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Title: Conference '96 - "Making Innovations Happen" - Conference & AGM, 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 One: Keynote Speaker Repair and Strengthening of Concrete Structures – John Miller, Fosroc International Session Two: Trends in the Construction Industry – Today and Future New Reinforcement: Grade 500 Bars and Seismic Mesh – Keith Towl, Pacific Steel Limited Concrete quality construction – David Barnard, Cement & Concrete Association of NZ Design of Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete Slabs on Ground and Shotcrete Linings – Frank Papworth, Microsilica JV Pty Limited Session Three: Current Construction Projects Pukete Bridge: Segmental construction using travelling cantilever falsework – Daniel MacKereth, Brian Perry Limited Sky Tower Auckland: Construction and materials handling for the Sky Tower – Andrew Gartshore and David Hunter, Fletcher Construction Quay West Apartments, Auckland: Construction aspects including a post tensioned floor system – Ashley Smith, Murray Jacobs Limited Session Four: Strengthening, Stressing and the New Red Book Background to the New Red Book: Worked examples to illustrate the use of NZS3101:1995 – David Brunsdon, Brunsdon & Cathie; Des Bull, Cement & Concrete Association Fellow Design and Construction of Post Tensioned Floor Systems – Brad Hannan, VSL Prestressing (Aust) Pty Limited Laboratory testing of the proposed Thorndon Overbridge retrofit measures – Rob Presland, Jose Restrepo and Bob Park, University of Canterbury Session Five: Concrete Developments Seismic design and behaviour of Tilt-up Buildings – Jose Restrepo, Francisco Crisafulli; Bob Park, University of Canterbury Externally reinforced concrete: report on some recent studies – Peter Lowe and Samir Kanji, University of Auckland Cyclic response of nominally reinforced masonry walls with openings – Barry Davidson, University of Auckland Detailing precast flooring systems to survive loss of support – Michael Herlihy and Bob Park, University of Canterbury Session Six: Concrete Briefs Planning and design of new Wellington Regional Stadium – Andrew Collow, Beca Consultants Techspan Precast Concrete Arches – Don Asbey-Palmer, Environetics Improving column ductility with composite fibre wraps – Alex Gray, Construction Techniques The Christchurch Pier: A dream and its realisation – David Clark, Christchurch City Council Insitu concrete techniques for retrofitting existing concrete buildings – John Christiansen, Connell Wagner Limited Firth Micropoz™: High performance concretes: Properties and applications – Ross Harper, Firth Industries Limited
New Zealand Concrete Society, International Partner Access.
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