The American Concrete Institute has professional and student chapters located throughout the world. Membership and participation in a local chapter can be extremely rewarding in gaining technical knowledge, expanding personal and professional networks, and developing leadership skills. 

Local chapter membership is made up of a diverse blend of architects, engineers, consultants, contractors, educators, material suppliers, equipment suppliers, owners, and students—in other words, anyone interested in learning more about or advancing concrete technology. Many ACI members initially became involved through participation in their local chapter.

In addition to educational and networking events, chapters host ACI conventions, sponsor certification examination sessions, educational seminars, project award programs, and social events with the ultimate goal of advancing concrete knowledge and creating a local concrete community.

For more information about Chapter Activities, contact John Conn.

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Chapter Activities Committee

The Chapter Activities Committee (CAC) advises the Board of Direction on strategies, policies and programs related to Chapters and Chapter relationships with ACI consistent with the objectives outlined in the Institute’s Strategic Plan.

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