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Title: Concrete 2000 - Better, Faster, Smarter - Technical Conference & AGM, 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 Session – Breakthrough in Precast Seismic Structural Systems Preliminary Results and Conclusions from the PRESSS Five Storey Precast Concrete Test Building – Nigel Priestley, University of California, San Diego A presentation of the PRESSS Technology applied to a 39 Storey Building by Pankow Builders in California – Jason Ingham, University of Auckland Session 2: Commercial Properties Commercial Perspectives of Retail developments in New Zealand – Martin Fahey, Mainzeal Construction Princes Wharf Development: Strengthening of a Reinforced Concrete Wharf and Superstructure – Stuart George and David Turkington, Buller George Engineers Ltd The Case for Concrete – Richard Henderson, Cement & Concrete Association of NZ Session 3: Innovative Structural Research Damage Avoidance Seismic Design of Bridge Piers – John Mander, University of Canterbury Recent advances in the use of Prestressed Concrete Systems in Seismic Design – Jose Restrepo, University of Canterbury Current research on Post-Tensioned Concrete Masonry Walls – Peter Laursen, University of Auckland Session 4: Transport Infrastructure Candy’s Bend Road Widening, Arthurs Pass: Design Aspects – Melvyn Maylin, Opus International Consultants Candy’s Bend to Starvation Point Project: Construction Aspects – Colin Chisholm, Fulton Hogan Civil Axis Fergusson Terminal Expansion: Engineering Design – Murray Dennis, Ports of Auckland Auckland Airport: Concrete Pavement Taxiway Extension Works 1999 – Nick Miller, Fulton Hogan Civil Session 5: Concrete Briefs Predicted Behaviour of Reinforced Concrete Columns – Chris Allington, University of Canterbury The Durability of Marine Concrete: How well have we done, and how can we do better – Sue Freitag and Sheldon Bruce, Central Laboratories, Opus International The Strengthening of Two Churches, using an innovative design philosophy and the Helifix Strengthening System -–Michael Newby, Michael Newby Associates and Chris Munn, G K Shaw Ltd Specification of Concrete: The Role of NZS 3104/3109 – Derek Chisholm, BRANZ Session 6: Marine Durability Marine Concrete Durability: Overview of Options and Issues – Larry Gaerty, Concrete Consultancy Expectations and Realities of Concrete in Wellington Wharf Structures – Dick Carter, CentrePort Ltd Seaview Wharf, Wellington: Rehabilitation by Cathodic Protection Utilising Computerised Remote Control Monitoring – Michael Lawson, Consultech Durability Prediction for Coastal Reinforced Concrete Structures: Matching Reality and Theory – Derek Chisholm and Neil Lee, BRANZ
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