Success on our latest CPD Seminar on The Inspection, Diagnostic Testing & Reporting on Buildings and Structures

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Last Thursday, the 8th of November of 2012, The Concrete & Corrosion Consultancy Practice Ltd hosted a half day CPD Seminar on The Inspection, Diagnostic Testing & Reporting on Buildings and Structures, at the Union Jack Club, Waterloo Conference Centre, London.

The half day seminar consisted of 3 presentations, with speakers & topics such as:

Nigel Cox, The Concrete & Corrosion Consultancy Practice on The Inspection, Diagnostic Testing & Reporting on Buildings and Structures.

Ashley Palmer, Remmers Systems on The Application of Specialist Concrete Repair and Protection Systems + BS EN 1504.

Nigel Davison, Concrete Preservation Technologies Ltd on Methods of Cathodic Protection to Reinforced Concrete.

The seminar was fully booked, and we got such a great attendance. The feedback from the attendees was very satisfactory, with comments such as:

“Thank you firstly to you and the team for hosting the day and allowing our attendance. I think we both found the event most informative and well worth the time away from the office”.

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“Many thanks for  putting together this very useful seminar. I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was really good to meet you all”.

At the Concrete & Corrosion Consultancy Practice  we had a really good day and we are very looking forward for our next CPD seminars both in-house or in convenient venues around the UK.

Following seminars will be hosted in Scotland, Leeds, Manchester and Birmingham. If you would like to get further information or to book your place, please contact us at marina.jmunoz@concorr.co.uk or via telephone at 012 2745 2200.

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