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The Tilt-Up Convention and Expo is the premier gathering of the global tilt-up industry. As always, this year's event is designed to provide attendees with valuable education that can be applied directly to their next tilt-up job. Post-event surveys show 92% of attendees estimate they will save their company or clients at least $2,000 on their next project as a direct result of their attendance. 35% of respondents say they will save at least $5,000 and 17% say they will save more than $10,000 on their next project alone. Most importantly, well over 90% of attendees say they learned something at convention that will make their jobsite, or that of their client, safer. “If you do not learn something at Convention that will at least save you the cost of attendance on your next job, you were not listening!” - Laurence Smith, JW Lindsay

 

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Time and Cost Savings in Tilt-Up Panel Construction Through Improved Slab Techniques

October 10, 2024 from 7:00am to 8:00am US Mountain Time

Dave Flax

This seminar is dedicated to strategies for achieving higher-quality tilt-up panels by focusing on the foundational aspects of floor slab construction. We'll delve into how using concrete with reduced shrinkage for slabs results in fewer instances of cracking and curling, ensuring these common is...

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Tilt-Up 101: Part 1 - Intro to Tilt-Up

October 10, 2024 from 9:00am to 10:30am US Mountain Time

James R. Baty, II, FACI, FTCA

Part I - Intro to Tilt-Up presents the overview of tilt-up as a complete building system. This will demonstrate the many trends and solutions that establish the vernacular for an entire industry.

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Tilting Up Not Out (A Multi-Level Industrial Perspective)

October 10, 2024 from 10:00am to 11:00am Mountain Time

Craig Taylor

As land prices are skyrocketing in urban areas and the need for light industrial space close to city centers is increasing, multi-level industrial development is emerging as a prevalent new building typology. The economies of going up rather than spreading out are starting to make sense and the s...

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Tilt-Up 101: Part II - Building a Team

October 10, 2024 from 10:30am to 11:30am US Mountain Time

James R. Baty, II, FACI, FTCA

Part II - Building A Team sets the understanding of the roles that are available and required in order to be successful in the industry. Tilt-up is many respects a conversation as well as a practice and this presentation will define the key roles for the contractor and the variety of team interac...

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Robotic Construction Layout: Practical Applications and Expert Advice

October 10, 2024 from 11:00am to 12:00pm US Mountain Time

Robert Beck

Layout is a critical part of any successful tilt-up project and remains one of the leading skill shortages in the construction industry. The tech community has begun stepping up to bring the state of the art in positioning technologies to bear on this problem. In this session you will learn about...

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Tilt-Up 101: Part III - Start to Finish

October 10, 2024 from 11:30am to 1:00pm US Mountain Time

James R. Baty, II, FACI, FTCA

Part III - Start to Finish - Tilt-Up Construction is a timeline perspective of the construction process. This segment offers many of the fundamentals that are part of certification process for supervisors as well as identifying the detailed elements of the site to completed work that is a tilt-up...

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Engineering 101

October 10, 2024 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm US Mountain Time

Katt Price, PE

Dylan James, P.Eng.

This presentation will introduce participants to typical structural engineering designs and construction methods for tilt-up wall panels. The speaker will provide a brief history of tilt-up construction, explaining how panels were analyzed in the past and how codes have evolved to their current f...

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Staying Ahead of the Curve in 2025–2026

October 10, 2024 from 2:00pm to 3:00pm US Mountain Time

Connor Lokar

2024 has included a tapestry of conflicting economic trends, with some industries enjoying ongoing growth and others in overt recession. Manufacturing and much of the industrial portion of the economy experienced a mild recession, but that decline will soon give way to rise and additional opportu...

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What Happened? Now What? - Discussing Common Issues

October 10, 2024 from 3:00pm to 4:00pm US Mountain Time

Don Greive, PE

Nazir Khalfe, AIA, RIBA

Mark Reed

This seminar features a panel discussion on common issues in tilt-wall construction projects. The panel will include a structural engineer, architect, general contractor, and concrete subcontractor. Starting with predefined topics such as re-applying bondbreaker after rebar placement, brace remov...

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Repairing Cracks With Carbon Fiber Reinforcement

October 11, 2024 from 7:00am to 8:00am US Mountain Time

Marge Kaminski

This seminar will cover the history of carbon fiber and its applications in modern construction, focusing on crack repair. It will explore different types of carbon fiber reinforcement, such as straps, staples, grids, and stitching dogs or rods, and discuss their appropriate uses. Attendees will ...

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Chemical Sequencing and Best Practices for Tilt-up Construction

October 11, 2024 from 9:30am to 10:30am US Mountain Time

Derick Rainey

Are you an contractor, architect, or engineer involved in tilt-up construction? This session will discuss the function, application, and proper sequence of chemical products used in tilt-up construction. Understanding these chemicals is crucial to ensure high-quality panels, efficient methods, a...

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Strength & Innovation: Elevating Tilt-Up Construction Through Mix-Independent Concrete Technology

October 11, 2024 from 9:30am to 10:30am US Mountain Time

Icaro Mariani

Tilt-up construction sites move fast and balancing objectives for strength, durability, and quality control, all while accelerating project timelines can be tricky to engineer. This seminar explores the synergy between advanced concrete technologies and tilt-up construction methods. It delves int...

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ACI Slender Wall Design Provisions – Behind the Scenes

October 11, 2024 from 10:30am to 11:30am US Mountain Time

Trent Nagele, P.E., S.E.

The design provisions in ACI 318 Section 11.8 are used for a large majority of tilt-up wall designs. However, they are presented as an “alternate” design method and can often be somewhat of an enigma to new or even experienced designers. Based on the ACI 551.2R design guide updates cu...

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Lifting and Bracing Safety

October 11, 2024 from 10:30am to 11:30am US Mountain Time

Scott Collins, PE

Ensuring the safety of personnel and the structural integrity during the lifting and bracing of tilt-up panels is crucial. This seminar will cover essential aspects such as proper planning, equipment selection, rigging techniques, communication protocols, and emergency preparedness. By following ...

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Tilt-Up Chemicals and their Usage with Type 1L Cement

October 11, 2024 from 11:30am to 12:30pm US Mountain Time

Holly Jergens

This seminar explores the application of common tilt-up chemicals in projects utilizing Type 1L cement, examining whether it changes how products like cures, bondbreakers, densifiers, evaporation reducers, and finishing aids react or are used. It covers the impact of Type 1L cement on the timing ...

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Lift Day - Time, Money and Life-Saving Tips and Tricks

October 11, 2024 from 1:30pm to 3:00pm US Mountain Time

Barclay Gebel, FTCA

We all know that the big day on a tilt-up job is the day that panel lifting commences. It is also one of the most critical events in time where all safety practices and procedures are adhered to in order to assure everyone's well being, and to provide the customer with the confidence in you, as w...

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