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Title: Concrete '93 - 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 Creating Structures in Masonry and Concrete “Masonry Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow” and “Whoops! Sorry about those Goofs” – Jim Amrhein, Masonry Institute of America Summary of Masonry Design Codes – Tanya Wylie, Firth Industries Impact of Recent Bracing Tests – S F George, Wass Buller & Assoc Keynote Speaker Non Poured Concrete in Domestic Construction – R Walker, Roger Walker Architects Panel Discussion on Design and Construction Acoustics and Passive Solar Energy – D P Barnard, Cement & Concrete Association of NZ Architectural Details and Waterproofing – E P Sansom, Sansom Contract Services Concrete Floors and Site Problems – D Morrison, Firth Industries Ltd Industrial Structural Systems The Hurricane Iniki – J Amrhein Tilt-up Concrete: A Designer’s Perspective – G N Banks, Alan Reay Consultants Review of Tilt-up Construction Details – J I Restrepo and R Park, University of Canterbury Recent and Current Innovative Concrete Construction Chaffers Marina Breakwater, Wellington – A Collow, Beca Consultants and B E Habsershon, Downer & Co c The Use of Cement Stabilised Marine Mud in Breastworks for the Ports of Auckland – S J Priestley, Beca Consultants The restoration of the Historic Fairfield Bridge, Hamilton – L Leach, Hamilton City Council; H Robinson, Contech Group Concrete Research Support of Hollow-Core Precast Concrete Floors – J C Mejia and R Park, University of Canterbury Elongation in frame structures – R Fenwick, B Davidson and K Douglas, University of Auckland The cyclic load performance of a high strength concrete beam: column joist – C J Beattie, Central Laboratories, Works Consultancy Service The analysis of hardened concrete – D A St John, Industrial Research Technical Advancements Recent developments in the application of Cathodic Protection to Reinforced Concrete Structures – M Z Lourenco, Monash University, Melbourne Development of a high performance concrete topping for a refuse transfer station – J Plutecki, Hamilton City Council; D Chisholm, Cement & Concrete Association of NZ
New Zealand Concrete Society, International Partner Access.
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