carpark, Auckland (Brad Hannan – VSL Australia Pty Ltd; Bert Denee – Kalmar Projects Limited) Unbonded Prestressed Panel Tendon Stress at In-Plane Flexural Strength (Gavin Wight – VSL Australia; Alistair Russell, Jason Ingham – University of Auckland) Concrete Roof Support at Waihi Gold (Bruce Cloughley – BASF Construction Chemicals)
New Zealand Concrete Society, International Partner Access.
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