ICRI announces new Toronto chapter

The International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) recently announced the formation of its third chapter in Canada, with the new Toronto chapter open for membership. The Toronto chapter will join members of the British Columbia and Quebec Province chapters in serving the concrete repair industry in Canada. With more than six million residents, Greater Toronto is the largest population center in Canada.

With the announcement of the new chapter, ICRI officials also named officers for Toronto, with Stephen Franks of Blok-Lok Limited in Woodbridge, Ont., serving as president, Stephan Trepanier of Edison Engineers, Inc., in Markham, Ont., serving as secretary and David Huggins of Kelso Coatings in Milton, Ont., serving as treasurer.

Currently, ICRI has 38 chapters, including two student chapters, in metropolitan areas around the world. The chapters hold technical presentations, educational meetings, symposiums and local conventions on repair-related topics. Chapters also provide members with opportunities to meet and network with repair specialists in their regions.

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