The CONCRETE Times • March 2019
UK CONCRETE SHOW 2019 - SEMINAR PROGRAM
THE UK CONCRETE SHOW 2019 - seminar program
Methods for Waste Water pH Adjustment.
Their speaker will be Tom Whitesmith, Siltbuster’s regional
technical sales engineer for Wales and Northern Ireland.
Water that comes into contact with freshly exposed
or poured concrete has a strongly alkaline pH (circa 13)
and Tom will examine the legal and financial implications
of this and the treatment options available.
2.30pm on day 2 sees the return of Command Alkon, this
time for a standalone presentation entitled:
Game Changer: Realtime slump measurement during
transport, where speaker Rob Piosil will discuss the
introduction of a ‘game changer’ within the concrete industry,
a real-time measurement of concrete slump
At 13.45pm on day 1, the show welcomes John Grant, of
decorative concrete specialists, PICS (Pattern Imprinted
Concrete Supplies Ltd) who will present:
Evolving Decorative Concrete – Flair, Care and
The varied nature of decorative concrete installations has
never been so great, so this session should inform and excite
anyone who loves concrete as a medium, for anything
other than fifty shades of grey.
10.30 on day 2, sees specialist CAD company Pinnacle
Infotech present their seminar with a working title:
BIM overcomes concrete challenges
To be presented by Regional Director, David Brown (RIBA),
the presentation will showcase how BIM work overcoming
challenges of detailing slab work on grade area, fixing
shop drawing standard & more.
As this show edition is printed in early March, please visit
to the show website regularly during the weeks leading
up to the show, 2015, as we expect session and speaker
details to be continuously updated and possibly new
sessions to be added.
There can also be cancellations or timing changes, so if
you are travelling to the show on a specific day just to
attend a specific seminar(s), please do not assume that
because you have seen it promoted herein at a given date
or time, that this cannot change in the meantime.
Speakers can fall ill, have sudden scheduling conflicts or
suffer from travel delays leaving us with no choice but to
make scheduling changes.
The theatre is a 70 seat area but there is standing room
outside (the auditorium is not enclosed). Places cannot be
reserved, they are available on a first-come, first seated
Every session will feature a Q & A of approximately 15
minutes duration after the presentation.
We very much hope you will enjoy the UKCS 2019.