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Reinforced concrete repairs, webinar

  • Webinar
  • Online
  • 07 October 2020
  • 13:00 - 14:00
Reinforced concrete repairs, webinar

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Join ICE Hereford and Worcester for a webinar focusing on the importance of reinforced concrete, one of the most frequently used materials in civil engineering.

This presentation will explain why it can be vulnerable to degradation, corrosion, why this can cause serious problems, as well as how it can be prevented and how to plan a repair programme.

During this webinar, the presenters will highlight why it is vital for civil engineers to understand the cause of corrosion in order to efficiently produce an effective repair and identify how that repair needs to be undertaken. They will also explain the importance of finding the actual cause of why concrete is not meeting the expectations and that failing to do so could result in the structure being compromised during the repair process.


Dr Chris Atkins, FICE FICorr

Chris is a Technical Principal at Mott MacDonald and has spent his entire working career trying to manage corrosion; from identifying causes, predicting future consequences, and developing repair strategies. He is Vice Chair of the Concrete Bridge Development Group and Chair of the technical committee of the Structural Concrete Alliance.

Keith Barrow BSc (Hons)

Keith is a civil engineer and currently a Regional Director at Volkerlaser, the largest contractor operating in the structural repair market. He has been involved in the structural repair market for 30 years and has held a position on the Concrete Repair Association Executive Committee for 15 years, was serving as Chair and Chair from 2012 to 2016.


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United Kingdom

For more information please contact:

Magda Baldwin

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