TUCR1 - Hands-On Training: Concrete Repair Lab

Tuesday, February 03 from 12:00 PM to 3:45 PM | LVCC North Hall, Aisle 3000 « Back

In this hands-on lab, participants will learn the critical aspects of surface preparation, mix design, concrete placement and quality controls relevant to repairing spalled concrete. Participants will have the opportunity to look behind the scenes and see what causes a repair to fail or succeed. This hands-on event is a great compliment to the Concrete Repair Fundamentals series – see 3-Hour Seminars TU11 and WE12.

Through case study visuals, demonstrations and hands-on activities, participants will be exposed to key practices critical to successful spall and will gain first-hand experience the key mechanisms that cause a spall repair to fail or succeed. Mechanisms in a concrete mix that control shrinkage, rheology and bonding properties will be covered plus mechanisms that make the removal of corrosion, removal of contaminated and damaged concrete, proper surface moisture condition and surface cleanliness critical to a successful repair. Participants will gain insight into the mechanisms that affect the repair material’s bond to the existing concrete and how to test the repair’s bond.

NOTE: Space is limited to 16 participants per time slot, so register early!
Select preferred training time slot from schedule below:
     TUCR1: Tues, Feb 3, 12:00 pm – 3:45 pm
     TUCR2: Tues, Feb 3, 1:45 pm – 5:30 pm     
     WECR1: Wed, Feb 4, 12:00 pm – 3:45 pm
     WECR2: Wed, Feb 4, 1:45 pm – 5:30 pm

Hands-On Training Fee: $350 on or before 12/15/14; $440 after 12/15/14 and onsite

NOTE: Separate registrations and fees are required for each TU11 and WE12 seminar ($140; $170 after 12/15/14 and onsite) and the Concrete Repair hands-on training ($350; $440 after 12/15/14 and onsite)


Credits: 3.75 continuing education hours approved for AIA/CES LU, PDH, TCA


Event Type: WOC Hands-On Training > Session


 

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