Issue 39 – June 2012
The Christchurch earthquakes sequence in 2010 – 2011 has critically highlighted the mismatch between societal expectations over the reality of seismic performance of modern buildings.
The New Zealand Concrete Society (NZCS) is running seminars in June 2012 to discuss motivations, issues, and cost-effective engineering solutions to design reinforced concrete buildings capable of sustaining low-levels of damage and thus limited business interruption after a moderate to severe event.
- Christchurch: Wednesday 20 June 2012
- Wellington: Thursday 21 June 2012
- Auckland: Thursday 28 June 2012
→ Read the attached Damage control design seminar brochure [PDF 764 KB] for more information
→ Email email@example.com to register or for more information
Summarised from information provided by the New Zealand Concrete Society.