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Concrete Day on the Hill brings a Huge Crowd

The Alabama Concrete Industries Association (ACIA) held its Second Annual ‘Concrete Day on the Hill’ on Thursday, March 6. More than 35 legislators and 40 association members were in attendance, a 40% increase from last year. The event was held at the RSA tower plaza, and began with a presentation by John Sorrell, president of ACIA, on current issues in the legislature affecting the industry. […]

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ACIF Scholarships Awarded

For more than 20 years, the Alabama Concrete Industries Foundation has awarded scholarships to students enrolled in building science, engineering or architecture at our state‚Äôs universities. Since 1993, we have awarded 40 scholarships totaling nearly $200,000, and since 2006 the foundation has given away two $8,000 scholarships annually. Currently, these awards are the largest amounts in construction related scholarships in the state. At our 2014 […]

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Membership Survey now available online

Your opinion is important to us, and we ask that you please take a few minutes to fill out our 2014 membership survey. All submissions are anonymous, so please be thorough and honest in your responses. We look forward to your feedback! To complete the survey, click here.

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AU Raptor Center gets New Walkway

A collaborative effort between Auburn University and construction professionals will allow visitors to the Southeastern Raptor Center to have better and safer viewing of birds of prey from an environmentally friendly walkway. Students in a Structures III class taught by Michael Hein, a professor in the McWhorter School of Building Science, working with Auburn Facilities Division and private contractors, prepared the site and placed the […]

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ConcreteWorks presents ‘A Day of Concrete Knowledge’

The Alabama Concrete Association’s “A Day of Concrete Knowledge” in Birmingham and Huntsville was a huge success. More than 120 architects and engineers attended, and the program provided valuable education on concrete and masonry concrete topics. All participants received eight hours of HSW approved education credits, and certificates were issued at the end of each course. All proceeds went to either the Alabama Concrete Industries […]

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