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Title: THE Concrete Conference - Combined Concrete Industry Conference - The Dynasty Heritage, Rotorua
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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 Speakers Joining Two Nations: Concrete for the Oresund Link – Ulla Kjaer and Mikael Braestrup, Chief Consultants, Concrete Technologist Bridge Operation and Concrete Technology, Denmark Session 2: Constructibility Part 1: Looking Ahead The use of Admixtures in Concrete from the perspective of a Concrete Supplier – Alistair Bennett, Firth Industries Self Compacting Concrete: A New Zealand perspective – Ray Hudd and Mike Edwards, Sika NZ Ltd Concrete Production: Interaction between NZS 3109 and NZS 3104 – David Barnard, Godiva Consultants Ltd Part 2: Shelly Beach Overbridge Shelly Beach Overbridge Modifications: Design aspects – Geoff Brown, Opus International Consultants Shelly Beach Overbridge Lengthening and Strengthening – Hugo Jackson, Construction Techniques Limited and Noel Band, Fulton Hogan Civil Session 3: Project Manukau – Auckland’s State-of-the-Art Wastewater Treatment Plant Project Manukau: The Client’s Perspective – Peter Manning, Watercare Services Limited Project Manukau: The BNR Tanks: The Designer’s Viewpoint – Dennis Hunt, Beca Carter Hollings and Ferner Ltd Project Manukau: The Programme Imperative: A Construction Viewpoint – Bruce Habershon, The Fletcher Construction Company Limited and Brian Griffin, Firth Stresscrete Session 4: Concrete Slabs Industrial Floor Slabs: Controlling the Movement – Lindsay Mayo, Lesa Systems Ltd Revival of post-tensioned slabs on Grade – Jeff Marchant, Construction Techniques Ltd Project Slab: Comparison of industrial concrete floor slabs in the Auckland and Christchurch markets – Dene Cook and Ross Cato, CCANZ Placing Commercial Concrete: The Big Ask! – Wayne Wrathall, Wayne Wrathall Concrete Contracting Limited Session 5: Concrete Opportunities in New Roading Projects Primary prerequisites for Successful Civil Engineering Projects – John Fenwick, Department of Main Roads, Queensland, Australia Evaluation of pavement options for roading projects – Alex Gray, Beca Carter Hollings and Ferner Ltd and David Silvester, Transfund New Zealand Advances in new contract delivery methods for roading projects – Niclas Johansson, Transit NZ Concrete slipform road paving practices in New South Wales – Grahame Simpson, Barclay Mowlem, Australia Session 6: Into the Future Investigating the loadpaths of floor diaphragm forces during severe damaging earthquakes – Jeff Matthews, Des Bull and John Mander, University of Canterbury Research on multi-storey post-tensioned concrete masonry walls – Peter Laursen and Jason Ingham, University of Auckland Enhanced thermal mass concrete – Henry Skates, Barbara Joubert and Jim Johnson, School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington Shear resistance of extruded hollow core prestressed concrete slabs – Jubran Naddaf and Len McSaveney, Firth Industries Innovation and Excellence: A review of recent world architectural concrete – Morten Gjerde and Andrew Charleson, School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington
New Zealand Concrete Society, International Partner Access.
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