International Concrete Repair Institute BASF specialist wins fellowship

In recognition of his outstanding contributions to the concrete industry, Patrick “Doc” Watson, senior technical product specialist at BASF Construction Chemicals – Building Systems, has been awarded a fellowship from the International Concrete Repair Institute.

As a leading advocate for the advancement of the industry, Watson is a member of ICRI’s Vision2020 project to outline the direction of the industry over the next 20 years.

The ICRI award recognizes individuals who have advanced the industry through the production or use of concrete materials, products and structures in the areas of education, research, development, design, construction or management. To receive the fellowship designation, members of the organization must be nominated by a current fellow. To be eligible, nominees must have been a member of the institute for 10 years, including three of the last five years, and made significant contributions to the institute and the industry.

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