Concrete Design Handbook 4th edition
National seminar seriesOrganized by the Cement Association of Canada
After attending this seminar, participants will be able to:
|Registration fee (after September 11, 2017)||$349 + tax|
|Group registration fee per participant (3 or more participants per company)||$319 + tax|
|Student registration fee (limited number of places)||$119 + tax|
The registration fee includes breakfast, lunch, refreshment breaks, seminar handout material and the opportunity to interact with renowned experts in the field. Applicable taxes extra.
Participants are encouraged to bring a copy of the Concrete Design Handbook 4th Edition to the seminar, which can be purchased online through Orderline. Please note that the Handbook will not be available for purchase at the seminar. Please also note that the presentations will be delivered in English.
Registration fees are transferable but non-refundable.
Richard McGrath, P. Eng., FCSCE, FACI is the Director Codes and Standards / Engineered Structures at the Cement Association of Canada. With over 30 years’ experience, Mr. McGrath is a member of numerous CSA Technical Committees and currently chairs the CSA A23.3 Standard, Design of Concrete Structures. He also represents the cement and concrete industry on the National Building Code of Canada where he is a member of the Standing Committees on Structural Design and Fire Safety.
Hélène Dutrisac, M. Eng., MBA, P. Eng. is a Codes and Standards Engineer at the Cement Association of Canada with 15+ years combined public and private sector experience in structural and earthquake engineering including analysis, design, field review, project management, codes and standards development and regulatory enforcement. Ms. Dutrisac has been a member of the NBCC Standing Committee on Earthquake Design since 2009 and is also a member of several structural related CSA design standard Technical Committees, including CSA A23.3.
Denis Mitchell, Ph.D., P.Eng. is a James McGill Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at McGill University. His research interest focuses on the behaviour and design of reinforced and prestressed concrete structures. Dr. Mitchell is a member and former chair of the CSA A23.3 Technical Committee. He is also an active member of several CSA design standard and ACI Technical Committees as well as a member of the NBCC Standing Committee on Earthquake Design.