ICRI April 29th 2015 Dinner Meeting - May You Live In Interesting Times - ACI 562 and ICRI Notes 150

  • 29 Apr 2015
  • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Phoenix Airport Hilton - 2435 South 47th Street, Phoenix, AZ
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ICRI Chapter Dinner Meeting & Presentation

May You Live In Interesting Times

ACI 562 Code Requirements for Evaluation, Repair, and Rehabilitation of Concrete Buildings and ICRI Notes 150

Vision 2020 was a 2004 cross industry event sponsored by 9 organizations and facilitated through the ACI Foundation's Strategic Development Council. It documented and roadmapped 13 original goals that have been being implemented to organize the concrete repair industry. There are now 15 goals around the theme of Sustaining Concrete that are being managed by the Concrete Repair Council. One goal was to develop a Concrete Repair Code to establish evaluation, design, materials and construction practices, raise the level of repair/protection performance, establish clear responsibilities, and provide building officials with means to issue permits for existing concrete structures. Since the code is a fairly complicated performance based document (unlike ACI 318 which is highly prescriptive) a joint committee from ICRI and ACI was formed to develop "Notes and Work Examples" on the code that are nearing finalization within the next few weeks. Another outcome of Vision 2020 is the development of repair specifications, with ACI 563 developing reference and ICRI 110 developing guide specifications. Because the concrete repair industry is emergining into its own profession, ICRI is implementing a new strategic plan to focus on education, certification, and networking opportuniites for the concrete preservation community. This presentation will briefly cover these and other topics of interest to the Arizona ICRI Chapter while attempting to answer questions about these "interesting times" for our industry.

Speaker: Fred Goodwin


Fellow Scientist

Product Development BASF Construction Chemicals

Fred Goodwin is a chemist with >30 years of experience in the construction chemicals industry, including cement manufacture, research, development, and technical support of grouts, adhesives, coatings, shotcrete, stucco, flooring, and concrete repair materials.   He has been with BASF and its predecessors for 25 years and is an active member of ICRI, ACI, ASTM, NACE, SDC, and SSPC.  A fellow of ACI and ICRI, an Honorary Member of ASTM C1 & C9, and current chair of the ICRI Technical Activities Committee (TAC), ACI 515 Protective Systems, ACI 090 TRRC, ASTM C09.41 Cement Based Grouts, SSPC 8.3 Commercial Floor Coatings, and a member of ACI TAC; he is also a guest lecturer for the Grouting Fundamentals short course (CO School of Mines) and was awarded the JCPL Editors Award in 2006, 2010, and 2012 as well as the ACI 2011 Delmar Bloem Distinguished Service Award.  He is a NACE certified Corrosion Technologist, the inventor of five patents, was recently named as a Top 25 Innovative Thinker by Technology Publishing, and frequently speaks at industry events.  He was also appointed as a voting member for the ACI 562 Repair Code, ACI 563 Repair Specifications, ICRI 150/ACI562E Notes on the Repair Code oversight group, and the ICRI Strategic Plan Implementation team.

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4:30 pm to 5:00 pm - Network Hour and Cash Bar 
5:00 pm to 6:30 pm - Dinner and Program

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