Aggregates are crucial materials especially for concrete used in the construction industry. In Singapore, the import of construction materials is regulated by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA).
As part of BCA’s regulations, potential quarries have to be surveyed and aggregates have to undego tests such as petrography analysis, mortar bar test, chloride and sulphate content test. Importers whose products fail to meet BCA’s specifications will face serious losses if their aggregates are rejected.
The aim of this half day workshop [ PDF 543 kB ] is to help participants to better understand site survey, aggregate hand sample examination, petrographic examination, mortar bar test, chloride and sulphate content tests, as well as their main procedures. In addition, this workshop will also provide an overview on the identifying of deleterious aggregates.
14th August (Friday)
9.00 am - 12.40 pm
1 Science Park Drive, PSB Building
1) Normal registration fee
Workshop fee of S$150 per person (excluding 7% GST) if registration and/or payment is received by 3rd August 2015.
2) Group discount fee
Workshop fee of S$120 per person (excluding 7% GST) for at least 3-5 participants from the same organization to register by 3rd August 2015.
For more information, please click here for the outline. [ PDF 543 kB ]
To reserve a space, please submit your details using the online form as below. You may also contact Mr. Jude Lee at Tel: +65 6885 1301, HP: +65 9879 8591 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you and we look forward to your participation.