COVID-19


CERTIFICATION 

Registrations are being accepted for upcoming sessions. If your session is postponed, you will remain registered and will be notified when a rescheduled date is selected. We will do our best to fast-track all canceled classes as soon as it is safe to do so.  Our top priority is your safety and the safety of our team members.

  • Certification Expiring: The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the postponement of ACI Certification exam sessions, disrupting the opportunity for many Technicians, Inspectors, Craftsmen, and Specialists to recertify. ACI has taken the position that the Project Owner's Representative (Engineer of Record, Specifier, etc.) is the proper entity to review a technician's credentials and determine if a waiver of active certification requirements is warranted/appropriate on a project-by-project basis. Therefore, project owner representatives may contact ACI Certification via email for information regarding individuals not appearing on the VERIFY A CERTIFICATION  list to assist the project owner in deciding if they should apply any waiver. Please send inquiries to ACI.Certification@concrete.org.
  • One-Year Time Frame to Retake a Failed Written or Practical Exam Expiring:  All in-process dates previously expected to expire anytime in 2020 have been extended to December 31, 2020. 


GOLF TOURNAMENT

Thursday, September 10, 2020


CONCRETE SYMPOSIUM
​This event has been rescheduled to Tuesday, September 22, 2020


EXCELLENCE IN CONCRETE AWARDS

​This event has been rescheduled to Friday, October 9, 2020

Build With Strength, Pave Ahead Webinar Series

Build With Strength and Pave Ahead, along with the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association, is launching a free webinar series.

The Build With Strength series will focus on the design and construction of concrete buildings. The first webinar, scheduled for April 1, presents Concrete Innovations. For each week following, there will be a webinar on various topics from resilience to fire safety to life cycle assessment. Instructors include NRMCA experts along with guest instructors. Each webinar will offer 1 continuing education unit through the AIA continuing education system and 1 PDH or 0.1 CEU for engineers.

The Concrete Pavement series will focus on technical topics related to design, construction, maintenance and rehabilitation of concrete pavements and will conclude with a webinar on concrete trails. Webinars in this series will offer AIA Elective Learning Units, Professional Development Hours or Continuing Education Units through the AIA continuing education system. The intended audience for this series includes architects, engineers, contractors, developers, owners and product manufacturers. Each webinar offers between 1 and 1.5 AIA LU / PDH.