Why are concrete bridges collapsing?

If you require further details please contact the Queensland Branch Office on 0459 590 044 or [email protected].

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When

Thursday, 9 July 2020
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Where

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Zoom Webinar , Online, QLD CIA

Overview

In this seminar our speakers will explore bridge failures, what went wrong and the critical role of maintenance planning in the early design process. We will review the bridge design and maintenance planning requirements of our roading authorities in Queensland and more broadly across Australia highlighting the importance of ‘getting it right the first time’ to minimise unplanned maintenance and associated costs. Revisiting how and why bridge durability and design life must be achieved, we learn more about consequences, including legal, associated costs and social impacts of poor maintenance planning. Different bridge types represent different structural challenges and will review why a ‘one size doesn’t fit all’ when planning maintenance. Modifying a maintenance plan for different bridge types is crucial and this detail must be built into every design, early in the process. We will look at what parts of bridges continue to require regular maintenance and repair, why, and what we need to consider to achieve our long design lives.

Prices

CIA Members $33.00 CIA Retired Members $22.00 CIA Student Members $22.00 Non-members $55.00

Presenters

Michael van Koeverden
Director - CQT Services Pty Ltd

Tim Priebbenow
Principle Engineer – Leader- Bridge Team - Calibre

Topics

Michael van Koeverden, Director - CQT Services Pty Ltd
Bridge collapses and why maintenance is the key
Michael is a past National President of the Concrete Institute of Australia, Chartered Fellow of Engineers Australia and Director of the specialist engineering consultancy CQT Services Pty Ltd (Concrete| Quarry|Technical).
 
Tim Priebbenow, Structural Bridge Engineer - Calibre   
Why structures need maintenance and why it must be considered at the beginning of design, not the end 
Tim is a Structural Engineer with 30 years’ experience in the design and construction superintendence of a wide range of structures in structural steel, reinforced and post-tensioned concrete, precast concrete, masonry, timber and aluminium including road bridges, rail bridges, footbridges, large diameter pipe bridges and bridge erection works.
In addition to hands-on engineering design, structural inspection and assessment experience, he has acted as Lead Structural Engineer on a number of major and complex projects and tender designs and worked in the role of Structural Engineering Manager for several years.

Program

The webinar will run from 2.00 - 3.00pm and is based on NSW time (Australian Eastern Standard Time). Delegates will be sent login details and a password for this webinar prior to the event by email.

Times for other States:

VIC/QLD/TAS/ACT  2.00pm to 3.00pm
SA/NT 1.30pm to 2.30pm
WA 12.00pm to 1.00pm

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