The Concrete Pumping Association of Australia would like to invite everyone to the 2016 Concrete Pumper's Expo. The day will be packed to the rafters with industry talks, workshops, meetings (including the National Technical Committee AGM) as well as competitions and more.
On March 16, the Concrete Institute of Australia’s (CIA) shotcrete technical evening in Melbourne was well attended by consulting engineers, product manufacturers, materials suppliers and academics.
The 252 metre tower is set to be the tallest skyscarper on the East Coast of USA located outside NYC. The project is due for completion in 2017. The buildings foundation was completed with a huge concrete pumping operation which lasted 23 hours, utilised more than 170 trucks and used more than 11,200 cubic metres of ready-mix concrete.
The Concrete Pumping Association of Australia, Annual General Meeting was held at the Stamford Plaza Hotel, Sydney Airport, Sydney on Tuesday 17th November 2015. The meeting resulted in changes to all areas of the Association, including the constitution, board member positions and other consequential amendments.
In this article we feature one of our newest 'Service Provider Members', Insuregroup. This case study hightlights risks associated with concrete pumping equipment and the need to ensure that your business investment is protected. At Insuregroup, understanding your business and focusing on providing you with specialist plant and equipment insurance is their business.
Shotcreting plays an essential part in today's civil construction industry. It is an extremely versatile material that can be easily and rapidly applied to provide a cost-effective means of construction. The Concrete Institute of Australia - Victoria will be hosting a Technicla evening Tuesday 15th March 2016 -- 5.30pm - 8pm at VicRoads Theatrette, 60 Denmark Street, Kew VIC 3101. A highlight of this event will demonstrate how sprayed concrete shear walls facilitated fast track of 44 level modularised building constructions.
WorkCover QLD have issued a safety alert to highlight the potential risks associated with inadequate support under outrigger feet on mobile plant – particularly on poor ground, including fill following a fatal incident involving a travel tower in Brisbane earlier in December 2015. Whilst travel towers are not concrete placing booms, this unfortunate incident is a timely reminder of the care that needs to be taken.
The set-up and pack-up of concrete placing equipment is a critical part of the safe operation of concrete placing. Developed by Rapidcrete based in Victoria, the video highlights to pump owners and operators the various hazards, risks and accidents that workers and the general public can become involved in by the opening of closing outriggers.
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AJG Insurance has some competitive new Greenslip Rates on offer for Concrete Pump Trucks.