Arizona Chapter
American Concrete Institute


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  • 02 Sep 2015 1:02 PM | Beth Britt (Administrator)

    Please join other industry professionals for the Bi-Annual Concrete Convention and Expo in Denver, Colorado November 7-12th, 2015.  Registration is online with an early bird discount through October 11th.  After that date and on site, the cost will increase $100.  For the First time there will be an Excellence in Concrete Award banquet representing the winning projects from around the globe for 2015.  There will also be a Concrete Sustainability Forum on Wednesday, November 11th where Global experts will update attendees on new, innovative technologies, sustainability assessment systems, and sustainable design from around the world.  You won't want to miss this Free Forum when you attend the Convention.  Click the link below for more information and registration details.

  • 02 Sep 2015 12:44 PM | Beth Britt (Administrator)

    On August 18, 2015 our Chapter held its annual market forecast meeting to kick off our 2015-16 program year.  Cliff Brewis, Vice President Operations at Dodge Data & Analytics gave the presentation.  Cliff is a highly accomplished Vice President with a successful track record in sales management, operations, change management, process planning, implementation and public speaking. In over 30 years of management experience there has been a focus on driving continuous improvement, operating within budgets, meeting required objectives and implementing change to improve effectiveness and efficiencies.

    He gave a rather steady outlook for growth, at a pace of 3-5%.  Attached you can see the data from his presentation. 

    Dodge 2015 Outlook - ACI.pptx
  • 14 May 2014 10:54 AM | Anonymous

    When the American Concrete Institute develops a new Standard, part of the development process includes making the new document available for public review and comment. This is the opportunity for anyone effected by the standard to review the materials and submit their comments to the committee for discussion. 

    The draft standards listed below are being processed through ACI's ANSI-approved standardization procedure and are currently open for public discussion from May 1st to June 17th. You can view these documents along with instructions and comment forms by going to

    ACI 318 and 318.2

    Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete and Commentary AND Code Requirements for Thin Shells and Commentary

    ACI 423.7

       Specification for Unbonded Single-Strand Tendon Materials

    Discussion should be emailed to using the comment form for the corresponding draft standard. The comment forms and draft standards are available on the Upcoming Standards Web page

    Due to the volume of comments received, all comments must be submitted via the Comment Form to be considered by the committee. Please type the document number in the subject line. Public  discussion and committee responses will be made available at a later time. The draft standard will become an official ACI standard after the discussion period closes and the committee responds to the discussion received.


  • 27 Jan 2014 3:44 PM | Anonymous
    The American Concrete Institute is pleased to unveil its new logo. This refreshed identity signifies the next step forward in the evolution of the ACI brand and serves as the foundation for consistent design and messaging across all ACI communications. In addition to the logo, the tagline "Always advancing" highlights the fact that everything the Institute does centers on advancing concrete knowledge, technology, construction, and quality, as well as collaboration and professional growth. The new logo was approved unanimously by ACI's Board of Direction, and is the first major update to the Institute's logo since 1964. Read about the new logo, its development, and history of ACI's logos in ACI President Anne Ellis' January Memo.

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