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Volunteers from ACI’s international chapters and international partner associations have translated CI articles into several languages. This activity helps advance the mission of ACI by further disseminating knowledge of concrete technology around the world.




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ACI Certification programs are truly what the Institute is all about—enhancing knowledge and improving concrete quality. Many local, state, national, and even international building codes, specifications, and agencies require certified personnel to perform many construction responsibilities, while contractors and project owners desire employees to earn certifications.

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Nanni, Juenger, and four new Directors elected.

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The use of a mineral-blended polymeric microsphere powder in concrete mixtures can provide protection from freezing-and-thawing (F-T) damage as well as lower the carbon footprint of concrete. The article presents results of compressive strength and cyclic F-T testing for microsphere and air-entrained concretes containing two levels of fly ash as a supplementary cementitious material.

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The 2022 Slag Cement in Sustainable Concrete Awards were unveiled during the ACI Concrete Convention – Spring 2023 in San Francisco, CA, USA. Eighteen construction projects from across the United States were chosen to showcase the broad applications of slag cement and its impact on creating more durable and sustainable concrete.

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Achieving the designed service life of a repair depends on several factors including the material selection. This month’s Q&A discusses using portland-limestone cement instead of specified portland cement to repair concrete severely damaged by freezing-and-thawing cycles and corrosion due to exposure to deicing salts. The repair is expected to last at least 30 years.

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