The American Concrete Institute (ACI) has released its new ACI Certification Verify app. The app allows users to quickly and easily verify the status of ACI-certified individuals through three search options: (1) verify an individual’s certification ID number, (2) search by an individual’s name, and (3) find the total number of ACI-certified individuals in an area. Download the app through the Apple App Store.
ACI has certified more than 400,000 concrete finishers, technicians, supervisors, inspectors, managers, and more since the 1980s. Currently, there are more than 123,000 active ACI certifications across 25+ popular programs worldwide.
“The ACI Certification Verify app is the perfect tool to use on the jobsite,” said John W. Nehasil, ACI Managing Director, Certification. “Using simply a phone or tablet, anyone can easily verify the status of people working on a particular project or find the total number of ACI-certified individuals in an area.”
Creating this app provides further value to those working in the field, who may not have quick and easy access to a computer. The ACI Certification Verify app helps the entire verification process move more quickly and easily so jobs can move forward, with the same functionality of the popular concrete.org/verifyweb-based verification tool.
The app is currently available in iOS platforms. An Android version is expected to be available soon.
“ACI-certified workers are critically important to the concrete industry, as they provide assurance that testing, placing, and inspecting are performed correctly. Through our certification programs, ACI is strengthening the workforce with competent and proven individuals who can perform their jobs in a way that will help ensure longevity for the industry,” continued Nehasil.
To learn more about ACI Certification or to download the app, visit whyACIcertification.org.
Founded in 1904 with a headquarters in Farmington Hills, MI, USA, and a regional office in Dubai, UAE, the American Concrete Institute is a leading authority and resource worldwide for the development, dissemination, and adoption of its consensus-based standards, technical resources, educational & training programs, certification programs, and proven expertise for individuals and organizations involved in concrete design, construction, and materials, who share a commitment to pursuing the best use of concrete. For additional information, visit www.concrete.org.