Concrete Institute of Australia's Biennial National Conference

Concrete in Practice – Progress through  Knowledge

8-11 September 2019, Sydney, Australia

 

Concrete Institute of Australia's Biennial National Conference

Concrete in Practice – Progress through  Knowledge

8-11 September 2019, Sydney, Australia

 

Concrete Institute of Australia's Biennial National Conference

Concrete in Practice – Progress through  Knowledge

8-11 September 2019, Sydney, Australia

 

Abstract submissions now open!

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Key Dates

Abstracts submission open: Now open!
Abstracts submission close: 1 December 2018
Abstract author notifications and full paper submission open: 31 January 2019
Full paper author notifications: 30 May 2019
Registration Open – Super Early bird: 7 October 2018
Conference Dates: 8-11 September 2019

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Welcome to Concrete 2019

On behalf of the organising and technical committees, we would like to invite you to join us for Concrete 2019, the 29th Biennial National Conference of the Concrete Institute of Australia in Sydney, Australia.  

Concrete 2019 will be held from 8th to 11th  September 2019, and will focus on the theme Concrete in Practice – Progress through Knowledge. The conference is dedicated to bringing together global leaders in the concrete industry, covering all aspects of concrete in practice through materials, design, construction, repair, and maintenance, and learning how increased knowledge has seen the industry progress through research, innovation, and know-how.  The conference will offer participants from all around the world the opportunity to connect face to face, sharing innovative and interesting ideas with a wide variety of industry experts in the world class facilities of the International Convention Centre Sydney in Darling Harbour . 

Being held in the harbour city of Sydney, Concrete 2019 offers delegates and partners a magnificent opportunity to not only enjoy the vibrancy of Australia’s largest city, but to also admire some of the landmark concrete structures the city has. Three of these – the Sydney Opera House, the Anzac Bridge, and the Gladesville Bridge – form part of the Concrete 2019 logo.

The multidisciplinary theme of Concrete 2019 will provide an excellent forum for networking and education, and an opportunity to meet and interact with practitioners, engineers, scientists, researchers, academics, practitioners and professionals, from Australia and overseas. Whether you attend technical sessions, sit in on committee meetings, or network with friends and colleagues, this conference will provide you with ample opportunity for professional growth.

On behalf of the Organising Committee, we look forward to meeting you at Concrete 2019 in Sydney, Australia.

Daksh Baweja and Warren South
Concrete 2019 Co-Chairs