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      June 20, 2019

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      Building Materials & Construction Technologies Conference About Conference Conference Series warmly welcomes to all the experts in the field of Building Materials and Construction Technology, Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering, Urban Development, Architectural Engineering and related areas to attend its upcoming Euro Building Materials and Construction Technologies Conference (Building Materials-2019) to be held during June 20-21, 2019. Stockholm Sweden This European Building Materials Conference is based on the theme of how to commence new techniques for efficient structures and dwellings. Building Materials-2019 Conference will make the perfect platform to reunite the speakers, renowned speakers, Business persons, CEO ’s, across the sphere to most exciting and tremendous event, with interactive sessions, Poster Presentation, world-class Exhibition. To introduce a new, efficient, durable and economical materials in the construction field is the main motive of Euro Building Materials Conference 2019 for both the developed and developing countries.We look forward to seeing you in the Euro Building Materials and Construction Technologies Conference 2019 in Stockholm, Sweden Importance and Scope of Building Materials 2019:Building Materials play a vital role in the field of both construction and architecture. The site that has been selected and the surroundings of that particular site helps to determine the choice of the Building Materials built for that specific site. The idea of Building Materials defines the efficiency and durability of the material. The more durable the material is, the minimum is its chance of collapsion. The Building Materials used also has played a major role in the naming of the few monuments of the past. There was a time when a structure was built by a single Building Materials only due to its durability. With the change in time, technology has developed so much that different materials are used in different hooks and corners of the same structure. The field is developing and shall develop to a great extent so that there is a negligible chance of collapsion of that structure.  Why to Attend Both the architect and construction fields are mostly determined to improve the chemical and physical properties of the Building Materials, thereby increasing durability and structural efficiency of the material used. Therefore this is your opportunity to accomplish the greatest gathering of individual from the overall advancement undertakings. With the members from around the globe focused on learning about the new and efficient Building Materials and its properties. This Conference will provide the scope for students to meet and interact with the international speakers, professors, and CEO. This meeting joins all the masters, researchers from all the parts of Building Materials, Environmental Engineering, Architectural Engineering, Construction Engineering, Highway Engineering, Transportation Engineering and all such related arena.Benefits of attending: Exchange ideas with leading professors, project managers, researchers, Equipment Engineers, Lab Attenders and professionals from all across the globe Discuss the methods required to improve the quality control in the building materials. Discuss the ways to improve the chemical composition of the Building Materials which will, therefore, result in the strengthening and increase in durabilityParticipants can gain direct access to the listeners of professionals and decision-makers and also can increase the thoughts required to strengthen the future.  Who Should Attend Building Material Engineer Transportation Engineers Highway Engineer Safety Engineers Structural Professionals Earthquake Engineering Research Institutes Civil Engineers Lab Attenders Structural Engineers Environmental Engineers Professionals from Steel Structures Technical Staffs Concrete Technology Professionals Design of structures Professionals Advanced Construction Engineers Building Material manufacturers Quality Safety Management Quality Control Management Quality Assurance Engineer Scientific Sessions Track 1: Green Building Materials Green Buildings, also known as sustainable buildings mentions to both the structure and tender processes that are environmentally in charge and reserve capable throughout the life cycle of a building. This requires close collaboration of the contractor, the architects, the engineers at all project stages. The major environment benefits of the green buildings are that it reduces wastage of water, conserves natural resources, improves the quality of air and water, and also protects the biodiversity and ecosystem. Few green building materials that proves to be way better and economical than concrete are used in such a way that they prove to be the most energy conserving material in building industry.   Track 2: Building Materials Building Materials plays a vital role in the field of both construction and architecture engineering. The site that has been selected and the surroundings of that particular site helps to determine the choice of the building materials built for that specific site. The idea of Building Materials defines the efficiency and durability of the material. The more durable the material is, the minimum is its chance of collapsing.   Track 3: Construction Technology The prominence of construction technology   can be understood from the fact that civil engineers use construction technology and management to perform a wide range of functions. They plan, design, supervise and maintain a wide variety of building structures and facilities.   Track 4: Cracks in Building Cracks in building can occur due to changes in climate and temperature, environmental   stresses like earth quakes etc. Due to wrong method of construction, bad quality of materials, weather effects and lots of wear and tear can create cracks in walls, ceiling, floors. Therefore, more the durability properties of the materials, less will be the cracks in structures and dwellings.   Track 5: Environment & Equipment Engineering Environmental Engineering is the topic which helps to minimize and specially manage the waste, pollution, protection of the water, soil from other hazardous materials. Equipment Engineering analyses, maintains whereas also improves the various types of earthwork and mechanical equipments.   Track 6: Foundation Engineering The term “foundation engineering” is used to include the design of foundations for buildings and other structures and also for such non foundation problems as designs of retaining walls, bulkheads, cofferdams, tunnels, and earth dams, as well as the design of natural slopes, dewatering of soils, and stabilization of soils mechanically and chemically.   Track 7: Structural Analysis The process of Structure Analysis is simple in concepts but complex in details. It involves the analysis of a proposed structure to show that its resistance or strength will meet or exceed a reasonable expectation. The structure must perform its intended function safely over its useful life. It is advantageous over kinematic indeterminacy and static indeterminacy.    Track 8: Energy Conservation In the construction of a large number of buildings, neighbourhoods and even architectural zones which have been designed and constructed based on different concepts of energy efficient and environmentally friendly technologies. Energy consumption of buildings, which was not significant for the past, has become the dominant measure of the quality of the project. In the current days, all over the world is paying more attention to the problem of resource conservation on heating buildings and its efficient use. Saving energy is one of the most actual topics for today. Modern buildings and facilities have huge reserves to increase their thermal efficiency  . Track 9: Sustainable Construction Sustainable construction involves issues such as the design and management of buildings; materials performance; construction technology and processes; energy and resource efficiency in building,  operation and maintenance; robust products and technologies; long-term monitoring; adherence to ethical standards; socially-viable environments; stakeholder participation; occupational health and safety and working conditions; innovative financing models; improvement to existing contextual conditions; interdependencies of landscape, infrastructure, urban fabric and architecture; flexibility in building use, function and change; and the dissemination of knowledge in related academic, technical and social contexts.   Track 10: Metal Fabrication Metal fabrication is the building of metal structures by bending, cutting and assembling processes. It is an esteem included process that includes the production of machines, parts, and structures from different crude materials. A fab shop will offer on work, typically in view of the designing illustrations, and if granted the agreement will manufacture the item. Expensive fab shops will utilize a large number of significant worth included procedures in a single plant or office including welding, cutting, framing and machining. These extensive fab shops offer extra an incentive to their clients by constraining the requirement for obtaining faculty to find various sellers for various administrations. Metal creation occupations as a rule begin with shop illustrations including exact estimations, at that point move to the manufacture stage lastly to the establishment of the last undertaking.   Track 11: Design of Special Structures Strengthened cement is a composite material in which concrete's for the most part low inflexibility and pliability are killed by the consolidation of stronghold having higher versatility or adaptability. The fortification is typically, however not really, Steel strengthening bars (rebar) and is generally implanted latently in the solid before the solid sets. Fortifying plans are by and large intended to oppose malleable worries specifically districts of the solid that may cause unsuitable breaking and additionally auxiliary disappointment. Present day strengthened cement can contain fluctuated fortifying materials made of Steel, polymers or substitute composite material in conjunction with rebar or not. Strengthened cement may likewise be for all time worried (in pressure), in order to enhance the conduct of the last structure under working burdens. In the United States, the most widely recognized strategies for doing this are known as pre-tensioning and post-tensioning.   Track 12: Design Quality Quality Assurance and Quality Control are extremely important aspects of any engineering or construction project without which successful completion of the project can’t be imagined. Quality Assurance includes all those quality parameters or guidelines that would ensure that a project or a product meets it’s planned or targetted quality by it’s stakeholders or the producers. All the documents providing quality parameters or guidelines for that purpose are part of quality domain and are called QA documents.   Track 13: Advanced Construction Materials With the rapid growth of technology, it has been found that measures have been applied at its best to rebuild or recompose the materials such that it can be more efficient and durable with respect to the previous material and also should be economical. Topics such as pollution and other related area has initiated to make a change in the chemical properties too.   Track 14: Smart Structures Smart Structures offers the possibility to bout the circumstances for more than one optimal state thereby encircling functionality. Smart Structures are adept of distinguishing stimuli, replying to it, and relapsing to its original state after the stimuli is removed. Smart structures can resist usual misfortunes. Many distinct erections such as metals, tiles or polymers cannot satisfy all the needed technological demands. Therefore, there is an ongoing search for the new materials with the very newest, and especially improvised properties.     Track 15: Structural Designing A Structure can be defined as a figure which can  resist the practical load without substantial distortions. Civil engineering structures are created to serve some specific function like human habitation, transportation, bridges, storages a safe and economical way. It is concerned with the planning, designing and the construction of structure. Structure Analysis involves the determination of the force and displacements of the structure or components of a structure.   Track 16: Concrete Structures Design of Reinforced concrete structures is a basic design course in Building Material Engineering as well as for Civil Engineering. In this topic, basic elements governed by bending, shear, axial forces or combination of them are identified and are considered as building blocks of the whole structure.   Track 17: Modern Construction Systems and techniques Building materials account for 60% to 70% of the house construction cost in most developing countries of the world. Any economy in the cost of materials will go a long way in cutting down the overall construction costs which have risen sharply during the last few years. The increase in back log of housing , both in the rural and urban areas of the country, coupled with limited resources available with the government , makes it very necessary to have a close look at the performance of the traditional as well as new building materials developed. Though materials technology has made rapid advances in the past few years, engineers looking upon the availability of building materials for low cost housing have only a limited choice from the most common, traditional building materials such as soil, brick, stone, lime, gypsum, timber, concrete and steel.   Track 18: Urban Planning & Design Urban Planning can be described as a professional field concerned with the political and technical process of addressing people’s health and welfare in urban areas by controlling the use of land and designing the urban environment, such as transportation, natural environment and communication networks for the general good of the community. Performing site inspection and surveys, evaluating development and re-development plan for projects, assisting developers in obtaining permits, preparing plan charts etc are the main motives for the construction management and also for the civil engineers in the urban planning and designing.   Track 19: Sanitary & Ground Water Engineering Sanitary engineering is the application of engineering methods to improve sanitation of human communities, primarily by providing the removal and disposal of human waste, and in addition to the supply of safe potable water. Generally, sanitary engineers work for municipalities and are highly trained professionals with a diverse range of engineering skills. Some are involved with a specific area of concern such as waste collection or the maintenance of waste water facilities and storm water drainage systems within a district.   Track 20: Road & Railway Engineering Railway Engineering is a professional field in Transportation and Civil Engineering. Railways are extremely complex and expensive systems which are wholly planned for the effective passage of trains to transport people, freight and equipment. The incredibly advanced trains which use these rail networks are expensive vehicles and so a Railway Engineer is faced with different challenges to a Highway Engineer. Railway Engineers holds mechanical design services and knowledge of force methods that allows them to design train vessels. Railway Engineers are frequently on site, either supervising the rail system or in a ‘hands on’ capacity.   Track 21: Bridge & Tunnel Engineering The method is used to build the span and its physical obstacles without concluding the system beneath such as a bulk of water, valley, or road, for the determination of providing route over the obstacle. Tunneling is an alternative pathway excavated through the adjacent soil, earthwork, rock and enclosed except for entry and exit, commonly at the each ends.   Track 22: Construction Management Proper Management plays a vital role in each and every individual construction activity from the inception stage. It will be a challenging task to plan, monitor, construct and execute the project at various levels. The project manager will be the most responsible and crucial person to perform all the activities effectively within a specified time duration without compromising the quality aspect of the construction. Improper management, cheap construction techniques, poor quality construction materials, improper coordination among the people, unskilled manpower leads to the natural failure of any minor and mega level projects. Sometimes a small error in any stage of construction might cause the collapse of structure naturally   Track 23: Design For Deconstruction The ultimate goal of the design for deconstruction is to end the life of the building and also to minimize the construction of raw materials. This method implies to renovate the building materials and find ways to reuse them in other projects. By this system, the overall environmental impact can be reduced.   Track 24: Human Factors In Technology Development And Use Human factors in design refers to the aesthetic products that influence the design of system and the environment. Understanding the relationship between people, objects and their environment is very important when human factors are to be considered in design   Track 25: Engineering disasters Shortcuts in engineering design can cause to engineering disasters. Engineering is the science and technology used to fulfill the needs and demand of the society. These demands includes buildings, aircrafts, vessels and computer software. In order to meet society’s demands, the creation of newer technology and infrastructure must be met efficiently and cost effectively. To accomplish this, the managers and engineers have to have a mutual approach to the specified demand at hand. This can lead to shortcuts in engineering design to reduce the cost of construction and fabrication. These shortcuts can lead to unexpected design failure.   Track 26: Building Planning and Drawing Any structure for whatsoever purpose and of whatsoever materials constructed and every part thereof whether used as human habitation or not and includes foundation, plinth, walls, floors, roofs, chimneys, plumbing and building services, fixed platforms, verandah, balcony, cornice or projection, part of a building or anything affixed thereto or any wall enclosing or intended to enclose any land or space and signs and outdoor display structures. OCM for Building Materials Series Conferences Organizing Committee Ioanna Moumtzidou Structural Engineer UNIVERSITY OF SURREY UK Biography A highly motivated structural engineer with 3 years’ experience in the construction industry in UK and with good working knowledge of UK and European codes of practice. Specialising predominantly in the alteration of existing projects and in the development of new with a particular focus on environmental impact and sustainability. A hard working engineer with high level understanding of working to budgets and timelines. Structural Engineer in the field of Design of foundations, beams, columns. Attending meetings and competently communicate with Clients, Contractors. Applying personal technical knowledge and experience to the development. Setting out Project works in accordance with Drawings & Specification. Designing framed and unframed structures for mainly residential builds. Projects include timber and steel structures for residential buildings and sheds as per most recent British Standards and Eurocodes. Models and associated reports were created in softwares such as TEKLA Structural Designer and CADS Analyse 3D, while simpler calculations were done using Superbeam, TEKLA Tedds and CADS Smart Engineer and drawings using AutoCAD. Doing hand calculations for beams, frames and foundations. Iraj H.P. Mamaghani Associate Professor University of North Dakota USA Biography Iraj H.P. Mamaghani is an Associate Professor in Civil and Environmental engineering department at University of North Dakota. He received his Ph.D. in structural engineering from Nagoya University, Japan in 1996. Among other awards, he received Evaluation of Self-Consolidating Concrete (SCC) for Use in North Dakota Transportation Projects: Sponsoring Agency: North Dakota Department of Transportation, Application of Sealing Agents in Concrete Durability of Infrastructure Systems. Sponsoring Agency: North Dakota Department of Transportation, Total: $47,450, 7/2005–4/2007. Jamal Khatib Professor University of Wolverhampton United Kingdom Biography Jamal Khatib, BEng, MEng(Sc), PhD, CEng, FICE, FHEA, EUR ING, PG.Cert. Ed, PG.Cert. PjtMgt, Cert. EnvMgt, MEPC, MOIA, is presently Professor of Civil Engineering (Sustainable Construction Materials), Faculty of Science and Engineering at the University of Wolverhampton (UoW) - UK. His academic career began in 1987 as a Research Student/Assistant/Fellow, at the University of Aberdeen. In 1994 he moved to take another Research Fellow post at the University of Glamorgan (now University of South Wales) until 1997. He then took a permanent position as a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Civil Engineering at Sheffield Hallam University (SHU). During that time and due to research collaboration with IMUST-China, he was awarded the title of Honorary Professor in 2001. After 9 years at SHU, he moved to the University of Wolverhampton (UoW) as a Reader in Civil Engineering and became a Professor in July12. In 2010, he achieved the Chartered Engineer status of the Institution of Civil Engineer (ICE). Areas of research specialism include a number of sustainable construction materials themes: a) use variety of waste materials in the production of construction/structural materials, b) novel construction materials (e.g. metakaolin), c) concrete subjected to harsh environments, d) lightweight and self-compacting concrete and e) behaviour of structural materials. Prof Khatib was one of the early UK researchers who conducted research on metakaolin as partial substitution of cement and his publications in this areahave been extensively cited.According to the ISI Web of Science and Scopus Prof Khatib has an H-index of 16 and 19 respectively. Microsoft Academic classified Prof Khatib as one of the top authors in cement with a G-Index of 18 J Many papers were rankedas the top 25 articles. The products of his extensive research activities have been comprehensively disseminated through: ~ 400 refereed academic journal & conference papers; text books, research seminars and workshops; articles, features in the construction press and others. He acts as a reviewer to over 70 international refereed journals, book publishers and others. He sits on the technical committees of many international research conferences. He is an Editorial Board member of four academic Journals and an Associate Editor for the Journal of Emerging Trend in Engineering & Applied Sciences. Prof Khatib was a submitting staff member for the RAE/REF 1996 (Glam), 2001 (SHU) and 2008 & 2014 (UoW). Prof Khatib is a recipient of research funding from the European Union (EU), the British Council, The Institution of Structural Engineers and the Royal Society. He established strong research links with Universities across the world; China, Algeria, India, Turkey; Nigeria, Kazakhstan, Iraq, Ukraine, US, Canada, France, Finland, Portugal, Slovenia, South Africa, Austria & Australia. Biljana Scepanovic Associate Professor University of Montenegro Montenegro Biography Biljana Šćepanović, Dr-Ing, associate professor of the University of Montenegro, has focused her research work, as well as engineering expertise in the domain of steel, timber and aluminium structures. She has reach experience in modelling of patch loaded steel girders, with special emphasis on the case of eccentric patch load and its analysis by both experimental and numerical methods. Prof. Šćepanović realised most of her research work at the University of Montenegro, where she also has successful teaching career, and at the University of Granada. Her teaching and research experience have been enriched by several study visits at European universities, as a visiting researcher and/or teacher. Hassan Baaj Associate Professor University of Waterloo,Canada United States Biography Dr. Hassan Baaj is an Associate Professor at the University of Waterloo. He is the Norman W. McLeod Professor in Pavement Materials and the Director of the Centre for Pavement and Transportation Technology. Dr. Baaj has about 20 years of experience in pavement materials and design in Europe and North America both in the private sector and academia. He is Professional Engineer in Quebec and Ontario and member of several scientific and technical organizations. Hassan Baaj obtained his PhD from the Institut National des Sciences Appliquées in Lyon, France. He was then awarded with a postdoctoral fellowship at the Institute for Research in Construction at the National Research Council in Canada where he worked for a year. Hassan then joined the road construction industry in 2003 with Sintra in Québec (Colas Canada). During the next five years, he had the opportunity to lead and participate in several innovative projects in the roads industry and was in charge of several collaborations with the Ministry of Transportation Québec, municipalities, and a number of universities in Canada and abroad. In 2008, he joined Lafarge in France and took over the responsibility of the Research and Development (R&D) activities of the company in the area of Infrastructure Engineering at the Lafarge Research Center (LCR). He is interested in research topics related to sustainable pavement materials, self-healing materials, constitutive modelling of the behavior of construction materials, Life-Cycle Analysis and mechanistic pavement design. Sunday Onyebuchi Nwaubani Associate Professor University of the Witwatersrand South Africa Biography Prof S Nwaubani has for many years been involved in research training and guidance of graduate and postgraduate students. His research is broadly concerned with sustainability issues in construction including the use of waste materials to produce novel materials with enhanced properties that contribute to achieve resource efficiency. His main expertise is in assessing the properties, durability and microstructure of construction materials. Main areas of interest include High strength and high performance concrete; blended cements produced using natural, artificial and other materials (including industrial wastes) as replacements for cement in concrete; corrosion of rebar and corrosion inhibition in reinforced concrete; use of surface treatment materials in general; durability of surface-treated stone and concrete structures; polymer modified concrete. Other areas include structural analysis and infrastructural health assessment & monitoring. His success in what he does is evidenced by a substantial body of works (over 100 publications) published in reputable journals and presented in national and international conferences. He has contributed to the writing of two books; supervised 12 PhD projects to completion and carried out several consultancy works for the Civil Engineering industry. Prof Nwaubani currently serves as member of the editorial/Technical review and Organising committees of several reputable Journals and international conferences. Yeong-Bin Yang Honorary Dean of Civil Engineering Chongqing University China Biography Professor Y. B. Yang received his Ph.D. degree from Cornell University in 1984. He is a member of Chinese Academy of Engineering and foreign member of Austrian Academy of Sciences. Currently, he is Honorary Dean of Civil Engineering, Chongqing University, Professor Emeritus of National Taiwan University (NTU) and Distinguished Chair Professor of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Also, he is an Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Structural Stability and Dynamics, President of Asian-Pacific Association of Computational Mechanics (APACM), and Chairman of East Asia-Pacific Conference on Structural Engineering and Construction (EASEC). Previously, he was President of National Yunlin University of Science and Technology and NTU Dean of Engineering. His areas of expertise include structural nonlinear theory and analysis, vehicle-bridge interaction dynamics, and train-induced wave propagation. Bolanle Ikotun Senior Lecturer at Department of Civil and Chemical Engineering University of South Africa South Africa Biography Bolanle Deborah Ikotun is a researcher and an associate professor in Civil Engineering department, University of South Africa. She has DIng, MSc (Eng) and B.Eng degrees in Civil Engineering from the University of Johannesburg, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa and The Federal University of Technology Akure, Nigeria respectively. Her research interests are in concrete composite optimization, concrete mechanical and durability properties testing, concrete quality optimization techniques and investigation of extenders, industrial waste and agricultural wastes as they affect mortar and concrete properties. She has authored and co-authored articles in peer-reviewed conference proceedings and reputable journals. She has served as a reviewer for reputable journals and presently supervising postgraduate students. She is a recipient of many academic awards, which includes the Resilience in research award presented by the University of South Africa (UNISA). She has served as an organising committee member for two international conferences. She is a member of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Concrete Society of Southern Africa (CSSA) and an Associate Member of South African institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE). Marina Bock Lecturer in Civil Engineering University of Wolverhampton United Kingdom Biography Dr Marina Bock is a Lecturer in Civil Engineering in the School of Architecture and Built Environment at the University of Wolverhampton engaged in teaching and research activities since 2017. Marina Bock completed her studies in Civil Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Barcelona in 2010, where she also started working as a PhD researcher. After completing her PhD in Structural Engineering in 2015, she moved to the UK as a structural engineer for AECOM and carried out inspection, assessment and design of various structures. She has also acquired industry experience working for Tata Steel R&D in the Structural Design and Integrity group leading research projects to develop steel products for residential applications and investigating the structural response of honeycomb sandwich panels. Her principal research interests, in respect of which she has co-authored more than 10 journal articles and conference contributions, lie in the areas of structural testing, numerical modelling and the development of design approaches for steel and stainless steel structures. She has been involved in European and national funded research projects that have led to valuable contributions for designing with steel alloys. Marina received a Special Award by the Polytechnic University of Catalonia in 2017 for her research contributions. Marina Bock is also a general member of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE). Konstantinos Daniel Tsavdaridis Associate Professor of Structural Engineering School of Civil Engineering UK Biography Dr Konstantinos Daniel Tsavdaridis joined the School of Civil Engineering at the University of Leeds in 2012 and promoted to Associate Professor of Structural Engineering in 2015. Since 2012, he has led the Steel and Steel-Concrete Composite (SCC) Structures research group and since 2017 he is leading the Materials and Structures research theme within the School of Civil Engineering. Dr Tsavdaridis is internationally known through large-scale experiments in the field of structural engineering - more particularly for his work on perforated steel beams and he is holding a few international patents. Some of his research outcomes are widely used by the design and construction industries in a number of applications such as sensitive structures and smart buildings. He has published somewhat 100 scientific articles, journal publications, technical reports and international conference papers. In 2013, he was core member and co-investigator of the successful EPSRC Strategic Equipment Grant proposal for establishing a Multi-Axial Dynamic Shaking Table testing facility at the University of Leeds Liping Wang Assistant Professor University of Wyoming United States Please contact the event manager Marilyn ( ) below for:- Multiple participant discounts- Price quotations or visa invitation letters- Payment by alternate channels (PayPal, check, Western Union, wire transfers etc)- Event sponsorshipsNO REFUNDS ALLOWED ON REGISTRATIONSService fees included in this listing.-----------------------------------------------------------------This event is brought to you by:Conference Series - NewYorkEventsListhttp://www.NyEventsList.comhttp://www.BostonEventsList.com MYL180626UPA MYL180802UPA

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