27 October 202109:00 - 10:00 BST
An in-depth look into the recent innovations and advancement in structural strengthening, with specific focus on High Performance Concrete (HPC), and the Mapei HPC System.
The topics covered during this webinar will include, but is not limited to:
What is HPC? ‘Terminology’
Where is it used, and what is it used for?
Design framework and materials classification
Case studies – a selection of projects
Paul has worked at Mapei for the past 10 years, previously working for 23 years at BASF. He has been involved with concrete repair for the past 42 years and composites for the past 18 years. Paul also sits on 2 of the Concrete Society’s regional groups in the North West and the Midlands, as well as being a member and executive of the Structural Concrete Alliance and Concrete Repair Association.
Structural strengthening specialist for Mapei, Simone provides technical assistance to designers, addressing engineering issues and proposing innovative solutions for using composite materials such as fibre-reinforced polymer (FRP), fibre-reinforced grout (FRG), and fibre-reinforced high-performance cementitious concrete (FRHPCC), for a wide range of civil and structural engineering applications such as buildings and bridges.
Mapei is the world-leading manufacturer of adhesives and chemical building products. Mapei offer a complete range of products and solutions, developed to meet sophisticated design requirements for new constructions.
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