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Title: Concrete 2003 – Function and Form. Technical Conference & AGM - The 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: Keynote Speaker Recent Use of Concrete in Small and Medium Scale Japanese Building Projects – Alan Burden, Principal, Structured Environment Ltd/Associate Professor, Kanto-Gakuin University, Japan Session 2: Delivering Concrete Performance Child, Youth & Family Services – Youth Justice Facility (Upper North), Precast & Thermal Mass Concrete Panels – Clive Smith – Hawkins Construction; John Gibbons – Composite Insulation Ltd Railway Bridge: Design and Detailing for Construction – Rob Presland, Duncan Fleming, Matt Callaghan, Rob Park – Holmes Consulting Group The Role of Thermal Mass in Active Solar Architecture – Case Study: The Wadestown Solar Home – Richard Wright – Aonui Architecture Ltd Session 3: Self Compacting Concrete From Research to Routine Practice – The European Experience with Self-Compacting Concrete – Ake Skarendahl – Swedish Construction Sector Innovation Centre Self-Compacting Concrete: New Zealand Experience 2000-2003 – Michael Khrapko – Stevensons Concrete; Andrew Dallas – Allied Concrete; Malcolm Thomson – Firth Industries Session 4: Operation FreeFlow – The Grafton Gully Project Operation FreeFlow – The Alliance – Kim Barrett – FreeFlow Alliance Operation FreeFlow – Structural Design – Alan Powell – FreeFlow Alliance Operation FreeFlow – Urban Design Features – Carron Blom – FreeFlow Alliance Session 5: Practice and Beyond Second Report from the Technical Advisory Group on Pre-cast Flooring – Dene Cook – Technical Advisory Group Concrete in Art – The Christchurch Art Gallery – Roland Fretwell – The Buchan Group Japanese Concrete Bridges – Alan Burden – Structured Environment Limited NZS 4230 Review – Design of Reinforced Concrete Masonry Structures – Mike Cathie – Spencer Holmes NZS 3101 – Concrete Structures Standard – Dene Cook – CCANZ Session 6: Concrete Briefs Performance of Australian Commercial Concretes Modified with a Permeability Reducing Admixture – Robert Munn, Z Tian Chang – Australian Centre for Construction Innovation; G Kao – R&D Start Graduate Cracking of Concrete – Influence of Material Factors – James Mackechnie – University of Canterbury Deconstruction: Helping to Foster a Sustainable Concrete Industry – Morten Gjerde – Victoria University of Wellington Repairing Critical Infrastructure Assets Using High Performance Calcium Aluminate Cements – Mark Kurtovich, Peter Higgins – Construction Techniques Ltd The Thermal Performance of Concrete Homes in NZ: A review of research sponsored by CCANZ – Larry Bellamy, Don Mackenzie – Lincoln University
New Zealand Concrete Society, International Partner Access.
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