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Join us on Wednesday 25th September 2019 in Central London to learn about how sustainable materials are being used to overcome Civil Engineering and Construction challenges.

A focus on sustainability

With new and more complex challenges in the design and construction of infrastructure and a continual need to find environmentally friendly alternatives to traditional building materials, the industry as a whole is changing.

This seminar will focus on some of these challenges and how sustainable materials are being used to overcome them. The event will also provide an opportunity to learn about some of the sustainable materials utilised in the construction and civil engineering sectors.

Confirmed speakers include:

Alternative Cements and Engineered Cementitious Composite
Raman Mangabhai, BSc (Hons), MRSC, CChem, MICT, FIMMM, MCS, Institute of Concrete Technology.

High Density Concrete design case studies: LINAC Bunkers and London based shaft project
Jim Fleming, Technical Director, Fairhurst

Gypsol Anhydrite Screed: a simple and sustainable flooring solution
Alan Jackson, Technical Specifications Manager, LKAB Minerals

Concrete: friend or foe?
Richard Day, Head of Technical Services, The Concrete Society

Magnetite Concrete as a sustainable Civil Engineering solution
Richard Hunt, Sales Manager Magnetite, LKAB Minerals

Specifying, designing, producing and supplying Heavyweight Concrete from the perspective of a Readymix Concrete Producer.
Jack Sindhu PGDip, MCS, MICT, Technical Manager, Capital Concrete

The use of GGBS in sustainable Concrete
Steve Handscomb, Commercial Director GGBS & Gypsol, LKAB Minerals

Creating sustainable Concrete with Admixtures
Ian Ellis, Technical Services Manager – Admixture Systems UK & Ireland, BASF

Sustainability and LKAB
Mark Moriarty, Sales Manager Magnetite, LKAB Minerals

You can find the full agenda as a downloadable PDF hereafter:

Seminar details

The seminar will run from 9.30am – 3.30pm and include a light lunch with networking opportunity.

We are asking for a small fee of £5 per space, which will be donated to Macmillan Cancer Support, one of the largest British charities providing specialist health care, information and financial support to people affected by cancer.

To guarantee your space, follow the link below. We look forward to meeting you on the day.

To register your interest in the event, click here.