The American Concrete Institute (ACI) along with ACI international chapters and partners will host “24 Hours of Concrete Knowledge,” a free conference that will bring the worldwide concrete community together. The ACI 24 Hours of Concrete Knowledge Conference is for everyone interested in learning more about concrete, from everywhere in the world. The event starts on July 13, 2021 at 3:00 PM EDT. It will complete a trip around the world with visits to 12 Chapters and 12 Partners. The goal is to learn from concrete experts for 24 continuous hours.
“The 24 Hours of Concrete Knowledge Conference is a unique event that will highlight a unified global passion for increasing the concrete body of knowledge and advancing the best practices for using concrete,” stated Ron Burg. Burg is the Executive Vice President, American Concrete Institute. “It will also emphasize the diversity of the worldwide concrete community through the variety of presentation topics and methodologies. Additionally, it will renew the principle that ideas for improving concrete technology come from throughout the world.”
ACI international chapters and global industry partners will be both co-hosting and moderating sections of the conference. They will engage concrete experts from their area to give presentations on important concrete topics from their region. Each of the 24 co-hosts will moderate a stop on the journey around the world by providing two recorded presentations with a live question & answer period. Attendees will also get exclusive access to recordings of all 48 presentations after the event.
ACI vice presidents Charles Nmai and Tony Nanni will be the global moderators for the 24 Hours of Concrete Knowledge Conference.
Registration for this free virtual conference is now open. Visit concrete.org/24hourconcrete to register.
About The American Concrete Institute
The American Concrete Institute is a leading global authority for the development, dissemination and also the adoption of its consensus-based standards. Likewise, they are leaders in technical resources, and educational, training and certification programs. The ACI began in 1904. It has its headquarters in Farmington Hills, Michigan. ACI also has a regional office in Dubai, UAE. Additionally, they have a resource center in Southern California. Visit concrete.org for additional information.