Dr Rupert. J. Myers, from Imperial College London, spoke on the topic “Relevance of the Circular Economy in Decarbonising Construction”. The seminar is hosted via a hybrid online-cum-F@F platform” with an online participation of over 30 pax and a physical attendance of over 50 pax. Photographs taken during the event is shown in the Photo Gallery.
Dear Members, We are pleased to invite to you to following SCI event
Dear Members: SCI Supports WCFS2019: SINGAPORE World Conference on Floating Solutions, 22-23 April 2019 Venue: Faculty of Engineering, National University of Singapore, Singapore You can download the flyer from here: WCFS2019_Flyer.pdf
Dear Members, SCI is supporting Organization for GAFT, The Green and Advance Flooring Technologies Event in Vietnam On 16th and 17th July 2018. This is a very useful event and you are encouraged to attend. Please download the flyer hereGAFT_Eventhe t_Information_English_.pdf you can download registration form from here GAFT_Event_Registration_Form_English_.pdf
This Seminar aims to present the specific nature of Calcium. Aluminate Cement (CAC) and the Engineering properties of CAC based concretes. A special focus is made to explain the exceptional durability of CAC concrete exposed to H2S biogenic corrosion in sewers. The relevant standards will also be reviewed. Examples of actual projects made with CAC concrete are presented.
DATE: 17th November 2017
TIME: 8:30 am to 1:00 pm
Venue: Suntec City Guild
House | 3 Temasek
Tower 5) #02 – 401/402
Please download the flyer here SCI_CAC_event_final.pdf
ONE DAY SCI TRAINING COURSE ON REPAIR MATERIALS AND METHODS DATE: 6th OCTOBER 2017TIME: 9 am to 6 pm VENUE:Singapore Polytechnic,LT4A Please download the flyer from SCI_Repair_Traning2.pdf
SCI proudly support 42nd Conference on OUR WORLD IN CONCRETE & STRUCTURES.
23-25 August 2017
Goodwood Park Hotel, Singapore
Theme: “Sustainable and Resilient World in Concrete”
For more information, please visit: http://www.cipremier.com/page.php?813
SINGAPORE CONCRETE INSTITUTE (SCI)
A One Day Symposium titled
Effects of Sea-Water in Concrete
Date: 30th September 2016 (Friday)
Time: 9.30am – 5.00pm (Registration starts at 9.00am)
Venue: Lecture Theatre (LT4A) Singapore Polytechnic
500 Dover Road
PDU Points: Pending
1. To disseminate knowledge and technical development on the subject matter.
2. Speakers will share on different aspects such as properties and durability of concrete
when sea-water is used.
3. The effects of sea-water on concrete structures are also given.
Supported by the following Institutions:
The supporting organizations are:
National University of Singapore
Land Transport Authority
Please download the flyer here JCI_SCI_Seminar_Effects_of_Sea_water_in_Concrete_010816.pdf
The Ready-Mixed Concrete Association of Singapore
with the support of the Building & Construction Authority
The Workshop will be of importance and interest to the ready-mixed and precast concrete manufacturers, concrete technologists, contractors, consulting engineers and researchers.
The various issues to be presented are listed in the programme.
Dr C T Tam, a well-known professional engineer who specialises on concrete research and consultancy will lead the Workshop with the Introductory Lecture on the Role of EN and SS standards in Sustainable Concrete. Other prominent professionals and researchers will present their findings and amongst them include:
-Prof C S Poon, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong Research activities on recycled aggregate concrete at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
-Dr Sabet D Bahador, EnGro Corporation Limited, Singapore. Toward sustainable concrete: Specifying and achieving economical high strength and durable concrete.
-Mr David Ball, David Ball Inc, United Kingdom. The advantages of High Sustainability Concrete for a low carbon future.
Venue-Goodwood Park Hotel, Singapore
-presentation of tokens of appreciation and certificates of participation.
Enquiry and Registration:
To Ms Peggy L P Teo, Secretariat, RMCAS Workshop
No formal registration form is required, just send an e-Registration, giving the following details: