Rydges Lakeland Resort, Queenstown
16 – 18 September 2004
Chairman: David Gray
1 'Concrete Fights Back – The UK Story'
Ian Cox – The Concrete Centre, UK
2 'The Economy – Where is it at & Where is it Going?'
Nick Tuffley – Westpac
Chairman: Peter Watson
1 'Some Controversial Issues in the Seismic Design of Concrete Buildings'
Bob Park – University of Canterbury
2 'Durability Prediction of NZ Marine Concretes: 5-Year Findings from Exposure Site & Laboratory Studies'
Derek Chisholm / Neil Lee – BRANZ Ltd
Sue Freitag – Opus International Consultants Ltd
3 'Hawera Water Tower Restoration'
Craig Stevenson – South Taranaki District Council
Hugo Jackson – Construction Techniques Ltd
Chairman: Alan Steel
1 'Pentagon – Disaster Response & Reconstruction'
Richard Stehly – American Concrete Institute
2 'The Use of High Performance Admixtures in Precast Concrete'
Ray Hudd / Mike Edwards – Sika (NZ) Ltd
3 'Shake Table Testing of Post-Tensioned Concrete Masonry Walls'
Gavin Wight / Jason Ingham – University of Auckland
Mervyn Kowalsky – North Carolina State University, USA
4 'Investigating Temperature Matched Curing for NZ Conditions'
Timothy Walker / Jason Ingham – University of Auckland
Andrew Dallas – Allied Concrete
Chairman: Andrew Dallas
1 'High Performance Concrete for Major Structures in Developing Countries'
Ian Burnett – ANCON Beton, Australia
2 'Wellington Railway Station Refurbishment'
Jason Milburn – Holmes Consulting Ltd
David Sharp – Construction Techniques Group Ltd
3 'Bond Strength in Internal Beam-Column Joints Incorporating High Strength Reinforcement'
Nicholas Brooke / Les Megget / Jason Ingham – University of Auckland
Richard Fenwick – University of Canterbury
Chairman: Warren South
1 'Cable-Stayed & Suspended Post-Tensioned Solutions for Precast Concrete Frames: The Brooklyn System'
Stefano Pampanin – University of Canterbury
Claudio Pagani / Sergio Zambelli – B.S. Italia Styl-Comp Group, Italy
2 'The Performance of Fabric Energy Storage (FES) Structures – A Case Study Based On the Maths & Computer Sciences Building, Canterbury University'
Chris Munn – Cement & Concrete Association NZ
Larry Bellamy – ENSYS Ltd
3 'Excellence in Concrete Slab Construction'
Andrew Dallas – Allied Concrete
Chairman: Chris Munn
1 'Highway Expansions in Highly Sensitive Environmental Areas'
Carlos Lazaro – American Concrete Institute
2 'Concrete Spills, Concrete Kills'
Steve Tyson – Auckland Regional Council
3 'Concrete a Threat to Our Urban Environment? Challenge to Turn Threat into Opportunity'
Jan Heijs – North Shore City Council
Chairman: Derek Chisholm
1 'The Specification & Verification of the Engineering Properties & Durability of Concrete'
Tony Fiorato – American Concrete Institute
2 'Structural Welded Wire Reinforcement (WWR) for Concrete Structures – Now & for the Future'
Roy Reiterman – P.E. & Associates, USA
3 'Effective Rebar Anchorage in Concrete'
Derek Lawley – Pryda Reid
4 'Drying Shrinkage Behaviour of Cements Prepared Using NZ Pozzolans'
Warren South – Golden Bay Cement
Ihor Hinczak – Cementech Pty Ltd, Australia
Denis Montgomery – University of Wollongong, Australia
Chairman: David Petersen
1 'Canterbury District Health Board Staff Carpark Building'
Peter Johnstone – Romulus Consulting Engineers
Graeme Earl – Mainzeal Property & Construction Ltd; John Marshall – Stresscrete
2 'Joint Free Slabs on Grade'
Warwick Colefax – Colefax Consulting Engineers Pty Ltd, Australia
3 'Concrete Contributions to Architecture'
Andrew Charleson –School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington
4 'Construction of Prestressed Concrete Penstocks at Benmore'
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