Concrete in Transport Infrastructure

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Wednesday, 24 October 2018
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM


Zenith Theatre & Convention Centre
Corner of Mcintosh Street & Railway Street , Sydney Chatswood NSW 2067


Concrete, the most widely used of construction materials, is present in large amounts in our Infrastructure construction.

To build in concrete means the specification of concrete to suit differing situations that it will be placed, from being submerged in corrosive water to the heights of the tallest buildings in the world.

Our speakers, from 3 differing aspects of the infrastructure construction industry will speak about their experiences with concrete specification. Justin Moss (Arcadis) has been heavily involved with the actual specification of concrete; Matt Deery (Lendlease) discusses experience dealing with specifications on site and Logan Mullaney (InQuik) has been involved with the development of new technology in respect to bridge building and how current specification may not necessarily cover the areas he has had to deal with.

A reminder that Institute Student Members can attend for FREE - Please bring your student card and proof enrolment ready for viewing (full-time students only).


CIA Members $77.00 CIA Student Members $0.00 Non-Members $99.00 CIA Retired $44.00


Justin Moss

Matt Deery

Logan Mullaney


5.00 pm Registrations Open
5.25 pm Welcome and Introduction
5.30 pm Presentations Commence
7.00 pm Discussion and Question Time
7.15 pm
Drinks and light refreshments will be served
8.00 pm Close

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