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Concrete In Australia : March 2008
www.cmaa.com.au www.concreteinstitute.com.au WATER SENSITIVE URBAN DESIGN Permeable Concrete Segmental Pavements Introducing Hydraulic and Structural Pavement Software SPEAKERS ? Alan Pearson BE MBA FIEAust CPEng Executive Director, Concrete Masonry Association of Australia. A Fellow of the Institution of Engineers of Australia, Alan is a graduate in Civil Engineering from the University of New South Wales. ? David Pezzaniti BEng MIEAust Technical Manager, Centre for Water Services and Systems, University of South Australia. Senior Research Engineer specialising in water conservation and reuse. His research interests include: harvesting, treatment and reuse at all catchment scales; Integrated Institutional Frameworks; infiltration systems; irrigation systems and continuous simulation modelling for reuse. His expertise also extends to grey water reuse, hydrology and runoff pollution control. Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Attendance may be credited towards Engineers Australia and other organisations’ CPD requirements. (Engineers Australia members are required to undertake a minimum 150 hours of equivalent CPD every three years.) ? David Smith Technical Director, ICPI - USA Having helped launch the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI) in 1993, David Smith’s experience with segmental concrete pavements reaches back to 1977. He has authored many technical papers, publications, books and manuals, including one on permeable pavements. Permeable pavements are one of the fastest growing sustainable pavements in the US and Canada. ? Dr Brian Shackel Visiting Professor Civil and Environmental Engineering UNSW - BEng(Civil), MEngSc in Highway Engineering, PhD. He has lectured on pavement engineering in some 23 countries worldwide and is author of many learned technical papers. His book on Concrete Block Pavements has been republished in both Japanese and German editions. Dr Shackel also developed the LOCKPAVE ? concrete segmental pavement design software, now used and licensed in Australia, Europe, USA, Africa, Japan and Asia. REGISTRATION (Please return 7 days prior to the event to Concrete Institute of Australia) I wish to attend the seminar and/or workshop on: ? Friday 7 March 2008 ? Tuesday 11 March 2008 Sydney Melbourne Name: Company: Address: Postcode: Telephone: Please tick a box ? Seminar Only ? Workshop Only ? Seminar and Workshop ? Cheque for $ ........................ is enclosed ? Charge $ ........................ to Card Number: _ _ _ _/ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/ _ _ _ _/ / Expiry date: ? Visa ? MasterCard (no Amex or Diners) Cardholder’s name: Signature: Registration fees must be paid prior to the event or at the event. Cancellations less than a week before the event will not be subject to a refund. All fees are GST inclusive – tax invoices provided on request. Concrete Institute of Australia PO Box 3157 Rhodes NSW 2138 62 Concrete in Australia Vol 34 No 1 E-mail:email@example.com Phone: (02) 9736 2955 Fax: (02) 9736 2639 Fax: E-mail: $200 $200 $300 Each registrant will receive the PERMPAVE/LOCKPAVE package included in the registration fee (RRP $100) ? Thursday 13 March 2008 Brisbane ? Monday 17 March 2008 Cairns