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On March 25, 2021, Juan Pablo Covarrubias Sr. was honored for his contributions to concrete pavement design with an online symposium. Twenty speakers summarized the history of concrete pavement design and research in Chile, the United States, and other countries, with a major emphasis on the role Covarrubias has had in inspiring his friends and colleagues to think differently. His work has led to thin concrete pavements, with superior durability and reduced economic and environmental costs relative to more conventional pavements.

Available in the following language(s): Spanish


Structural plain concrete is used within structural elements such as arches, pedestals, and foundations. In 2019, ACI reinstated a committee on the topic, ACI Committee 380, Structural Plain Concrete. The committee’s mission is to advance the design and application of structural plain concrete to improve its performance and recognition as a reliable construction material. Recent advancements in materials and design methods are expected to lead to improvements in the economy and sustainability of concrete construction.

Available in the following language(s): Spanish


Microbially induced corrosion of concrete (MICC) is a lesser-known cause of deterioration. A better understanding of MICC and the complex ecosystem of bacteria that drive it should permit engineers to improve practices for designing new systems and rehabilitating existing structures. Members of ACI Committee 201, Durability of Concrete, created this article as part of the committee’s efforts to broaden the knowledge on this issue.

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Only three sections in Chapter 18—Earthquake-Resistant Structures of ACI 318-19 remain unchanged in comparison to ACI 318-14. This is the second of two articles that outline these changes and is focused on special structural walls, diaphragms and trusses, foundations, and members not designated as part of the seismic force-resisting system.

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