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Join the ICE West Midlands Coventry and Warwickshire Branch for technical presentations by speakers across the industry on recent research towards net zero in concrete.

event-location
Coventry, United Kingdom
Date
15 July 2024
Time
17:00 - 19:30 BST (GMT+1)
Hybrid

Discover strategies for managing concrete construction in hot climates. Learn about the impact of high temperatures on concrete properties, challenges like thermal cracking, and effective pour planning techniques. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance project outcomes and durability in Saudi Arabia…

In person

The ICE Early Careers Network West Midlands (ECN WM) are excited to host the regions first High Early Strength Concrete Cube Competition, hosted by the University of Wolverhampton and sponsored by Mott Macdonald.

In person

The ICE Early Careers Network East Midlands (ECN EM) are excited to host the regions first High Early Strength Concrete Cube Competition, hosted by the University of Nottingham and sponsored by Morgan Sindall Group.

In person

Geopolymer Concrete (GC) is an innovative cement-free material that uses industrial by-products and waste materials as replacements for cement. The primary objective of this research is to provide a viable alternative technology using locally available sustainable materials to replace cement, sand, …

The new Low Carbon Concrete Routemap – the culmination of more than two years of work by the Green Construction Board’s Low Carbon Concrete Group (LCCG) – was launched in 2022.

Date
08 December 2023
Online

Unlocking sustainability: geopolymer concrete's strength and environmental edge. Dive into eco-friendly construction with high-strength alternatives - explore cementitious materials' impact and harnessing of geopolymer concrete's potential for a greener future.

Online

Hear one of our Emerging Engineer finalists, Maxime Van Crombrugge, speak on his research focusing on the feasibility of using laterite and rice husk ash as affordable and alternative construction materials in concrete roof tiles.

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