Commerce of Concrete - Source to Market - Combined Concrete Industry Conference, Wellington Festival & Convention Centre

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Title: Commerce of Concrete - Source to Market - Combined Concrete Industry Conference, Wellington Festival & Convention Centre

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Date: 10/1/1998

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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 Plenary Session 1: Keynote Speaker Current Developments in Precast Concrete from Europe – Arnold van Acker, Addteck International, Belgium Concurrent Session 2: The Wellington WestpacTrust Stadium Stadia: Sporting Cathedrals of our Time – Alastair Richardson, Bligh Lobb Sports Architecture WestpacTrust Wellington Stadium: Procurement of a Stadium – Alan Gray, Fletcher Construction Ltd Lightweight Concrete an economical choice for the WestpacTrust Wellington Stadium – Len McSaveney, Firth Industries Ltd Concurrent Session 3: Capturing Customers and Keeping Them Thermal Research and the marketing of Concrete – Larry Ballemy, Lincoln University Building with Concrete – Nigel Marshall, Marshall Homes Cement your ideas in Concrete: Direct Marketing Programme – Grant Thomas, CCANZ What can you Do? – Alan Hard, Marketing Impact Ltd Plenary Session 4: Concrete Floors – What Really Happens, An Industry Debate Concurrent Session 5: New Opportunities in Masonry The Future of non-specific design for Masonry – Andy Wilton, Firth Industries Ltd Issues associated with the use of Prestressed Masonry – Kevin Brownlie, University of Auckland Seismic load sharing in structures with Reinforced Masonry and Timber Framed Walls – Graham Beattie, BRANZ Concurrent Session 6: Advances in Concrete Floor Techniques High quality Flat Floors in New Zealand – Graeme Bergham, Bercom Construction Introducing new technology for Concrete Placing and Finishing – Brian Mooney, Laser Screed NZ Ltd Panel Discussion Open to Questions from the Floor: “Avoiding Problems Associated with Concrete Paving” Concurrent Session 7: Concrete Opportunities Offshore – Some Practical Considerations Concrete in India – Rob Frost, Firth Industries Ltd International Consulting: Not for the Faint Hearted – David Bunting, Opus International Consultants Concrete Opportunities Offshore: Exporters Co-operating to Compete – Tim Harris, New Zealand Trade Development Board Concurrent Session 8: The Case for No Log Books Land Transport Bill – Ian James, Commercial Vehicle Investigations, Traffic Safety Division Fatigue Management – Ann-Marie Feyer, NZ Environmental and Occupational Health Research Centre Fatigue Management and Log Books – Chris Foley, The Land Transport Authority Plenary Session 9: Environmental Winners and Losers – Where Will We Be? Win Win Options for Industry and the Environment – Barry Weaver, Forest and Bird Protection Society Economic Implications of Environmental Legislation – Gareth Morgan, Infometrics Land Transport Pricing Study – Tony Freidlander, Road Transport Forum Concurrent Session 10: Innovations Innovations in Glass Reinforced Concrete – Stuart George, Buller George Engineers Ltd; Andrew de Jong, GRC New Zealand Rosebank Patiki Interchange Bridges – Alan Powell and Nigel Snoep, Beca Carter Hollings & Ferner Ltd Changing the Cement Recipe – Why and How? – Brett Beatson, W Stevenson & Sons Ltd; Warren South, Golden Bay Cement Concurrent Session 11: Are We Special or Ordinary Ready Mixed Concrete Production Quality Control Systems – David Braithwaite, NZRMCA Classification Committee Classification Committee: An Alternative View – Neil Turnbull, Consulting Engineer Engineering Acceptance of the Classification Scheme – Rudolph Kotze, CCANZ Concurrent Session 12: Concrete Briefs The Whakapapa-Wanganui Tunnel Lining Repairs – Chris Munn, Consultech Ductility of Lightweight Aggregate Concrete Columns – Chris Allington, University of Canterbury Reinforced Earth Wing Walls at Manapouri – Don Asbey-Palmer, Environetics Civil Ltd Concrete Block Paving: An International Perspective – David Barnard, CCANZ Concurrent Session 13: Ready Mix Concrete Issues An Investigation into New Zealand Pozzolana and Fillers – Chris Mercer, Golden Bay Cement Environmental Management Systems in the Concrete Industry – Barry Fairburn, Connell Wagner Use of Recycled Concrete – Stuart Park, BRANZ Designing Mixes to meet 50 Year Life Expectancies – Larry Gaerty, Concrete Consultancy Services Ltd


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