New Zealand Concrete Industry Conference - Rydges Lakeland Resort, Queenstown

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Title: New Zealand Concrete Industry Conference - Rydges Lakeland Resort, Queenstown

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Date: 9/1/2004

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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: Concrete Fights Back – The UK Story (Ian Cox, The Concrete Centre, UK) The Economy – Where is it at and Where is it going? (Nick Tuffley, Westpac) Session 2: Some Controversial Issues in the Seismic Design of Concrete Buildings (Bob Park, University of Canterbury) Durability Prediction of New Zealand Marine Concretes: 5 year Findings from Exposure Site and Laboratory Studies (Derek Chisholm/Neil Lee, BRANZ Ltd; Sue Freitag, Opus International Consultants Ltd) Hawera Water Tower Restoration (Craig Stevenson, South Taranaki District Council; Hugo Jackson, Construction Techniques Ltd) Session 3: Pentagon – Disaster Response and Reconstruction (Richard Stehly, American Concrete Institute) The Use of High Performance Admixtures in Precast Concrete (Ray Hudd/Mike Edwards, Sika (NZ) Ltd) Shake Table Testing of Post-tensioned Concrete Masonry Walls (Gavin Wight/Jason Ingham, University of Auckland; Mervyn Kowalsky, North Carolina State University, USA) Investigating Temperature Matched Curing for NZ Conditions (Timothy Walker/Jason Ingham, University of Auckland; Andrew Dallas, Allied Concrete) Session 4: High Performance Concrete for Major Structures in Developing Countries (Ian Burnett, ANCON Beton, Australia) Wellington Railway Station Refurbishment (Jason Milburn, Holmes Consulting Ltd; David Sharp, Construction Techniques Group Ltd) Bond Strength in Internal Beam-Column Joints Incorporating High Strength Reinforcement (Nicholas Brooke/Les Megget/Jason Ingham, University of Auckland; Richard Fenwick, University of Canterbury) Session 5: Cable-Stayed and Suspended Post-Tensioned Solutions for Precast Concrete Frames: The Brooklyn System (Stefano Pampanin, University of Canterbury; Claudio Pagani/Sergio Zambelli, B.S. Italia StylComp Group, Italy) The Performance of Fabric Energy Storage (FES) Structures – A Case Study based on the Maths and Computer Sciences Building, Canterbury University (Chris Munn, Cement & Concrete Association NZ; Larry Bellamy, ENSYS Ltd) Excellence in Concrete Slab Construction (Andrew Dallas, Allied Concrete) Session 6: Highway Expansions in Highly Sensitive Environmental Areas (Carlos Lazaro, American Concrete Institute) Concrete Spills, Concrete Kills (Steve Tyson, Auckland Regional Council) Concrete a threat to our Environment? Challenge to turn Threat into Opportunity (Jan Heijs, North Shore City Council) Session 7: The Specification and Verification of the Engineering Properties and Durability of Concrete (Tony Fiorato, American Concrete Institute) Structural Welded Wire Reinforcement (WWR) for Concrete Structures – Now and for the Future (Roy Reiterman, P.E. & Associates, USA) Effective Rebar Anchorage in Concrete (Derek Lawley, Pryda Reid) Drying Shrinkage Behaviour of Cements prepared using New Zealand Pozzolans (Warren South, Golden Bay Cement; Ihor Hinczak, Cementech Pty Ltd, Australia; Denis Montgomery, University of Wollongong, Australia) Session 8: Canterbury District Health Board Staff Carpark Building (Peter Johnstone, Romulus Consulting Engineers; Graeme Earl, Mainzeal Property and Construction Ltd; John Marshall, Stresscrete) Joint Free Slabs on Grade (Warwick Colefax, Colefax Consulting Engineers Pty Ltd, Australia) Concrete Contributions to Architecture (Andrew Charleson, School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington) Construction of Prestressed Concrete Penstocks at Benmore (David Brathwaite)


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