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Aviva Stadium

Lansdowne Rd

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The execution of concrete structures requires careful planning, resourcing and procedures to ensure quality is maintained throughout the process. In this technical seminar we will aim to provide practical guidance for those involved in the management and oversight of concrete related construction work. Our experienced panel of speaker’s will outline some of the key factors to be considered and our discussion over lunch will offer delegates a relaxed forum for Q&A.


Who Should Attend

This seminar has been designed for all those in mid to senior level positions. Contracts managers, project managers and site engineers will all find this seminar very beneficial. Clerk of works, resident engineers, consulting engineers and client representatives will also benefit from attending.


Seminar Content and Speakers

Session chair: Mr Ken Aherne, Regional Director of John Sisk and Son and past Chairman of the Irish Concrete Society

Dealing with risk - Mr Brendan D'Arcy, Quality Manager, Walls Construction | (applying risk-based thinking to the execution of concrete structures)

Planning - Mr Thomas Burke, National Concrete Technical Manager, Roadstone | (effective engagement, weather, logistical and material considerations)

Pre-pour - Mr Victor O’Shea, Senior Contracts Manager, John Sisk and Son | (quality control procedures, pre-pour inspection regimes and record keeping)

Case study: Things can go wrong: part 1 - Mr Tony Binns, Consultant | (examples of what can happen when good guidance is not followed)

Placement - TBC | (concrete acceptance, the delivery docket, moving / placing and compacting concrete)

Post-pour - Mr Roy Wolfe, Senior Project Manager, John Paul Construction | (post-pour inspections, curing & protection, striking formwork, making good and finishing)

Identity testing - Mr Barry Gilroy, Area Manager, Mattest | (what it is, why it is done, when it is performed, procedures overview, assessment of results)

Case study: Things can go wrong: part 2 - Mr Tony Binns, Consultant | (examples of what can happen when good guidance is not followed)

Panel Q & A and discussion over lunch

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