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Interested in sponsoring ACI’s Free Online Education Presentations? For more information on this opportunity please contact Kim Spillane at Kim.Spillane@concrete.org or +1.248.848.3197
ACI has over 170 online learning opportunities on a variety of concrete related topics
On-Demand Course: Assessment and Surface Preparation of Concrete Surfaces for Protective Systems
On-Demand Course: Constructability Series: Coordination and Completeness of Structural Construction Documents
On-Demand Course: Constructability Series: On-site Testing and Inspection
On-Demand Course: Curing: Finish the Construction
On-Demand Course: Durability—How Do We Measure It?
On-Demand Course: Electrical Methods for Evaluating Mass Transport Properties of Concrete
On-Demand Course: Evaluation of Concrete Structures
On-Demand Course: Getting to the Core of Core Testing
On-Demand Course: Innovation in Concrete Construction: Performance-Based Testing of Fresh Concrete
On-Demand Course: Load Testing of Existing Concrete Structures (Part 1)