In an effort to provide students worldwide with the connections, resources, and opportunities to be successful in their studies and -- ultimately -- in their careers, the American Concrete Institute has made membership free and easily accessible… electronically. Simply complete this application to get started:
ACI Web Sessions are recorded presentations from ACI Conventions and other concrete industry events, made available for viewing, free of charge, online and on-demand. Each week, a new one-hour block of presentations will be posted.
The National ACI Convention is in Kansas City this April!
Join us for a special Contractors Day including presentations by Mark Luther, Jereme Montgomery, and Jeff Coleman, as well as a special lunch, and the Concrete Mixer. There will be an ACI Flatwork Finishers Certification Review session, which greatly increases your chances of passing the exam (the exam fee is extra). Because of the hard work of the Kansas and Missouri Chapters of ACI, there is a reduced price for the day of $149.00. Take advantage of this opportunity! See the flyers below for registration information.
The American Concrete Institute (ACI) is a nonprofit technical and educational society organized in 1904 and is one of the world's leading authorities on concrete technology. ACI is a forum for the discussion of all matters related to concrete and the development of solutions to problems. ACI's Vision is to be universally recognized for its comprehensive knowledge, guidance, and influence regarding concrete and its application.
The Kansas Chapter was formed in 1974 to bring together individuals and groups in the state of Kansas who have an interest in concrete. The goal of the Kansas Chapter is to further the chartered objectives of the American Concrete Institute, improving the design, construction, use, and maintenance of concrete products and structures by discussing and disseminating technical and educational information.