North America’s largest concrete industry trade show has assembled an educational track specifically for the unique informational needs of civil and structural engineers. World of Concrete’s Engineering Day on Thursday, Feb. 5 includes:
3-Hour or 90-Minute morning seminars:
[TH09] Concrete Mix Design Part II: Adjusting with Aggregates and Admixtures
[TH13] Advanced Concrete Repair for Contractors & Engineers—Structural Distress, Assessment & Solutions
[TH117] Avoid Problems with a Proper Pre-Slab Meeting
[TH129] ACI 318-2014 Requirements for Materials and Construction
[TH135] Building Quality Weather-Resistant Masonry Walls
[TH140] Value-Added Construction with ICF (Insulating Concrete Forms) Modules
90-Minute afternoon seminars:
[TH124] Proven Techniques for Quality Concrete Placement & Consolidation
[TH130] Concrete Pavement Design for Engineers
[TH136] Preventative Maintenance, Problem Diagnosis and Repair of Modern Masonry
Association Industry Training:
[ACPATH] Concrete Pipe and Box Culvert Design & Installation Course
[ACMATH] GFRP Rebar in Reinforced Structures Training Course
Pervious Concrete Field Projects
Architectural Praxis 2.0: Project challenges, differences, and industry standards
Luncheons & Forums:
[THENG] Building Successful Public Projects through Innovation, Sustainability, & Leadership on Thursday, Feb. 5, 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m.
This event provides the opportunity to share insights into how innovation, sustainability, and leadership can result in success on public projects. This year’s program focuses on projects that used portland-limestone cement. One outstanding project, selected to receive the 2015 Triad Award, will be reviewed. Sign up today to reserve your seat.
For more information on events and seminars, including dates and times, visit www.worldofconcrete.com. If interested in attending WOC seminars, please contact Bonnie King at firstname.lastname@example.org.