CCE has been rescheduled to May 18-19, 2022
May 18-19, 2022 | The International Centre, Toronto, Canada
Title Sponsor: Procore Master Builders Solutions
Conference Sessions

Architectural Shotcrete – Creativity, Efficiency, Sustainability and Economy in Concrete

Date & Time: Thursday May 19, 2022
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9:45 am
Duration: 50 minutes
Location: Phoenix Room B
Registration: $50 + tax
Description:

This seminar will give the owner, architect, engineer, project specifier, field inspector, and general contractors an overview on how shotcrete can allow flexibility and creativity in a variety of architectural and structural concrete applications. Shotcrete inherently has all the durability of concrete and allows efficient construction of curved or complex shapes that are difficult and costly to produce with traditional concrete forming and casting methods. The session will provide a basic overview of the shotcrete process, cover the design, specifying and detailing considerations for shotcrete placement of architectural and structural applications. We will further explain how the shotcrete process has significant sustainability benefits when compared to traditional form-and-pour concrete placement. We will also discuss achieving quality and durability of shotcrete addressing field inspection, specific placement techniques, nozzleman certifications, and contractor qualifications. We will wrap up with a discussion of ASA programs for shotcrete nozzlemen, inspectors, and contractor as well as providing a listing of appropriate references and resources on the creative use of shotcrete.

Presented by:
Charles Hanskat
Charles Hanskat, Executive/Technical Director, American Shotcrete Association
Charles Hanskat, P.E., is a Fellow member of the American Concrete Institute, American Society of Civil Engineers, and the Florida Engineering Society. He is Executive/Technical Director of the American Shotcrete Association. He holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Florida and has been a licensed professional engineer for over 40 years. Hanskat has been involved in the design, construction, evaluation, and repair of environmental concrete, marine, building and shotcrete structures throughout his career. Hanskat is active in developing codes and standards from many professional and technical engineering societies including ACI, ASTM, AREMA, and ICRI.
Sponsored by:
American Shotcrete Association