The American Concrete Institute (ACI) introduced its 2015-2016 president, vice president, and four board members during The Concrete Convention and Exposition in Kansas City, Missouri, USA, this month.
The American Concrete Institute (ACI) has presented its Distinguished Achievement Award to Concrete Promotional Group, Inc., a 28 year old trade association that supports the local construction community in the use of quality concrete construction means
On Sunday, April 12, 2015, the American Concrete Institute (ACI) recognized over 100 professionals, groups, and companies for their outstanding contributions and dedication to ACI and the concrete industry.
The Concrete Joint Sustainability Initiative (CJSI) announced the appointment of Julie Buffenbarger as chair of CJSI. The coalition also elected James Toscas and Kevin Mlutkowski as vice chairs focusing on advocacy and operations, respectively.
The American Concrete Institute (ACI), announces the launch of ACI University—a global, online learning resource, providing on-demand access to a wide range of topics on concrete materials, design, and construction, appealing to everyone from testing...
The American Concrete Institute’s 2013 edition of Concrete Terminology doesn’t include a definition for the word constructibility. So let’s look first at a broad definition, then consider a definition that will work for concrete construction...
In today’s complex construction environment, as knowledge, experience and uses of structural concrete continues to grow, it is extremely important that all construction disciplines work in synergy with one another.
That is why the reorganized and...
The American Concrete Institute (ACI) announces the winners of its 2014 Mortar Workability Competition, and Egg Protection Device Competition. The competitions took place at the ACI Fall 2014 Convention in Washington DC, USA.
On Sunday, October 26, 2014, the American Concrete Institute (ACI) presents six awards and delivers the next presentation of the Katharine and Bryant Mather Commemorative Lecture Series during the ACI Fall 2014 Convention Opening Session.
The Residential Foundation Technician Certification Program establishes a credible third-party evaluation of the command of the major industry codes, standards and references for cast-in-place concrete foundation systems.
At the 2014 ACI Technical Activities Committee Summer Meeting, in Waimea, HI, two new ACI technical committees were formed — Committee 240, Natural Pozzolans, and Committee 241, Nanotechnology of Concrete.