Concrete University continues in February
The ACIA is pleased to be offering two Concrete University programs during the month of February. The first program, “Importance of Concrete Durability in Design” will explore strategies to improve the durability and life cycle of your concrete slab or structure. Topics to be covered include strategies to minimize corrosion, decreasing permeability of the concrete, and reduce shrinkage cracking of the slab. The program will be presented by Jason Wimberly, P.E., Engineering Services, GCP Applied Technologies.
The second program for the month will be “Designing for Moisture Protection in Concrete Masonry Walls.” The program will address the effect of water ingress on masonry structures, material components of a water-repellent masonry wall, designing a water repellent masonry wall system, and the importance of proper job-site practices and workmanship. The program will be presented by Craig Walloch, Vice President – Technical Support and Education, ACM Chemistries.
February 17, 2021
The Importance of Concrete Durability in Design
Instructor: Jason Wimberly, PE GCP Applied Technologies
Program Number: CDD2021
Provider Number: G240
The program will provided 1 HR of LUs or PDH. (Applied for HSW)
February 24, 2021
Designing for Moisture Protection in Concrete Masonry Walls
Instructor: Craig Walloch, Vice President – Technical Support and Education, ACM Chemistries.
Program Number: AIAMASONRY
Provider Number: J694
The program will provided 1 HR of LU/HSW or PDH.