What's New in Concrete 2017 is approaching! 19 Jan 2017
Our upcoming SA Branch event “What’s New in Concrete 2017” is beginning to take full flight, with a range of leading industry suppliers signing on to take part in our extended networking and trade show exhibition event.
There will also be two presentations delivered by industry experts from BOSFA and Boral, discussing “Fibre Reinforced Concrete” and its role in the upcoming Australian Standard due for release shortly, and “High Strength Concrete”.
A quick reminder that this showcase event is FREE for Institute Members to attend, and an excellent opportunity to connect with concrete colleagues, and network with those in the wider Adelaide concrete construction industry. A great way to begin 2017 in Adelaide!
What's New in Concrete 2017 Update6 Dec 2016
The Institute is pleased to advise that planning for our first SA Branch event of 2017, “What’s New in Concrete” is progressing ahead rapidly. We have received interest from several organisations looking to be involved in this unique event. Held at Adelaide Oval this year, presentations and the concurrent trade show were enjoyed by well over 100 delegates last year!
Our official event page will be finalised and ready for registrations shortly. In the meantime, we will keep you updated with progress through our social channels, news items and branch emails.
We look forward to hosting another successful event in 2017!
SA/NT Branch - The Institute Visits Darwin18 Nov 2016
The Institute was incredibly pleased to deliver our first seminar held in Darwin! “Concrete Durability, Hot Weather Concreting and Joint Sealants for Industrial Pavements” was well received by over 40 local professionals looking to further their knowledge in this area. Our presenters – SA/NT Branch Committee Member and specialist concrete consultant with ANCON Beton, David Cockburn together with The Institute’s very own Chief Executive Officer, David Millar, delivered a great combination of content covering hot weather concreting, best-practice joint sealants for industrial pavements and new recommended practices in concrete durability. The Institute is looking forward to visiting Darwin again shortly!