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THE Concrete Conference 2001
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Rotorua 2001
The Dynasty Heritage, Rotorua
5 – 7 October 2001

Session 1:
Chairperson: David Gray

1.      'Joining Two Nations: Concrete for the Oresund Link'
         Ulla Kjaer & Mikael Braestrup – Chief Consultants, Concrete Technologist Bridge Operation & Concrete Technology, RAMBØLL, Denmark

Session 2: Constructibility
Chairperson: Craig Muir

Part 1: Looking Ahead

1      'The Use of Admixtures in Concrete from the Perspective of a Concrete Supplier'
        Alistair Bennett – Firth Industries

2      'Self Compacting Concrete – A NZ Perspective'
        Ray Hudd & Mike Edwards – Sika NZ Ltd

3      'Concrete Production – Interaction Between NZS 3109 & NZS 3104'
        David Barnard – Godiva Consultants Ltd

Part 2: Shelly Beach Overbridge

1      'Shelly Beach Overbridge Modifications – Design Aspects'
        Geoff Brown - Opus International Consultants

2      'Shelly Beach Overbridge Lengthening & Strengthening'
        Hugo Jackson - Construction Techniques Ltd
        Noel Band – Fulton Hogan Civil

Session 3: Project Manukau - Auckland’s State-of-the-Art Wastewater Treatment Plant
Chairperson: Alex Gray

1      'Project Manukau – The Client’s Perspective'
        Peter Manning – Watercare Services Ltd

2      'Project Manukau – The BNR Tanks – The Designer’s Viewpoint'
        Dennis Hunt – Beca Carter Hollings & Ferner Ltd

3      'Project Manukau - The Programme Imperative – A Construction Viewpoint'
        Bruce Habershon – The Fletcher Construction Company Ltd
        Brian Griffin - Firth Stresscrete

Session 4: Concrete Slabs
Chairperson: Andrew Dallas

1      'Industrial Floor Slabs – Controlling the Movement'
        Lindsay Mayo – Lesa Systems Ltd

2      'Revival of Post-Tensioned Slabs On Grade'
        Jeff Marchant – Construction Techniques Ltd

3      'Project Slab – Comparison of Industrial Concrete Floor Slabs in the Auckland & Christchurch Markets'
        Dene Cook & Ross Cato - CCANZ

4      'Placing Commercial Concrete, The Big Ask!'
        Wayne Wrathall – Wayne Wrathall Concrete Contracting Ltd

Session 5: Concrete Opportunities in New Roading Projects
Chairperson: Fred Thomas

1      'Primary Prerequisites for Successful Civil Engineering Projects'
        John Fenwick - Department of Main Roads, Queensland, Australia

2      'Evaluation of Pavement Options for Roading Projects'
        Alex Gray – Beca Carter Hollings & Ferner Ltd
        David Silvester - Transfund NZ                   

3      'Advances in New Contract Delivery Methods for Roading Projects'
        Niclas Johansson - Transit NZ                  

4      'Concrete Slipform Road Paving Practises in New South Wales'
        Grahame Simpson  - Barclay Mowlem, Australia   

Session 6: Into the Future
Chairperson: Peter Smith

1      'Investigating the Loadpaths of Floor Diaphragm Forces During Severe Damaging Earthquakes'
        Jeff Matthews, Des Bull & John Mander - University of Canterbury

2      'Research on Multi-Storey Post-Tensioned Concrete Masonry Walls'
        Peter Laursen & Jason Ingham - University of Auckland

3      'Enhanced Thermal Mass Concrete'
        Henry Skates, Barbara Joubert & Jim Johnson - School of Architecture, VUW

4      'Shear Resistance of Extruded Hollow Core Prestressed Concrete Slabs'
        Jubran Naddaf & Len McSaveney - Firth Industries

5      'Innovation & Excellence: A Review of Recent World Architectural Concrete'
        Morten Gjerde & Andrew Charleson - School of Architecture, VUW 

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