ELECTIONS - ARIZONA CHAPTER OF ICRI
To Serve from January 1, 2017 through December 31, 2017
now accepting NAMES OF THOSE WISHING TO RUN for:
President – 1 year term
Vice-President – 1 year term
Secretary – 1 year term
Directors – (2 seats available) - 3 year term each
President: The President is the principal elected officer of the organization, presides at all meetings of the membership and the Board of Directors, and performs other duties as are normally incident to the office or as may be prescribed by the Board of Directors. The President is an ex-officio member, with voting privilege, of all committees except the Nominating Committee.
Vice-President: The Vice-President performs the duties of the President in the President’s absence and sits on the Board of Directors.
Treasurer: The Treasurer shall keep an account of all monies received and expended for the use of the Chapter, and shall make disbursements as authorized by the Board of Directors.
Secretary: The Secretary gives notice of and attends all meetings of the membership and the Board of Directors, keeps a record of all proceedings, attests documents, and sits on the Board of Directors.
Director: The 7 Directors sit on the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors have supervision, control, and direction of the affairs of the Chapter, determine its policies within the limits of the bylaws, actively prosecute its purposes, and oversee the disbursement of its funds.
Meetings: The Board of Directors meet approximately once per month. Normally before dinner meetings.
PLACE YOUR OWN NAME INTO NOMINATION:
· Mail, email, or fax me your name and the position you are running for before November 21, 2016.
· Note 1) you cannot run for multiple positions and 2) if you are already in an elected position and your term is not set to expire on 12/31/2016 you must resign before running for election to a new position.
· Only members in good standing of the AZ Chapter of ICRI on December 21, 2016 may hold office.
THE ELECTION PROCESS:
· On December 8, 2016 ballots will be emailed to every person who is a member in good standing of
the Arizona Chapter of ICRI as of December 1, 2016.
· Completed ballots must be received by me via email or fax on or before December 19, 2016.
· Ties will be decided by those individuals who are tied getting together and flipping a coin. If they
are not available to do so, Dave Flax will flip a coin on their behalf.
· The new Officers and Directors will begin serving on January 1, 2017.
· All Officers and Directors will be briefly introduced at our first meeting in 2017.
Thank you to our 2015 Sporting Clay Tournament Sponsors!!
Congratulations to our winning teams at the 2015 ICRI Sporting Clay Tournament.
2nd Place - Robert E Porter Construction
3rd Place - Simpson Strong Tie
President Jeremey Leib of Robert E. Porter Construction
Vice-President Peter Lofquist of Starling, Madison, Lofquist
Secretary Adam Zius of Restruction Corporation
Directors Rosa Dooley of Gervasio and Associates
Blake McGraw of Truesdell Corporation
The following is a list of officers and directors for the Arizona ICRI Chapter, showing which positions are expiring at the end of this year. We are currently accepting nominations for the positions that will need to be elected to serve in 2013. Click here to download a form and instructions.
Immediate Past President
On October 12th over 100 industry peers came together to golf in the annual Concrete Cup Golf Tournament, sponsored each year by the Arizona Chapters of the American Concrete Institute and the International Concrete Repair Institute. The tournament was a great success and raised money for student scholarships and programs.
Congratualtions to Brian Davis, Adam Bost, Alan Wright and Brian Whited for winning this year's tournament. Their names will be added to the trophey and they will house the trophey in their offices at Garrison Engineered until next year's tournament.
Thanks to Jason Savage with Euclid Chemicals for organizing this year's event. Special thanks to our hole sponsors:
TF Valdez Construction Supply Company Inc., Global Flooring Solutions, Drake Cement, Robert Porter Construction, BASF The Chemical Co., Starling Madison Lofquist, Inc., Caliente Construction Inc., WR Grace, SRMG, Southwest Concrete Paving Co., Truesdell Corporation, Border Construction Specialties, Gervasio & Assoc, Inc, Euclid Chemical and Korber Sales Company.
The draft standards listed below are bring processed through ACI's ANSI-approved standardization procedure. This procedure includes a period for public review and comments. Click on the title below to open a PDF version of the draft document. The public review period for both of these documents ends on September 17th. All comments must be submitted via the comment form (see link below) before this date in order to be considered by the committee.
Click on the title to review the draft.
Discussion should be emailed to Discussion@concrete.org using either the 437 comment form or the 562 comment form available on the Upcoming Standards Web page.
Due to the volume of comments received, all comments must be submitted via the Comment Form to be considered by the committee. Please type the document number in the subject line. Public discussion and committee responses will be made available at a later time. The draft standards will become an official ACI standard after the discussion period closes and the committee responds to the discussion received.
To see a summary of all ACI draft standards in process or recently completed, please click here.
On Wednesday, January 18, 2011 the Arizona Chapter started the year with new officers and three directors. Our 2012 newly elected president Ray Russo with Sika Corporation began the meeting by introducing this year’s newly elected officers followed by the exciting evening’s program.
The chapter meeting topic was “Concrete Petrography” by Derek X. Cong of WJE. The objective of the presentation was to let our audience know about a unique and indispensible tool in trouble shooting materials-related construction problems. How it can identify problems in concrete mix design, placement, finishing, curing, and service.
Mr. Cong outlined the basic principles and methods of concrete petrography, and he demonstrated through case studies, how concrete petrography can help engineers to identify construction related problems. Thank you to this month’s guest speaker!
Rosa Dooley, P.E.
Ray Russo, President (left), Rosa Dooley, P.E. Program Chair & Derek Cong
our evening speaker (right)