When: 17-18 August, 2017
Where: Misty Hills Conference Centre, Muldersdrift, Gauteng, South Africa
Concrete is changing and building techniques are too.
Come see how new advancements can improve your techniques and expand your product offering. Come contribute to our state of the industry forum and be heard!
This conference is aimed at…
Also find out…
- What’s new in concrete
- Latest techniques
- Learn from Case Studies on awarded concrete construction projects
- And listen to industry expert advice on concrete and construction matters
Why would you come to our Conference?
“Attending the conference is a professionally rewarding experience. There are two main reasons why you should attend the conference, one being that you get to socialise with colleagues from other companies and or institutions.
The second reason is that you get to attend presentations for the interest factor or for the latest innovation.
Coming to the conference you can also learn a lot by keeping an open mind, listening, and asking key questions.”
Loré de Bernier – Technical Secretary
The Concrete Conference is brought to you by the Concrete Industry Associations, ie:
SARMA is an acronym for the Southern African Ready-mix Association. This national body represents all the reputable ready-mix companies, and is also responsible for promoting the Ready-mix industry and establishing ready-mix as the preferred construction material.
In brief, SARMA’s purpose is to set standard and guidelines with regard to environmental, safety and quality issues. To be a member of SARMA these stringent policies must be met and adhered to. In addition, members are regularly audited against standards, which have been put in place.
The Concrete Institute (TCI) is a non-profit organisation that provides a comprehensive range of technical services in concrete to the construction industry through education, information and technical advisory services.
Established in 1972 and based in Gauteng, South Africa, the Concrete Manufacturers Association NPC (CMA), is a trade association which promotes factory-made precast concrete products.
The CMA lobbies for best-practice technical standards in the manufacture and application of precast concrete and promotes its members and their products as trusted market leaders.
For further information
For further information about The Concrete Conference, visit the Official Website.