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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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There is a need to further study mixtures for three-dimensional concrete printing (3DCP) that incorporate fractions of large aggregates to develop more robust composition and achieve a feedstock with lower embodied energy. The main scope of this article is the scaling up of the solid constituents in such 3DCP mixtures.

Available in the following language(s): Spanish

I’m working on a project that includes architectural formed concrete elements. What requirements should be included in contract documents? Are full-scale field mockups required? How can I define an acceptable amount of bugholes to be allowed on the formed surfaces?

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The inaugural ACI Excellence in Concrete Construction Award Gala was hosted at the fall ACI Concrete Convention in Denver, CO, USA, on November 9, 2015. The suggestion for the award program was made during one of the Institute’s chapter roundtables in February 2011 and was presented to the ACI Chapter Activities Committee at the Spring 2011 ACI Concrete Convention in Tampa, FL, USA.

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The Air Garden at the United States Air Force Academy, just outside of Colorado Springs, CO, USA, was restored to its original glory. The restoration included excavating the grass-covered pools, reconfiguring the garden from a single body of water to 15 individually filtered pools, redesigning the mechanical system, and redesigning the concrete walkway around the pools.

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The newly constructed Sol Plaatje University Student Resource Centre in Kimberley, South Africa, has a design like the cut of an inverted diamond. To address the extreme conditions of the Northern Cape and provide climate control, the building is encased in an insulating, cast-in-place concrete shell with an angular, origami-like roof and a thermally active building system.

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