Concrete University resumes in January

We are excited to announce our first Concrete University webinar of 2021, “Reducing Joints in Slabs on Grade.” Reducing joints in a slab not only contribute to longer lasting concrete but create a safer working environment for contractors and occupants. They also significantly reduce the cost associated with maintenance of the joints. The program will explore advancements in concrete technology that allow a designer to significantly reduce or eliminate joint spacing on the slab. The program will also review case studies from around the country where the technology has been utilized.

About the Instructor

Dr. Marc Rached is a senior structural engineer at Master Builders Solutions US LLC. In this role, he serves as a technical resource to design professionals and end-users of the company’s products and specialty concrete technologies. Prior to joining MBS, he worked as a structural engineer in Michigan where he designed several industrial and commercial structures for Ford, GM, BMW, and others. Dr. Rached obtained his PhD and MS in civil engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.

About the Program

“Reducing Joints in Slabs on Grade”
January 28, 2021
1 PM – 2 PM
Course Number: JE2021
Provider Number: G240
1 LU/HSW or 1 PDH

Certificates will be issued to all attendees and hours will be submitted to AIA for architects who provide their AIA number.

There is no charge to attend, but you must register.

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