There is now less than 6 weeks to go until we kick-off the ASCP 4th Concrete Pavements Conference to be held at the Mantra on Salt Beach in Kingscliff, NSW from 16th - 18th July 2017.
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The participants all passed the written examinations, with scores ranging from 86%-99%, and all passed the performance test. The attendees are now certified as ACI Shotcrete Nozzlemen. The men will receive an ACI Certification Licence, certificate and be listed on the ACI and CPAA website as certified nozzlemen for use by employers and engineers etc.
The Sir John Monash Centre will educate a new audience about Australia’s early role in international affairs, reshape patterns of visitation of the battlefields and in so doing, provide a lasting legacy from the Centenary of ANZAC. Last week the 1,000 square metre cantilevered concrete roof of the Centre was poured. The pour began at 3:00am and took 62 trucks and 10.5 hours to complete.
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For affordable and comfortable rooms, the CPAA has negotiated a deal with the Waterfront Hotel. The Waterfront Hotel offers simple rooms, plus a bistro, a sports bar and a kids' playground. The hotel is less than 5km from the Day 1,2 & 3 Shotcrete Certification site and you will receive a discount if you mention the "Concrete Pumping Association of Australia."
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.
The event has now been confirmed and will now be held at the following location for all 3 days:
Venue: 26 Kerryl St, Kunda Park, Sunshine Coast, QLD 4556
The Sydney Morning Herald recently produced an article about the future of Sydney ten years from now.