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Continuing Education Credit: 0.1 CEU (1.0 PDH)
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This is a recorded webinar from February 27, 2018.
Panel discussion moderated by:
Anne Ellis, PE, FACI, founder of Ellis Global, is a champion of innovators and pioneers working to improve the built world. She served as ACI president, 2013-2014.
Discussion and presentations by:
Cary Kopczynski, PE, SE, FACI, Senior Principal and CEO, Cary Kopczynski & Co., is an industry trailblazer. He pioneered the use of high-strength steel fiber as a rebar decongestant in shear walls and advocated for its use in projects in North America. He received ACI’s Alfred E. Lindau Award in 2017.
Chris Plue, MACI, Senior Vice President, Webcor Concrete, San Francisco, CA, is president of the American Society of Concrete Contractors, 2017-2018. He is recognized industry-wide for driving innovative approaches to construction.
Innovation is changing the world in fundamental ways. Yet innovation in the regulated construction industry can be challenging. These innovative industry leaders will provide insights on radically improving concrete design and construction, navigating the challenges, and key behaviors that will shape our industry’s future. The objective of this webinar is to understand how you can bring added value to your work and the industry through innovation.
Author: Kopczynski, Plue, Ellis
Categories: Concrete Technology, Construction Practices
Formats: Online Learning
Table of Contents
1. Define innovation
2. Connect problem solving and innovation
3. Recognize the role collaboration plays in advancing innovation
4. Understand the role ACI plays bringing new technology to the market
5. Recognize the means and value in building concrete industry capacity to respond to and address innovation in the marketplace
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