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MINI SESSION: Constructability: Hot Topics, Recent Developments, and Case Studies

Tuesday, October 19, 2021  6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

This mini-session is a recurring event focused on the latest developments, case studies, and lessons learned in the area of concrete constructability. Arguably, constructability is one of the most overlooked components of concrete project design and planning. Yet if not properly addressed, it can result in a variety of issues during the construction phase of the project, including negative impacts on the project schedule and budget. Often, the devil lies in the details when it comes to constructible projects. This session will aim at discussing a variety of constructability-related topics that will be based on real-world experiences and case studies.
Learning Objectives:
(1) Recognize recent developments in the area of concrete constructability;
(2) Describe frequent issues occurring on concrete projects that negatively impact constructability, schedules, and project budgets;
(3) Identify potential constructability pain points and acquire proven strategies to prevent them from occurring;
(4) Explain the design behind complicated project elements and alternative methods to construct them.

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. Mini Sessions will not be available on-demand.

Pour Strip Constructability

Presented By: Mick Haggerty
Affiliation: Sellen Construction

Moneyball for Construction — Correlating Construction Performance Indicators and Project Success

Presented By: Anthony Lamanna
Affiliation: Arizona State University

Constructability Case Studies in Ultra-High-Performance Concrete

Presented By: William Kulish
Affiliation: Steelike, Inc.

Why Is Slump Still Being Specified?

Presented By: BRIAN CARSON

Lessons Learned - Concrete Interface with Exterior Waterproofing

Presented By: Keila Lombardozzi
Affiliation: DPR Construction

Upper Level Sponsors

Brasfield Gorrie
Concrete Sealants, Inc.
Metromont Corporation
Thomas Concrete

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