Source: American Concrete Institute, Farmington Hills, Mich.
Engineers, contractors, educators, manufacturers, and suppliers will muster at the ACI Concrete Convention in Orlando, March 27-31, to collaborate on concrete codes, specifications, and practices. Technical and educational sessions will provide attendees with the latest research, case studies, best practices, and the opportunity to earn Professional Development Hours. Select programming will also be available live or on-demand to those who participate virtually.
“The ACI Concrete Convention provides a unique opportunity for industry leaders to share their latest concrete research and developments with an engaged, global audience,” says Executive Vice President Ronald Burg, P.E. “Whether they are joining us in-person in Orlando or virtually from their home or office, attendees can actively participate in advancing the concrete industry.”
The ACI Concrete Convention showcases companies, projects, research, and offers numerous networking events where participants can expect to meet with many of the industry’s leading professionals. Technical and educational sessions will be presented live with on-demand viewing available afterwards, providing substantial opportunity to advance knowledge. The sessions will be available to those that registered for the in-person ACI Concrete Convention or those that register for the ACI Concrete Convention’s Virtual Technical Sessions. All technical sessions will be presented virtually through the convention platform and available for on-demand viewing after live premiers.
Throughout the convention, ACI will hold over 300 committee meetings, 45-plus technical sessions, an industry trade exhibition, and networking events. Registration is open online, with two options: 1) full in-person programming and meetings in Orlando with on-demand access to recordings, and 2) livestreamed virtual sessions only for attendees who choose remote participation, with on-demand access to recordings. Discounted rates apply through February 13. — www.aciconvention.org