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CNN Wire Staff, 2011, “Dual Quakes Rock Christchurch, New Zealand,” CNN. com, http://edition.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/asiapcf/06/12/new.zealand.quake. (last accessed April 20, 2016) Stuff Reporters, 2010, “7.1 Earthquake: Aftershock Damage,” stuff.co.nz, http:// www.stuff.co.nz/national/4098378/7-1-earthquake-Govt-gives-5-million. (last  accessed April 21, 2016) Williams, D., and Cowie, K., 2016, “Holcim (New Zealand) Ltd. - Cement Terminals Project,” The New Zealand Concrete Industry Conference 2015, Rotorua: The New Zealand Concrete Industry. THE OUTSTANDING INTERNATIONAL PROJECT Project Name Holcim Cement Market Supply Project (CMSP) Project Location Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand Shotcrete Contractor Domtec International* General Contractor Downer Group Architect/Engineer Chris Zweifel, ZZ Consulting Material Supplier/Manufacturer Lafarge Holcim* Project Owner Holcim New Zealand, Ltd. *Corporate Member of the American Shotcrete Association Benjamin Davis is the Vice President of Business Development at Domtec International, an industrial construction company specializing in insulated, reinforced concrete storage domes, typically storing dry bulk commodities such as grains and fertilizers, cement powder, wood pellets, and mining ores in quantities from approximately 5000 to 100,000+ tonnes. He has worked with leading global firms such as Lafarge, Holcim, Cemex, Italcementi, Votorantim, CalPortland, and Kinder Morgan. Davis has presented at Intercem, World of Coal Ash, American Shotcrete Association, and BioEnergy Conferences and his publications can be found in periodicals like World Cement, International Dry Cargo, and International Mining. He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and American Concrete Institute (ACI). Davis is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP BD+C) a credential awarded by the US Green Building Council (USGBC) to professionals with expertise in the design and construction phases of green buildings who pass rigorous testing and maintain on-going continuing education. He is also a Certified Green Professional, a credential from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). Davis received his master’s degree in construction management from Brigham Young University and his bachelor’s degree in public relations and business management from Utah State University. He was also an adjunct professor at BYU-Idaho. Grab your camera Working on an interesting shotcrete project? Proud of the work you shoot? TAKE A PICTURE! Take several! From beginning to end, photos add a lot to the story. If you have high-quality/print-resolution photos to support the work you do, you could enter your project for ASA’s Outstanding Shotcrete Project Awards Program. So start taking pictures today! www.Shotcrete.org/ASAOutstandingProjects 30 Shotcrete | Winter 2017 www.shotcrete.org


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