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Title: Concrete '92 - Annual Technical Conference, Wairakei
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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 Current Concrete Research University of Canterbury – R Park, H Tanaka University of Auckland – P G Lowe, R C Fenwick Works Central Laboratories – S A Freitag Cement & Concrete Association of NZ – D P Barnard Seismic assessment and retrofit of concrete structures: United States and New Zealand developments – R Park Keynote Speaker Concrete advantages: the North American experience – J G MacGregor, President, American Concrete Institute Retrofitting The philosophy of the renewal and retrofitting of urban commercial properties Architectural viewpoint – G Moller Building owners’ and tenants’ view – D Keys The contractors’ viewpoint – W Chapman Civil Structures Earthquake resistance evaluation and upgrading of bridges – H E Chapman, D K Kirkcaldie The effectiveness of repair techniques on Queens Wharf, Lautoka, Fiji – M J Lawson, S W Hobbs Waitakere Dam strengthening: upgrading of a concrete gravity dam using post-tensioned ground anchors – J B Gregory, P A Wymer Quality Assurance and Building Codes The Building Act: effects on the concrete industry – D Barnard Developments and harmonisation of concrete design codes: SANZ, SA and Eurocodes – R Park The importance of accreditation or “Trust me, I know what I’m doing” – J Temple Concrete Briefs Concrete homes: past, present, future – D Morrison Condition survey of Fairfield Bridge, Hamilton – G H Rowe, L Leach Strengthening of a floor slab using bonded steel plates – D V Francis, R A Robinson Controlled low strength concrete – T J Browne
New Zealand Concrete Society, International Partner Access.
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