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47th Annual Convention Symposium
Efficient Concrete Construction
New Materials and Techniques
Date: 4th April 2019

Venue: Wembley Stadium, Wembley, London

It is perhaps a statement of the obvious that efficiency is always high on the agenda whether the motive is business, financial, professional or personal. The same logic applies to the use of concrete.

Concrete today has to compete with other construction fabrics and as a result has made considerable advances both as a material and how it is used in practice. New materials options and techniques covering the making, placing, curing and finishing have transformed the opportunities offered by concrete.

Changes in concrete’s performance capabilities and its efficient application have resulted in design options extending clients’ aspirations and creating wellbeing for us all.

These recent changes will be presented and discussed alongside practical case studies at this Convention symposium.

Further details:
Convention provisional programme
Convention fees & Registration form
Exhibition details
Category Membership status Cost (exl VAT) Total (inc VAT)
AGM and Technical Symposium ICT 195.00 195.00
Non-member 230.00 230.00
Student/Retired 80.00 80.00
Gala Dinner ICT   60.00
Non-member   70.00
Student/Retired   60.00
Technical symposium
Provisional Programme
Keynote: Next Generation of PCE superplasticizers Professor Johann Plank
Department of Chemistry, Chair for Construction Chemistry, Technische Universität München, Germany
Efficient use of GGBS in the modern world James Bibby
Group Technical and Quality Manager, Francis Flower (LKAB Minerals)
Developments in foamed concrete Professor Rod Jones
Concrete Technology Unit, Dept of Civil Engineering, University of Dundee, Dundee
Structural health monitoring Neil Atkinson
Durability of Concretes prepared with Crystalline admixtures Professor Kosmas Sideris
Department of Civil Engineering, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece
Optimized design and quality control of precast tunnel segments Dr Sergio H. P. Cavalaro
Reader in Infrastructure Systems, School of Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering, Loughborough University, Loughborough
Improved planning and control of construction processes, including time and cost optimisation using the ‘Concremote method’ James Hurst and Werner Wenighofer
Doka UK Formwork Technologies Ltd
CPD-approved by The Institute of Concrete Technology
Principal sponsor: Oscrete

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