International Structural Waterproofing Conference
9 Aug 2018
Date: 13th September 2018
Location: The Slate, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7SH
This will be the third annual PCA Structural Waterproofing conference, which will take place at The Slate, University of Warwick, Coventry.
All with an interest in structural waterproofing are invited to attend, including PCA members, non-members, contractors, surveyors, lawyers, public authorities and academics alike to benefit from valuable insights across a range of topics from a packed programme of knowledgeable speakers.
The conference is open to all - both PCA members and non-members alike.
||Welcome and introduction to the conference - Stephen Hodgson, CEO PCA
||Session 1 “Best practice in basement design and construction”
||Session 1 introduction from Session Chair - Cormac Rooney, MJ Rooney Construction
||The Royal Albert Hall: An architects view of structural waterproofing - Kevin Kelly, Building Design Partnership
||Failures in basement waterproofing - Mark Separovic, NHBC
||The benefit of a waterproofing specialist from a warranty perspective - Richard Smith, MD Insurance
||An introduction to the liability and professional risks market and what happens when a job fails - Ian Mahony, Astute Insurance & Mark Wookey, Davies Casualty
||Session 2 “Innovation/new ways of looking at waterproofing”
||Session 2 introduction from Session Chair - Emily Walker, Walker Waterproofing
||Waterproof concrete: crack width or additives - Ben Hickman, Property Care Consultants
||Predictive maintenance in below ground structures: First year experience - Ian Davis, PPS
||Specifying sustainability in waterproofing - Richard Crossley, Newton Waterproofing Systems
||Session 3 “Design considerations”
||Session 3 introduction from Session Chair - TBC
||Designers view of deep underground structures - Gordon Sprouse, Fosroc
||Stepney Green Running Tunnels, SE London - Andrew Walker, Walker Waterproofing
||BS 8102 v BS 8576 Top Trumps - John Naylor, GGS
||What lies beneath? - Rob Withers, ASUC
||Panel Debate Chair: James Berry, PCA
||Introduction from Panel Debate Chair
||“Do you think BS 8102 should be revised?
The Concrete Centre Members
The Basements Infomation Cenctre Members
There will also be a Pre-Conference Dinner on the evening of 12th September and will cost £27.50 +VAT per head.
Book your place today
Simply complete the relevant form below and return your form by e-mail to Sue@property-care.org or by post to the PCA offices in Huntingdon.
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