This year's Concrete Technology Day will be held on the 20th of October at the Tallinn University of Applied Sciences (Pärnu mnt 62). It is the 16th time for the Estonian Concrete Association and Tallinn University of Applied Sciences to organise the event. The moderator of the event will be Jüri Tamm, a lecturer at Tallinn University of Applied Sciences.
12.00 Opening speech
12.10 Construction of tunnels without disrupting rail traffic, Robert Sinikas, TREV-2 Grupp, Project Manager
12.50 Alkali-aggregate reactions in concrete. Martti Kiisa, Tallinn University of Applied Sciences, professor
Award: Concrete Friend 2021
13.40 Coffee break in the lobby of floor IV
14.40 Results of the Õismäe concrete road test section survey. Ain Kendra, T-Konsult, konsultant
15.10 An Efficient, Economic and Sustainable way of connection precast concrete elements (in English) Trond Erik Skarshaug, Executive Director Espen Lundman Solberg, Sales Director, Invisible Connections
16.10 The joint study and accommodation building of the Narva Study Centre of the Estonian Academy of Security Sciences and the University of Tartu Narva College. Peeter Tambu, Chief City Architect of Narva, adviser to the Academy of Internal Affairs
16.40 Summary of the Technology Day
Participants will receive 3.9 points of in-service training for the Estonian Civil Engineers Association.
Please submit your registration form by 14 October at the latest via e-mail to email@example.com. Download the registration form here.
Digital COVID Certificate is required to attend the event.
The participation fee is 75 euros. For members of the Estonian Concrete Association 50 euros. Free attendance for full-time students and lecturers of universities. 20% VAT is added to the price.
For more information call 648 1918 or 50 36650
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.betoon.org
Source: Estonian Concrete Association