Sessions & Events

 

All sessions and events take place in Central Daylight Time (CDT).
All events take place at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans.

On-demand sessions will be available for viewing in the convention platform/event app under "On-Demand Content" within 24-48 hours of the session premiere. Please note, on-demand sessions are not available for CEU credit. *Denotes on-demand content.


Convention Highlights

Sunday, March 24, 2024


5:59 AM - 6:00 AM

Moderator: Mr Richard Yelton

Concrete construction has played an important part in New Orleans’s economic development. Two iconic structures exemplify how this versatile material has provided the city with sustainable and resilient resources. In this one-hour mini-session, Committee 120 History has invited two local concrete experts who will lead an interactive experience describing how concrete producers, contractors, and design professionals worked to create two important structures. Discover how to adopt concrete technologies to shape essential structures. Learn how concrete structures in New Orleans have fostered sustainable city development.Identify how concrete construction designs and construction methods have evolved in New Orleans.Discuss the importance of documenting concrete in history, which can provide insights into a sustainable future.


8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Moderators: Dr John J Myers, Dr Abdeldjelil Belarbi

This session is one of 14 sessions that form the 16th Fiber Reinforced Polymer Reinforced Concrete Structures (FRPRCS-16) Symposium. It is co-sponsored by ACI Committee 440 and the International Institute for FRP in Construction (IIFC) for the purpose of advancing the understanding and application of FRP composites in civil infrastructure to serve the engineering profession and society. FRPRCS was first held in conjunction with the ACI 1993 Spring convention in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Since 1993, FRPRCS has evolved into a prestigious and reputable international conference that has been held 15 times including 5 times in conjunction with ACI: British Columbia, Canada (1993); Baltimore (1999); Kansas City (2005); Tampa (2011); and Anaheim (2017).

This session will focus on the latest developments in the behavior and design of prestressed concrete structures using FRP systems.

Learning Objectives:
(1) Describe the deflection behavior of beams prestressed with bonded FRP tendons and how experimental test results relates to various deflection models;
(2) Recognize how bonded and unbonded CFRP prestressed tendons (hybrid tendons) affect flexural behavior;
(3) Explain how FRP may be applied in the rehabilitation of prestressed concrete girder bridges and how CFRP bridge tendons have been performing after 18 years in service;
(4) Develop a greater understanding of how smooth CFRP bars behave in inverted reinforced concrete t-beams.

This session has been approved by AIA and ICC for 2 PDHs (0.2 CEUs). Please note: You must attend the live session for the entire duration to receive credit. On-demand sessions do not qualify for PDH/CEU credit.


8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

First time convention attendees are invited for a continental breakfast and brief session to orient you to the week ahead. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet other first time convention attendees, connect with convention mentors, and learn about what The ACI Concrete Convention has to offer.


8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Moderators: Dr Maria Lopez de Murphy, Dr Baolin Wan

This session is one of 14 sessions that form the 16th Fiber Reinforced Polymer Reinforced Concrete Structures (FRPRCS-16) Symposium. It is co-sponsored by ACI Committee 440 and the International Institute for FRP in Construction (IIFC) for the purpose of advancing the understanding and application of FRP composites in civil infrastructure to serve the engineering profession and society. FRPRCS was first held in conjunction with the ACI 1993 Spring convention in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Since 1993, FRPRCS has evolved into a prestigious and reputable international conference that has been held 15 times including 5 times in conjunction with ACI: British Columbia, Canada (1993); Baltimore (1999); Kansas City (2005); Tampa (2011); and Anaheim (2017).

This session will focus on the characterization of the bond behavior between FRP reinforcements (internal and external) and concrete.

Learning Objectives:
(1) Develop knowledge on the durability of CFRP-concrete bond under freeze-thaw conditions;
(2) Explain how reliability-based tools are used to model the bond strength of FRP-concrete joints with grooves;
(3) Develop knowledge on how to characterize Mode 2 fracture energy of GFRP-concrete interface subjected to outdoor conditions and sustained loading;
(4) Describe FRP-concrete bond behavior characterization techniques.

This session has been approved by AIA and ICC for 2 PDHs (0.2 CEUs). Please note: You must attend the live session for the entire duration to receive credit. On-demand sessions do not qualify for PDH/CEU credit.


8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

AM/PM breaks will be provided.

The purpose of this symposium is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and state-of-the art information among researchers, practitioners, owners, and manufacturers from the USA United States and abroad, involved in the use of FRPs as reinforcement for concrete and masonry structures, both for new construction and for strengthening and rehabilitation of existing structures.

The 16th Fiber Reinforced Polymer Reinforced Concrete Structures (FRPRCS-16) Symposium is co-sponsored by ACI Committee 440 and the International Institute for FRP in Construction (IIFC). FRPRCS was first held in conjunction with the ACI 1993 Spring convention in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Since 1993, FRPRCS has evolved into a prestigious and reputable international conference that has been held 15 times including 5 times in conjunction with ACI: British Columbia, Canada (1993); Baltimore (1999); Kansas City (2005); Tampa (2011); and Anaheim (2017)). Since 1993, FRPRCS has evolved into a prestigious and reputable international conference that has been held 15 times including 5 times in conjunction with ACI (British Columbia, Canada (1993); Baltimore (1999); Kansas City (2005); Tampa (2011); and Anaheim (2017).

Technical presentations in this workshop will emphasize not only experimental, analytical, and numerical validations of using FRP composites but will also provide insights needed for improving existing guidelines and developing design codes. Information will be provided on frontiers of FRP research with respect to emerging materials, systems, and applications for extreme events such as fire and earthquakes. These presentations will also feature discussions on sustainability, novel applications, new technologies, and long-term field data that will result in greater acceptance and use of FRP composites technology by practitioners.

The FRPRCS-16 Symposium is taking place in Strand 12B and Strand 13B.


8:00 AM - 3:00 PM


8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Moderators: Mr Eric Kreiger, Dr Sriramya D Nair

The objective of this session is to offer speakers an open forum for presentation of recent technical information relevant to structural performance of Additively Constructed Concrete (3D Printed Concrete). This could lead to synthesis of tests currently being performed to evaluate structural performance. This is open to academicians, engineers and contractors.

Learning Objectives:
(1) Establish the applicability of current codes and a current approach to code language;
(2) Demonstrate some current testing being done on walls and columns;
(3) Describe the ways that structural loading (static and cyclic) can impact structural performance;
(4) Review the importance of considering layer interfaces and proposed ways to improve load transfer.

This session has been approved by AIA and ICC for 2 PDHs (0.2 CEUs). Please note: You must attend the live session for the entire duration to receive credit. On-demand sessions do not qualify for PDH/CEU credit.


8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Students will mix mortar at the convention competition site and pour it into a mold made in the shape of the letters aci from the top of the letter “a”. Flowability, mixture stability, and carbon neutrality will be evaluated. This competition is sponsored by ACI Committees, 238 Workability of Fresh Concrete, 238-A Student Workability, and S801 Student Competitions. Results will be presented on Monday at 10:30 am during the ACI Student Awards Program.


9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

ACI International Forum – Dedicated to the memory of Dr. Ramon Carrasquillo

22nd ACI International Forum – Chaired by ACI President Antonio Nanni, Professor, University of Miami

The ACI International Forum provides an opportunity for convention attendees to meet and learn from ACI international partners, ACI chapter representatives, and ACI leadership. Attendees are encouraged to network and inquire about worldwide events, activities, initiatives, and common themes of interest to the concrete materials, design, and construction industry.

Speakers include:
Mr. José M. “Pepe” Izquierdo Encarnación, Principal PORTICUS CSP, will speak about the legacy of Dr. Ramon Carrasquillo
Prof. Liberato Ferrara, Vice President, ACI Italy Chapter
Mr. Colin Nessfield, President, Institute of Concrete Technology (ICT), UK
Mr. Sourabh Manjrekar, President, India Chapter of ACI
Mr. Rafael Timerman - Instituto Brasileiro do Concreto (IBRACON)
Mafoud Tahlaiti, Manager, Civil Engineering & Construction Activity, Institut Catholique D'arts et Métiers (ICAM), Nantes, France
Mr. José M. Mejía-Borrero, Vice President, ACI Puerto Rico Chapter
Prof. Johan Silfwerbrand, Swedish Concrete Association (SCA)
Dr. Alejandro Durán Herrera, Representative, ALCONPAT International-Latin America
Mr. Josseph Mandujano, President, ACI Southeast Mexico Chapter


10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Moderators: Dr Maria Lopez de Murphy, Dr Mark F Green

This session is one of 14 sessions that form the 16th Fiber Reinforced Polymer Reinforced Concrete Structures (FRPRCS-16) Symposium. It is co-sponsored by ACI Committee 440 and the International Institute for FRP in Construction (IIFC) for the purpose of advancing the understanding and application of FRP composites in civil infrastructure to serve the engineering profession and society. FRPRCS was first held in conjunction with the ACI 1993 Spring convention in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Since 1993, FRPRCS has evolved into a prestigious and reputable international conference that has been held 15 times including 5 times in conjunction with ACI: British Columbia, Canada (1993); Baltimore (1999); Kansas City (2005); Tampa (2011); and Anaheim (2017).

This session will be dedicated to the performance of FRP-reinforced and FRP-strengthened concrete and masonry structures under extreme events.

Learning Objectives:
(1) Discuss the effectiveness of FRP retrofitted concrete walls;
(2) Evaluate the Hysteretic Energy and Damping Capacity of GFRP-RC Columns Under Cyclic Loading;
(3) Analyze the residual tensile and bond response of polypara-phenylene-benzo-bisthiazole (PBO) fabric reinforced cementitious matrix (FRCM) composites;
(4) Assess the seismic behavior of CFRP-reinforced concrete beam-column joints.

This session has been approved by AIA and ICC for 2 PDHs (0.2 CEUs). Please note: You must attend the live session for the entire duration to receive credit. On-demand sessions do not qualify for PDH/CEU credit.


10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Moderators: Dr Pedram Sadeghian, Dr Hayder A Rasheed

This session is one of 14 sessions that form the 16th Fiber Reinforced Polymer Reinforced Concrete Structures (FRPRCS-16) Symposium. It is co-sponsored by ACI Committee 440 and the International Institute for FRP in Construction (IIFC) for the purpose of advancing the understanding and application of FRP composites in civil infrastructure to serve the engineering profession and society. FRPRCS was first held in conjunction with the ACI 1993 Spring convention in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Since 1993, FRPRCS has evolved into a prestigious and reputable international conference that has been held 15 times including 5 times in conjunction with ACI: British Columbia, Canada (1993); Baltimore (1999); Kansas City (2005); Tampa (2011); and Anaheim (2017).

This session will focus on the use of FRP as reinforcement of concrete columns and walls.

Learning Objectives:
(1) Describe the behavior of elliptical concrete columns reinforced with GFRP bars under biaxial bending;
(2) Analyze alternative solutions for strengthening of concrete columns where adjacent elements prevent FRP wrapping;
(3) Examine the stress-strain behavior of concrete confined by FRP laminate and spike anchors;
(4) Develop knowledge about the failure characterization of GFRP-reinforced concrete walls.

This session has been approved by AIA and ICC for 2 PDHs (0.2 CEUs). Please note: You must attend the live session for the entire duration to receive credit. On-demand sessions do not qualify for PDH/CEU credit.


10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Moderators: Mr Eric Kreiger, Dr Sriramya D Nair

The objective of this session is to offer speakers an open forum for presentation of recent technical information relevant to structural performance of Additively Constructed Concrete (3D Printed Concrete). This could lead to synthesis of tests currently being performed to evaluate structural performance. This is open to academicians, engineers and contractors.

Learning Objectives:
(1) Review of proposed guidelines by industry for structures made of Additively Constructed Concrete;
(2) Review of geometric impacts on structural performance and results from research;
(3) Review of the impact of different reinforcement on mechanical and structural performance;
(4) Review the use of additively constructed concrete as a formwork for cast concrete.

This session has been approved by AIA and ICC for 2 PDHs (0.2 CEUs). Please note: You must attend the live session for the entire duration to receive credit. On-demand sessions do not qualify for PDH/CEU credit.


10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Moderators: Dr Kay Wille, Mr Larry Rowland

Ultra-high-performance concrete (UHPC) continues to attract more researchers, engineers, architects, students and experts across disciplines due to its fascinating material properties.
Although it is known that UHPC has excellent mechanical and durability properties, its effect on the sustainability of structures using UHPC technology in part or fully is often not quantifiable, yet. The development of mixture designs with lower carbon footprint is an exciting direction to further affect the sustainability impact of the material on our structures. In addition, the UHPC material properties offers to construct and maintain in a much more environmentally friendly way. The quantification is challenging and might remain challenging in the upcoming years. Research emphasizing life cycle analysis is under way to close part of the knowledge cap.

This session will invite national and international research groups, material suppliers and contractors to share case studies Sustainable Building Solutions using UHPC technology.

Learning Objectives:
(1) Summarize case studies towards enhanced sustainability with UHPC;
(2) Recognize sustainable aspects of UHPC technology on practical applications;
(3) Describe successfully implemented sustainable solutions using UHPC;
(4) Analyze the impact of UHPC on the sustainability of our future infrastructure.

This session has been approved by AIA and ICC for 2 PDHs (0.2 CEUs). Please note: You must attend the live session for the entire duration to receive credit. On-demand sessions do not qualify for PDH/CEU credit.


11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

$50 U.S. Per Person

Title: Performance-Based Design of BIOMA Tower
Speaker: Dr. Oscar M. Ramirez
Traditionally, design provisions in Panama follow a prescriptive design approach. REP-2021 (Panamanian Structural Design Provisions) allows the use of performance-based procedures for the seismic design of buildings in the Republic of Panama. Such procedures provide greater flexibility to select the structural system that best fits the
intended performance of a building. The BIOMA tower is a very slender (slenderness ratio H/B = 18) and tall (height H = 800 ft) reinforced concrete residential building, located in Costa del Este, Panama. This is a good example of a building for which a prescribed seismic-force-resisting system, such as a moment frame or a dual system, is disqualified because of architectural and cost restraints.

The structural system of BIOMA consists of a pair of core shear walls connected to some outer columns through a system of outriggers located at two preselected stories of the building. In this presentation, the lateral and vibration responses of the building under wind loading are validated by climate studies and wind tunnel testing performed at RWDI Canada. Also, a performance-based design approach, following the 2020 Los Angeles Tall Buildings Structural Design Council (LATBSDC) Guidelines and ACI 318-19, is used to explicitly evaluate the seismic performance of BIOMA.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND. Tickets may be purchased at the ACI Registration Desk up to 24 hours prior to the event, based on availability. Please notify the ACI Registration Desk if you have any dietary restrictions.



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1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Moderators: Dr Pedram Sadeghian, Dr Maria Anna A Polak

This session is one of 14 sessions that form the 16th Fiber Reinforced Polymer Reinforced Concrete Structures (FRPRCS-16) Symposium. It is co-sponsored by ACI Committee 440 and the International Institute for FRP in Construction (IIFC) for the purpose of advancing the understanding and application of FRP composites in civil infrastructure to serve the engineering profession and society. FRPRCS was first held in conjunction with the ACI 1993 Spring convention in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Since 1993, FRPRCS has evolved into a prestigious and reputable international conference that has been held 15 times including 5 times in conjunction with ACI: British Columbia, Canada (1993); Baltimore (1999); Kansas City (2005); Tampa (2011); and Anaheim (2017).

This session will be dedicated to advanced analysis methods of FRP reinforced concrete structures.

Learning Objectives:
(1) Develop knowledge about strut-and-tie models for FRP-reinforced deep beams;
(2) Evaluate an indeterminate strut-and-tie method to analyze concrete deep members reinforced with FRP bars;
(3) Examine the effect of weathering exposure time on the flexural behavior of FRP strengthened RC beams;
(4) Review finite element analysis of the interface between FRP and concrete.

This session has been approved by AIA and ICC for 2 PDHs (0.2 CEUs). Please note: You must attend the live session for the entire duration to receive credit. On-demand sessions do not qualify for PDH/CEU credit.


1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Moderators: Dr Ayman M Okeil, Dr Christian Carloni

This session is one of 14 sessions that form the 16th Fiber Reinforced Polymer Reinforced Concrete Structures (FRPRCS-16) Symposium. It is co-sponsored by ACI Committee 440 and the International Institute for FRP in Construction (IIFC) for the purpose of advancing the understanding and application of FRP composites in civil infrastructure to serve the engineering profession and society. FRPRCS was first held in conjunction with the ACI 1993 Spring convention in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Since 1993, FRPRCS has evolved into a prestigious and reputable international conference that has been held 15 times including 5 times in conjunction with ACI: British Columbia, Canada (1993); Baltimore (1999); Kansas City (2005); Tampa (2011); and Anaheim (2017).

This session will be dedicated to the durability of FRP-reinforced and FRP-strengthened concrete/masonry structures under various loading conditions including fatigue and freeze-thaw cycles.

Learning Objectives:
(1) Assess the cracking width and spacing in FRP-strengthened RC beams;
(2) Assess the fatigue behavior of GFRP bars embedded in concrete;
(3) Assess the fatigue behavior of sheets attached to concrete surface;
(4) Assess the durability of Glass and Basalt FRP rebars subjected to freeze-thaw cycles.

This session has been approved by AIA and ICC for 2 PDHs (0.2 CEUs). Please note: You must attend the live session for the entire duration to receive credit. On-demand sessions do not qualify for PDH/CEU credit.


1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Moderator: Mr Luke R Pinkerton

In this session we will explore slab design methods developed at the early part of the 20th century to newer methods developed with the aid of computers in the 1990's. And we then explore the emerging technology of 3D printing/additive manufacturing and how older proven methods originally developed for plain concrete may apply to and or enable these new approaches.

Learning Objectives:
(1) Identify the different design methods originally developed for plain concrete used for slab design;
(2) Compare and contrast different design methods originally developed for plain concrete used for slab design in the US
(3) Identify the types of 3D printing/additive manufacturing;
(4) Explain the crossover between structural plain concrete and 3D printing.

This session has been approved by AIA and ICC for 1 PDH (0.1 CEU). Please note: You must attend the live session for the entire duration to receive credit. On-demand sessions do not qualify for PDH/CEU credit.


1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Moderator: Mr Sourabh Manjrekar

The session will feature presentations of variety of structures including high-rise buildings as well as megaprojects such as an 8 mile long concrete canal redevelopment project. The presenters will cover in detail new trends and challenges of designing high-performing structures in order to achieve longer service life cycles. The session will focus on utlizing a combination of technolgoies in order to balance cost, environmental impact, speed and performance of structures.

Learning Objectives:
(1) Discuss the highlights of the construction of a 8 Mile long Canal Redevelopment Project;
(2) Summarize the construction sequence and methodology of a combination of precast and cast in situ concrete technology;
(3) Evaluate the use of precast construction and fabrication facilities;
(4) Report on utilizing voided slab systems to reduce cost and environmental impact without compromising with the performance of the structure.

This session has been approved by AIA and ICC for 2 PDHs (0.2 CEUs). Please note: You must attend the live session for the entire duration to receive credit. On-demand sessions do not qualify for PDH/CEU credit.


3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Moderator: Dr Neeraj J Buch

The transportation infrastructure is the backbone of the global economy, connecting people, enhancing quality of life, and promoting health and safety. The structural integrity and durability of the infrastructure is vulnerable when subjected to extreme conditions such as flooding, fire, tornadoes, and sea level rise. This session will provide insight on designing and constructing resilient and durable highway and airfield pavements subjected to extreme conditions.

Learning Objectives:
(1) Define how resiliency concepts can be applied to concrete pavements;
(2) Describe the use of concrete overlays as a rehabilitation strategy to improve performance of existing roadways subjected to extreme weather damage;
(3) Identify various rehabilitation techniques exist to strengthen and harden the airfield pavement system;
(4) Quantify resilience in design and construction of concrete pavements.

This session has been approved by AIA and ICC for 2 PDHs (0.2 CEUs). Please note: You must attend the live session for the entire duration to receive credit. On-demand sessions do not qualify for PDH/CEU credit.


3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Moderators: Dr Corina-Maria Aldea, Dr Mahmut Ekenel

Fiber reinforcement is the most effective way of improving the resistance of concrete to cracking, but little is known of the benefits of fiber reinforcement on long term durability. The purpose of this session is to bring together experts from around the world to discuss case studies where fiber reinforcement enhanced long term durability, to learn from real life situations and to lay the foundation for Life Cycle Engineering Analysis with fiber reinforced concrete. Presentation topics will be related to the benefits of using fibers to enhance long term performance of concrete with and without conventional reinforcement. Case studies where fiber reinforced concrete (FRC), or ultra high-performance concrete (UHPC) were used for durable structures covering a broad range of applications around the world will be presented. Contractors, material suppliers, engineers, architects, researchers, and scientists will benefit from this session.

Learning Objectives:
(1) Identify opportunities to promote and expand the use of FRC and UHPC to support sustainable development;
(2) Recognize the advantages of using FRC and UHPC for various applications;
(3) Discuss the benefits of using FRC and UHPC to enhance long term performance compared with concrete with and without conventional reinforcement;
(4) Reference real life situations to lay the foundation for Life Cycle Engineering Analysis with FRC and UHPC.

This session has been approved by AIA and ICC for 2 PDHs (0.2 CEUs). Please note: You must attend the live session for the entire duration to receive credit. On-demand sessions do not qualify for PDH/CEU credit.


3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Moderator: Hessam AzariJafari

Carbonation, also known as carbon uptake, has been considered an essential part of carbon neutrality roadmaps at the regional and global scales. In this session, concrete stakeholders (including but not limited to materials producers, concrete manufacturers, structural engineers, governments, and contractors) will be educated and informed about the measurement and analytical methods for estimating the carbon uptake in cement-based products. Basic content and progress toward developing assessment tools and guidelines will be demonstrated. Speakers will provide their insight and experience about the challenges and opportunities for including carbon uptake as a part of sustainability evaluations concerning the durability and uncertainty in the intensity and extent of carbon uptake. Participants will also be informed about the role played by different concrete stakeholders in the evaluation and implementation of carbon uptake estimation for different cement end-use applications.

Learning Objectives:
(1) Explain how concrete carbonation can be optimized by maximizing the volume over which CO2 reacts;
(2) Report on how concretes can possess low GHG emissions at year 100 due to the acceleration of the CO2 uptake during their lifetime;
(3) Discuss how high porosity and unique hollow configuration of dry-cast manufactured concrete masonry units allow significant carbon uptake before leaving the gate;
(4) Evaluate how carbon uptake in buildings and infrastructure can neutralize a significant portion of cement production emissions.

This session has been approved by AIA and ICC for 2 PDHs (0.2 CEUs). Please note: You must attend the live session for the entire duration to receive credit. On-demand sessions do not qualify for PDH/CEU credit.


4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

The ACI Student Forum provides an opportunity for student chapters and competition teams to exchange ideas and best practices. Student speakers will deliver presentations about their university activities and achievements. A limited number of presentations spots are available. Speakers may present as a group or an individual.


5:45 PM - 7:00 PM

The Opening Session is the official start to the Convention and will begin with a welcome address by ACI President Antonio Nanni. Next, the emcee for the night will recognize new Honorary Members, Fellows, and 50-Year Members for their contributions to the concrete industry.


7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Immediately following the Opening Session, attendees are invited to the exhibit hall for this evening reception. Congratulate ACI Awardees, reunite with colleagues, network with new acquaintances, and learn about the products and services offered by the exhibitors. A cash bar and light refreshments will be available.


8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Moderator: Mr William E Rushing Jr

This session will provide an overview of Portland Limestone Cement pros, cons, and successful applications.

Learning Objectives:
(1) Explain the pros and cons of portland limestone cement;
(2) Describe how portland limestone cement could affect the future of sustainability in the concrete industry;
(3) Identify successful applications of portland limestone cement;
(4) Examine a case study Mass Concrete and provide recommendations for thermal control plans based on mix evaluation and field and laboratory testing.

This session has been approved by AIA and ICC for 2 PDHs (0.2 CEUs). Please note: You must attend the live session for the entire duration to receive credit. On-demand sessions do not qualify for PDH/CEU credit.


8:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Student and Young Professionals Activities Committee (SYPAC) invites all students, young professionals, and convention mentors to a casual networking exchange following the Opening Reception. Attendees will establish connections with fellow young members. Prizes will be awarded during ice breaker activities.



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