Concrete Cracking

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When

Tuesday, 19 March 2019
5:30 PM - 8:45 PM

Where

Aurecon Centre
Registration Desk, Ground Floor 850 Collins Street, Docklands VIC 3008

Overview

Waiting list available. Contact Solonge at [email protected] with your full name, company name and mobile number.

Concrete cracking is a significant and on-going concern in our industry. A combination of factors such as drying shrinkage, thermal contraction and subgrade settlement (and many more factors) contribute to the issue. This technical evening looks at the impact of cracking in the industry and how it is being managed in a variety of situations.

Please note location:

AURECON, Centre, Level 5, 850 Collins Street, Docklands
Meet at reception desk on ground floor.

 

Prices

CIA Members $76.00 Non CIA Members $99.00 CIA Student Members $38.00

Presenters

Jon-Paul Marrow
CRL-AUS Com

Peter Selby Smith
GHD

Dr. Ahmad Shayan
.

Topics

About Peter Selby
Bridge Design Engineer

Peter is a bridge design engineer and is GHD’s Technical Director – Bridges. 
He has had responsibility for many bridges including the Superway Project in Adelaide, seven bridges of the Brighton Bypass Project in Hobart, the Wodonga Rail Bypass, the Taylor’s Road Underpass in Melbourne, the Eleanor Schonell Bridge in Brisbane and the first Mekong River Bridge between Thailand and Laos. He has seen quite a few concrete cracks.

Topic - Cracking in Concrete: A Structural Engineer's Perspective
Compared to structural steel, concrete has some difficult properties, not least that it cracks in tension. Structural engineers are ambivalent about how to deal with concrete’s lack of reliability in tension and have to recognise that there are good cracks and bad cracks.  Good cracks are those that relieve unwanted tensions and are only a durability problem – they  can be satisfactorily be dealt with. Bad cracks are those which are a sign of structural problems, and need to be dealt with urgently.

About Jon-Paul Marrow
Concrete Repair, Strengthening, Preservation and Rehabilitation Specialist

 
Jon-Paul is a concrete repair, strengthening, preservation and rehabilitation specialist with certification in Construction & Civil Engineering Services (Concrete Repair) and 20+ years of practical experience. His background includes positions as site manager and contacts manager of multimillion dollar contracts and managing director of a self-owned specialist concrete repair and protection company. He has strong familiarity with a range of materials having worked for and alongside many of the leading manufacturers.
 
In more recent years Jon-Paul, has worked as Projects and Market Technology Manager across Europe, Australia, Africa and the Middle East, to help promote and train internal and external customers in the use and application of specialist materials. He is currently Australian Regional Manager for CRL-AUS Com providing valuable experience and ability to deliver remedial projects in the road infrastructure, water and wastewater and commercial construction sectors.  
 
 
Topic - Introduction to Concrete Injection
 
Jon-Paul will present an Introduction to concrete injection, why to inject, considerations, parameters influencing the injection concept, material selection and techniques.
 

Program

5.30 - 6.00 PM  Refreshments / Networking
6.00 - 6.05 PM  Welcome / About the Institute
6.05 - 7.45 PM  Presentations
7.45 - 8.15 PM  Question time
8.15 - 8.45 PM  Additional networking time
8.45 PM            Event closes

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