February 11, 2016
9:00am - 11:00am @ New York Athletic Club
59th & 7th Avenue - 180 Central Park South
Concrete can provide a service life of over 100 years when properly designed, batched and constructed. Many projects, in particular for the transportation infrastructure, require concrete to be designed and built for a service life of 100+ year. Estimating concrete service life, is a somewhat new requirement to the concrete industry, but of great importance. Our speakers will share their methodologies for estimating, designing and constructing concrete structures to provide a service life in excess of 100 years.
Moderator: Cas Bognacki, PE, Chief of Materials Engineering, The Port Authority of NY & NJ
- Paul G. Tourney, PE, President, Tourney Consulting Group
- Peter Elza ,Service Life and Sustainability Manager, Parsons Infrastructure Business Unit
- Oscar R. Antommattei, PE, Senior Concrete Engineer, Kiewit Corporation
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