This seminar is the second in a four-part series introducing basic concrete technology and concentrates on what information is needed to order concrete and how concrete is manufactured. The available techniques and equipment for placing and finishing concrete will also be covered in-depth. NOTE: This series is intended to introduce the basics of good concrete practice to individuals who are new to the concrete industry.
- Discuss the role of codes and contractor requirements when ordering concrete
- Explore how concrete is manufactured and some of the problems that can arise during manufacturing
- Describe and evaluate the various techniques and equipment for placing concrete
- Identify the steps common to finishing all concrete
NOTE: See Part I, MO01; Part III, TU03 & Part IV, WE04
NOTE: This series is intended to introduce the basics of good concrete practice to individuals who are new to the concrete industry.
Credits: 3.0 hours AIA/CES LU|HSW, PDH, TCA, DBPR/CILB No. 0609386
Education Tracks: Concrete Fundamentals
Event Type: WOC 3-Hour Seminars > Session
Consultant at Concrete.Terry.LLC
Auburn Twp, OH , United States
Terry Holland, D. Eng., HMACI, is a consulting engineer in the areas of concrete materials and concrete construction practices. Previously, he worked for a major admixture supplier and was responsible for technical support as well as troubleshooting probl …
Operations Manager at San Juan Construction
Montrose, CO , United States
Jeff Groom, PE is Vice President and Operations Manager for San Juan Construction, Inc. located in Montrose, Colorado. San Juan Construction provides general construction services to U.S. government entities in remote locations such as the Marshall Island …