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45th Annual Convention 2017
 
Are concrete durability problems a thing of the past?
 
6th April 2017

Concrete is the means of creating modern superstructures and buildings. As such the intention is that it should be long lasting. However, the last 50 years or so have shown that concrete can be vulnerable given hostile environments and demanding specifications.

As a result of this experience innovation in materials and design have resulted in concrete that will be durable – or has it? Diagnostic techniques have improved allowing better judgements on concrete’s wellbeing to be made in awide range of applications.

These issues will be presented and discussed in order to reconfirm or question ongoing assumptions about concrete and the methods used to both make and exploit its capabilities.

This year the Convention is being held at the The Queens Hotel, Leeds LS1 1PJ

 
Convention programme
Convention fees & Registration form
Exhibition details
 
Category Membership status Cost (exl VAT) Total (inc VAT)
AGM and Technical Symposium
6th April 2017
ICT 180.00 180.00
Non-member 210.00 210.00
Student/Retired 60.00 60.00
Gala Dinner
6th April 2017
ICT 45.00 54.00
Non-member 55.00 66.00
Student/Retired 40.00 48.00
 
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Technical symposium
Provisional Programme
Chairman’s- Introduction Professor P A M Basheer,
University of Leeds
 
Performance based design and specification for concrete J Knights,
Jon Knights Materials Consulting Limited
Methods of assessing the durability and service life of concrete structures Professor P A M Basheer,
Chair in Structural Engineering, University of Leeds
Should durability be a barrier to the use of crushed concrete aggregate in structural concrete? Dr C Goodier,
Senior Lecturer, University of Loughborough
The performance of an organic corrosion-inhibiting admixture - 18 years of field experiences M Bakalli,
Sika Technology AG, Switzerland
Overcoming barriers to achieving durable concrete structures in severe exposures: a North American perspective Professor R D Hooton,
University of Toronto, Canada
The ability of concrete to resist hostile environments Professor P Robery,
Director, Robery Forensic Engineering Limited
Understanding bridge durability and maintenance requirements Dr C Christodoulou,
Director, AECOM
Case study: Queensferry Bridge R Hornby,
Director, Bridge and Civil Structures, Arup
 
CPD-approved by The Institute of Concrete Technology
 
 
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