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Title: Concrete '94 - Technical Conference & AGM, Auckland
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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 Bridge Maintenance & Construction Keynote Speaker Experience from 20 years inspection, maintenance and repair of concrete bridges in Denmark – Leif Hartoft, Danish Road Directorate Repair strategies/service life and optimisation of concrete repair works on concrete bridges – Leif Hartoft, Danish Road Directorate Management of New Zealand’s State Highway bridges – R van Barneveld, Transit NZ The Building Act: is it working? The Building Act: is it working? – B Bluck, Christchurch Regional Council The Act and the law: Producer statements, liability of Contractors, building professions and territorial authorities – T Patterson, Phillips Fox Barristers & Solicitors The Building Act implementation by Hamilton City Council – C Boyt and R Hargood, Hamilton City Council Possible amendments to The Building Act 1991 – B Cashin, Building Industry Authority Earthquake Briefs – Los Angeles – How did structures designed to current codes perform? Northbridge Earthquake, Los Angeles, 17 January 1994: Lessons from the performance of buildings – D K Bull, University of Canterbury/Cement & Concrete Association Lessons from the performance of bridges – H E Chapman, Works Consultancy Service Base isolation for protecting structures: High tech or low tech? – P Boardman and T Kelly, Holmes Consulting Group Quality Achievements in building projects – Problems from the past and solutions for the future Quality management in building projects: Building without quality control – R T Banks, Beca Carter Hollings & Ferner Ltd Is quality management the solution? – M Higgins, Civil & Civic Ltd Partnering: A step back or a way forward – I E Mills, Carson Mills Project Management Ltd Innovations in the Construction Industry Concrete for the Museum of New Zealand: Have the special requirements advanced the cause? – PConnolly, Ove Arup & Partners Creativity and Innovation – J Illingsworth, Winstone Aggregates Ltd; L McSaveney, Firth Industries Ltd New information systems and how they improve quality and efficiency in the construction industry – R Holbrook, Beca Carter Hollings & Ferner Ltd Concrete Briefs Precast Concrete – Aspects of the Wilson & Horton Press Hall East Tamaki Water Reservoir – W R Raymond, Hawkins Construction Ltd Railway Bridge: 104 Midline: Design and Construction – R J T Park, Beca Carter Hollings & Ferner Ltd; S P Hann, NZ Rail Ltd The history of the Mangapurua Valley Settlement and the “Bridge to Nowhere” – C J Munn, Construction Techniques Southern Ltd Tensile tests on cold bent/straightened reinforcing steel – J Restrepo and R Park, University of Canterbury Developments in spray application of repair mortars for low volume patch repair in highway structures – K Gordon, Fosroc Ltd
New Zealand Concrete Society, International Partner Access.
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