Source: American Concrete Institute, Farmington Hills, Mich. The American Concrete Institute Building Officials Webinar Series begins November 8 with “Fundamentals of Quality Concrete,” covering basic materials and the essentials of designing and controlling mixtures for a wide variety of applications and exposures. The series will focus on topics the International Code Council has approved for building officials to earn professional…Read More
Source: American Concrete Institute Foundation, Farmington Hills, Mich.
In lieu of a customary in-person gathering, the ACI Foundation will stage the Strategic Development Council Technology Forum 48 through August 25 and 27 webinars, each featuring four 30-minute presentations. The Forum will be presented free of charge, but separate registration is required for each presentation; participants will have the option of requesting a PDH certificate for self-reported credit. Registration, agenda and additional SDC Technology Forum 48 details can be obtained at www.ConcreteSDC.org.Read More
Sources: Slag Cement Association, Farmington Hills, Mich.; CP staff
The Slag Cement Association has enlisted producer member representatives to address supplementary cementitious materials’ effect on concrete carbon aspects and durability during four summer webinars, each running 1-2 p.m. EST. and offered free of charge:Read More
Source: American Concrete Institute, Farmington Hills, Mich.
The American Concrete Institute’s Presidents Series of webinars debuts February 7 with “ACI 318: What’s in Your Spec?” William E. Rushing Jr., P.E., FACI, will discuss the importance of specifications in realizing designer intentions for the concrete being placed and constructed.Read More
Sources: Clark Pacific, West Sacramento, Calif.; CP staff
Leading West Coast architectural and structural precast producer Clark Pacific has teamed with the U.S. Resiliency Council, a non-profit organization that aims to establish building resilient ratings, to offer a complimentary webinar series for architects, engineers and building owners.Read More