Missouri University of Science and Technology will host the annual Missouri Concrete Conference March 31-April 1 in the Havener Center on campus. Conference registration is $140 per person.
Conference topics will include admixtures for industrial floors, aggregate quality issues, recycled concrete aggregate, adding water at the jobsite, hot and cold weather concreting, accelerated bridge construction, durability testing via concrete resistivity, MITscan for dowel location, air-launched GPR, steel fibers in flared ends, MoDOT’s new readymix QC/QA specifications, practical aggregate grading optimization, incompatibility and unexpected concrete performance, concrete pavement preservation, concrete overlays, concrete intersection inlay/reconstruction projects, practical use of maturity testing, high early strength mixtures, roller compacted concrete projects, the special inspection process, and innovations with Poplar Street Bridge overlay.
Certificates to document Professional Development Hours will be provided.
The conference will be of interest to contractors, public agencies, consulting engineers, testing labs, aggregate producers, equipment technical representatives, and ready mix, cement and admixture suppliers.
Additional information, including a complete listing of presentations, is available online at concrete.mst.edu.
For registration information, contact Missouri S&T’s office of distance and continuing education at 573-341-6576 or email@example.com.
For technical information, contact Dr. David Richardson, associate professor of civil, architectural and environmental engineering at Missouri S&T, at 573-341-4487 or firstname.lastname@example.org.