The Estonian Concrete Association together with Tallinn University of Applied Sciences will organize the traditional Concrete Technology Day on 18 October at Tallinn University of Applied Sciences. The program includes five exciting presentations and the announcement of the Concrete Friend 2023. The moderator of the day will be Jüri Tamm, a lecturer at Tallinn University of Applied Sciences
12.00 Opening speeches - Anti Hamburg, Tallinn University of Applied Sciences; Jürgen Einpaul, Estonian Concrete Association
12:10 New members of the Estonian Concrete Association
12.20 Brevik CCS: the world's first CO₂-capture facility at a cement plant (presentation in English) - Vetle Houg, Heidelberg Materials
13.00 Steelike UHPC - Redefining Strength, Durability and Usability of concrete by William Kulish (presentation in English) - William Kulish, Steelike, Inc
14:00 Coffee break in the III floor lobby
14.40 Award - Friend of Concrete 2023
14.50 Quality control of reinforced concrete structures using natural atmospheric radiation - Andi Hektor, GScan OÜ
15.50 Concrete shrinking. CO₂ saving. (presentation in English) - Andrius Karpauskas, PP Baltic
16.30 The Estonian Concrete Building of the Year 2022 - Järve Towers; Martin Aunin, architect; Jaanus Olop, designer
17:10 Summary of the Technology Day
To register, please fill in the participation form by 12 October and email it to the address .
Participants will receive 4.0 further training points from the Estonian Civil Engineers Association.
The participation fee is 115 euros. For members of the Estonian Concrete Association 85 euros. Free attendance for full-time students and lecturers of universities. 20% VAT is added to the price.
An exhibition by the Estonian Concrete Association is displayed in the hall's lobby.
For more information call 648 1918, 50 36650 or send and e-mail to: , www.betoon.org