- Thursday, April 2, 2020
9:00 am - 5:30 pm
This one-day event will bring together all stakeholders for a day of collaboration and learning brought to you by the Australasian Corrosion Association, Concrete Building and Structures Technical Group. The Concrete Building and Structures Technical Group has put together a highly relevant program addressing current industry points of interest.
The seminar will feature individual presentations from a curated group of 8 guest presenters and an interactive forum to conclude the day. Attendees will take advantage of ample opportunity to connect with industry colleagues over Arrival Tea and Coffee, Morning Tea, Lunch, Afternoon Tea and Cocktail Drinks to conclude the day. Copies of the featured presentations will be shared with attendees via pdf.
Time Session Speaker
08:45 Registration 09:00 Welcome and Opening Remarks Chair
09:10 Marine Corrosion of Reinforced Concrete – Factors in Long-term Durability Rob Melchers (Professor of Civil Engineering - The University of Newcastle, Australia)
09:50 Handbook SA HB 84:2018 Guide to Concrete Repair and Protection Peter Johnsson (Associate Principal, Remedial Engineering, Building Diagnostics & Facades - Accor Consultants)
10:30 Conventional Patch Repair (without anodes) is a Long-lasting Remedial Solution Warren Green (Director, Vinsi Partners)
11:10 Morning Tea 11:40 Principals Expectations on Durability of Concrete Structures Wayne Roberts (Manager (Concrete Materials) - Department of Transport and Main Roads, Queensland)
12:20 Control of Early Age Thermal Cracking of Concrete Maxim Kovtun (Senior, Materials Engineer - SMEC)
13:00 Lunch 14:00 Protection of Concrete – Industrial and Wastewater Experiences Daniel Bosco (Chief Executive Offie - Bluey)
14:40 Hydrogels to Prevent Corrosion in Concrete Doug Hamlin (Infrastructure Project Consultant & Technical Support - Markham Global )
15:20 Afternoon Tea 15:50 FRP Strengthening of Structures TBC
16:30 Forum 17:15 Drinks 18:00 End
*Subject to change.
Who should attend:
The day’s content will be of particular relevance to Consultants, Asset Owners, Contractors and Suppliers.
Full-Day Catering and Post Event Drinks included.
Getting There and Parking:
The Kirribilli Club has a 65 space parking lot, that costs $12 a day for non-members.
Milsons Point train station is the closest and is a short 7 min walk around the block via Alfred Street & then Lavender Street.
If you are interested in sponsoring this event, you can view the sponsorship packages here.
Venue: The Kirribilli Club, Sydney