The International Pittsburgh Coal Conference (PCC) is proudly hosted by the University of Pittsburgh, Swanson School of Engineering. It is an outgrowth of a series of conferences spanning more than three decades, and dealing with coal utilization both in the United States and internationally.
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Austroads Bridge Conference 2017 (ABC2017), a national conference that will be hosted by VicRoads in April 2017. This will be the 10th conference held under the auspices of Austroads, the 25th anniversary of the first ABC and the second time hosted by VicRoads.
Don’t miss the opportunity to explore first-hand how Boral tests their construction materials at their Laboratory – organised by the Concrete Institution of Australia.
To be held Monday 17th to Tuesday 18th July 2017 in Kingscliff, NSW, the Australian Society for Concrete Pavements Invites you to attend the ASCP 4th Concrete Pavements Conference.
At the CRC-LCL Participants Annual Forum Craig Heidrich (ADAA CEO) updated the attendees on the progress of a current research project, conducted with the University of New South Wales, which is exploring ways to remove barriers that are slowing the uptake of applications for low carbon geopolymer concrete throughout Australia.
Standard registrations close tomorrow - Register now to save $50 and avoid paying the late fee.
Fibres in different types and forms have an unquestionable, profound effect on the performance of concrete structures. Put simply, high performance concrete does not exist without the use of fibres.
World Of Concrete (WOC), will be the first international event of the year for the CCP industly. The conference will showcase producers of concrete and masonry products whilst also including industry talks from leaders in concrete reinforcement.
Now in its tenth year, the Institute of Quarrying Australia (IQA) and Cement Concrete Aggregates Australia (CCAA) have joined forces once again to present CMIC16 as the leading conference for the construction materials industry.
The 2017 Australian Society for Concrete Pavements Conference will be held at Mantra on Salt beach, Kingscliff NSW on 17 & 18 July 2017. The "Call for Abstracts" has been broadcast and submissions close on 19 August 2017.
The Concrete Institute of Australia (CIA) will be answering the question of "Why does concrete do the things it does?" For a product that in its simplest form consists of only 4 materials, it is an incredibly complex and interesting material. Get it right, and you can achieve amazing results. Get it wrong, and the results can be catastrophic.
The forum addresses a range of topics relating to the design, specification, construction and maintenance of concrete pavements. There will be a report on the trial of the use of recycled concrete in the select material zone and heavily bound sub-base on an upcoming project to reconstruct and widen a section of the M1 Motorway.
Jamie North combines the co/by products of industry and native Australian flora species to create sculptural installations that explore the simultaneous concurrence and conflict between man-made architectural structures and the biological world.
Concrete 2017 will be the 28th Biennial National Conference of the Concrete Institute of Australia and will be held in the beautiful city of Adelaide, South Australia.
This year the Asian Coal Ash Association will hold the Coal Ash Asia 2016 Conference from the 22-26 September in Shouzhou, Shanxi Province, China. Coal Ash Asia 2016 features 3 days of conference, seminars, exhibition and business matching.
The Construction Materials Industry Conference will return to Melbourne in 2016. Celebrating CMIC's 10th anniversary, CMIC16 has a re-energised format that will attract more than 600 Australian and international delegates and guests from the heavy construction materials industry, suppliers and government.
The Concrete Institute of Australia is kicking its 2016 workshop program on High Performance Concrete Floors and Pavements between March and April, Want to be part of it?
At the recent Concrete 2015 Conference at Albert Park, Melbourne the Ash Development Association of Australia (ADAA) was awarded 'Highly Commended' in the Technology Category for the 2015 Awards for Excellence in Concrete.
At the upcoming Concrete 2015 Conference hosted by the Concrete Institute of Australia, the ADAA's CEO, Craig Heidrich will present to an audience of over 500. His presentation will cover "Challenges Contemporizing Australian Standards: Supplementary Cementitious Materials."
The 2016 conference will address the many diverse aspects of concrete technology including materials, sustainability, techniques, research and development, design, practice and economics. Papers will be drawn from all over the world bringing together many disciplines, reflecting concrete’s importance, versatility and adaptability.
Every year, the Concrete Institute of Australia recognizes outstanding achievements in concrete structures and concrete technology with the presentation of their Awards for Excellence in Concrete. There are various categories for which the awards are presented, including Project, Technology, International and Sustainability. These categories are further divided into Building and Engineering projects within each state.
We were lucky enough to have an Australian win the award for “Most Outstanding Student Oral presentation" at WOCA 2015. Ali Kiani, from the University of Newcastle Callaghan, NSW presented on Upgrading of Cenospheres in Fly Ash using as series of Inverted Reflux Classifiers.
Coal Ash Asia 2015 (CAA2015) will be held in Beijing, China from the 20th to the 24th of September. There is one month left for early bird registration, which provides a 25% discount on the comprehensive attendance package.
Global Independent Review: Commercial recovery of metals from coal ashes. This UK based author reviews over 300 papers and interviews with 28 expert globally to evaluate commercial activities in this area. It profiles 17 of the leading players globally that are commercialising metal recovery technologies relevant to coal ashes. It also provides an overview of ash volumes, current uses, metal content data and valuations, and leading ash characterisation experts, as well as exploring political, social, environmental, regulatory and supply issues.