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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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This two-part series discusses various activities taking place around the world to make the technology of fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) reinforcement for concrete structures accessible to the construction industry. Part 1 focuses on initiatives for acceptance and implementation of FRP reinforcement in four countries: Brazil, Iran, Italy, and New Zealand.

Available in the following language(s): Spanish


Swirl and broom finishes are typically specified for working surfaces of parking structures, parking lots, commercial pavements, or walkways. Unfortunately, the construction documents for many such projects specify unachievable F-numbers for slabs that are also specified to receive textured finishes. The article provides a bibliography of recommendations and requirements for slab F-numbers and finishes published in ACI documents, other industry resources, and sample project specifications, demonstrating that many conflicting requirements can negatively affect contractors charged with producing swirl and broom finishes.

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Available in the following language(s): Spanish


The American Concrete Institute (ACI) Excellence in Concrete Construction Awards program is entering its 8th year. In addition to project nomination through local ACI chapters or international partners, a new self-nomination option has been announced, making it easier for companies and organizations to achieve recognition for their work.

Available in the following language(s): Spanish


Asphaltic concrete pavements are generally repaired using cold patch and hot mix products. While cold patch material can be applied quickly and is low in cost, it is not durable. Because hot mix repair products are applied like newly paved surfaces, they are high in cost and are typically used for larger repairs. The article discusses a new type of a cementitious repair material suitable for asphalt and concrete pavements that is easy to apply and durable.

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