THENG - Mississippi River Bridge Project Luncheon & Forum

Thursday, January 23 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM | Room S219, South Hall, Las Vegas Convention Center « Back

The editors of THE CONCRETE PRODUCER, CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION & PUBLIC WORKS will host the first annual Concrete Triad Award Presentation, Luncheon & Forum during the 2014 World of Concrete on Thursday, January 23, 11:30 am to 1:30 pm.

This event will highlight a project chosen to receive The Concrete Triad Award – selected by the editorial staff. The honoree is an infrastructure project completed within the twelve months preceding World of Concrete. The project showcases architectural design, sustainability and contractor ingenuity on a significant public works concrete structure located in North America.

This luncheon/forum is an industry networking event. While the content provided in the presentation may be technical in nature, the forum is focused on idea exchange. The setting, topic selection and presentations are designed to provide the attendees a unique opportunity to share concerns and opportunities on current topics affecting the concrete repair and maintenance industry. The information and ideas developed in this forum will become part of the Concrete Construction and Public Works web site.

This year’s Triad Showcase project is the St. Louis New Mississippi River Bridge.
 
Speakers/topics for this event:

- Randy Hittt, PE, MRB Deputy Project Director- Missouri DOT; “Decisions Engineers and Architects Make When Planning a New Structure”
- Tom Tavernaro, Massman Construction; “Constructing the Piers of the Mississippi River Bridge”
- Mark Luther, Sr., Technical Service Engineer, Holcim (US) Inc; “Optimizing Material Designs for the Bridge Project”

Mississippi River Bridge Luncheon & Forum Fee: $70; $90 after 12/2/13 and onsite; $60 with a Master Certificate Super Pass.

Photo courtesy of Missouri DOT.


Event Type: Editorial Events, Luncheons & Tours > Session


 

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