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High-strength concrete as a critical component in construction of the world’s tallest cathedral—the Sagrada Família
Constructing the International Arrivals Facility for Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
A twenty-first-century process is applied to a historic restoration project
Designers need to be mindful of forming, shoring, reshoring, and backshoring
A survey of design professionals, suppliers, and contractors shows a need for educational materials stressing the material’s life-cycle benefits
Women in ACI hosts virtual reception and art auction
The American Shotcrete Association (ASA) annually recognizes notable shotcrete projects with its Outstanding Shotcrete Project Awards
Twenty-two students receive financial aid from the ACI Foundation
ACI members who have ended terms on Standing Board Committees are thanked by the Institute for their service
The ACI Technical Activities Committee (TAC) selected Chairs for 48 ACI technical committees
Who is responsible for coordinating construction tolerances on a project: the designer or the contractor?
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