Concrete pavements major projects database, Industrial pavements project report – joint system solution, Concrete supply to major road infrastructure projects, CCAA industry support, Vehicle detector loops, Curing compounds

Concrete pavements major projects database, Industrial pavements project report – joint system solution, Concrete supply to major road infrastructure projects, CCAA industry support, Vehicle detector loops, Curing compounds - ASCP Forum Sydney 25 Feb, 2019

ABOUT THIS FORUM
Picking up where RMS left off, ASCP has liberated and extended a list of concrete pavement major
projects to an online environment for access and editing. Project records extend as far back as 1975
and record key attributes of each project, such as type, contractor, year open and length. Justin
Moss will provide a preview of future availability, editing and reporting.
Martha Cove Boatyard has a 3,000sqm concrete hardstand area which will accommodate vehicular
traffic carrying loads in excess of 70 tonnes. Details of the 20mm PD3™ Plate Dowel Cradle which
provided a total contraction joint system solution will be presented by Kate Storer. Such dowel
cradles are suitable for shipping port and airport facilities.
Presentations by Hanson, Holcim and Boral will look at the challenges, logistics and outcomes
related to supplying large concrete volumes on major road infrastructure projects.
The placement of vehicle detector loops in continuously reinforced concrete pavements provides a
challenge. In this presentation, Eduardo Alcazar will look at how it was done on the WestConnex
New M5 project.
David Hocking is chair of the CCAA Australian Concrete Technical Committee and will discuss
matters related to industry support currently on this committee’s agenda.
The presentation on curing compounds by Steve Latham will detail the types of curing compounds
for concrete pavements, the importance of solids in the curing compounds, and the next generation
of resin curing membranes.
The ASCP 12th Annual General Meeting will be held during this Forum, immediately after lunch.
Members and non-members of ASCP are invited to attend.

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