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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
347-04 Guide to Formwork for Concrete (Chapter 2) Design
On-Demand Course: As-Cast Concrete Finishes: Specifications, Defects, and Repairs—What is a Surface Defect?
On-Demand Course: Constructability - The Key to a Successful Project – Collaboration between the Engineer and the Contractor
On-Demand Course: Contractor's Guide: Formwork
On-Demand Course: Failures Related to Concrete Volume Change and Restraint
On-Demand Course: Guide to Formwork for Concrete: Chapter 4 Design
On-Demand Course: Reshoring and Early-Age Building Behavior
On-Demand Course: Shoring and Reshoring for Multistory Concrete Buildings
On-Demand Course: Troubleshooting Concrete Forming and Shoring
On-Demand Course: Troubleshooting Concrete Forming and Shoring: Form Removal and Tolerances
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