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Founded in 1904 and headquartered in Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA, the American Concrete Institute is a leading authority and resource worldwide for the development and distribution of consensus-based standards, technical resources, educational programs, and proven expertise for individuals and organizations involved in concrete design, construction, and materials, who share a commitment to pursuing the best use of concrete.
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Student Competition participants at The Concrete Convention and Exposition
As a student or young professional in the concrete industry, wouldn’t it be great to access the knowledge of experts who have worked in the industry for years? Now you can.
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ACI staff meet with Builders Association of India representatives.
ACI staff recently traveled to India as part of a global effort to share technology with and learn from other concrete organizations.
Chapter Officers at the recent Training and Roundtable at ACI Headquarters
The recent Chapter Training and Roundtable provided an opportunity to exchange ideas with other chapters and ACI staff, update chapters on ACI’s activities, and assist in the development of chapter officers.
Cooling a Concrete Truck
As the weather heats up, concrete construction professionals start to think about hot weather concreting strategies. Hot weather concreting can be a challenge – make your next hot weather concreting project a success by taking advantage of ACI’s learning tools.
Participants practicing overhead installation
ACI’s “Train-the-Administrator” program arrives in Canada and South America to assist in launching Adhesive Anchor Installer Certification Program.
Explore this area of the website to learn about the numerous resources and programs ACI offers for Educators and Researchers.
From membership to continuing education to some of the industry’s most-used publications, ACI has resources for engineers around the world.
ACI offers numerous certifications, training programs, workbooks, web sessions, and technical resources specifically designed for concrete contractors.
Learn about how ACI can impact your career and the industry, with free or discounted access for students to ACI resources and services.
July 1 2015 Addressing Grand Challenges
July 1 2015 ACI 318-14 Seminars: Learning Made Easy
June 25 2015 What I Wish I Knew
June 23 2015 American Concrete Institute Announces Fall ACI 318-14 Building Code Seminar Dates and New Online Delivery through ACI University
June 22 2015 American Concrete Institute Announces ACI Documents Available in China
June 18 2015 American Concrete Institute Staff Member Recognized as Rising Leader
June 11 2015 ACI Leaders Present at the 2015 Women in Concrete Forum
June 10 2015 Strengthening Global Alliances
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Rehabilitation of Structure with Reinforcement Section Loss (Webinar)
Rehabilitation of Structure with Reinforcement Section Loss (Webinar) [10-pack]
Introduction to the New ACI 122R-14: Guide to Thermal Properties of Concrete and Masonry Systems (Webinar)
Introduction to the New ACI 122R-14: Guide to Thermal Properties of Concrete and Masonry Systems (Webinar)[10-pack]
ACI 318-14: "Reorganized for Design" Online Code Course
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Fall 2015, Constructibility
November 8-12 | Denver, CO
April 17-21 | Milwaukee, WI
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2014 edition completely reorganized for greater ease of use -- Now Available
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The American Concrete Institute (ACI) is a leading authority and resource worldwide for the development and distribution of consensus-based standards, technical resources, educational programs, and proven expertise for individuals and organizations involved in concrete design, construction, and materials, who share a commitment to pursuing the best use of concrete.