What's New in Concrete

Posted 15-01-2019
Category Events

Failure to correctly specify exposure is one of the most common durability design faults. 

The Concrete Institute of Australia are hosting an informal night of some light food, drinks and networking to start off the year for 2019, as well as a presentation on what’s new in concrete.


Wednesday, 30 January 2019
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM


Firehouse Hotel
86 Walker Street , North Sydney North Sydney NSW 2060

Presenters & Topics

Dr. Daksh Baweja
Director, BG&E Materials Technology, Sydney

Daksh was the lead author on the recently released CIA Recommended Practice, Z7/02 "Exposure Classifications". He will speak about how this document will make the specification of exposure class for concrete a brand new experience providing greater clarity, more cohesion, and confidence for those high-risk areas.

Michelle Knight
Senior Associate, Minter Ellison

Michelle is a leading practitioner in the legal world with respect to concrete related issues. She will speak in conjunction with Daksh about the risk areas that should be considered in the design and application of concrete structures and how Z7/02 can be used to help reduce this.


To find out more, visit the Concrete Institute of Australia website. 



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