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How to Address a Concrete Repair Issue

In this fifth session, we will discuss the several key aspects of repair preparedness that can influence a project. These aspects include how to communicate with the engineer and owner regarding proper shoring and structure stability; considerations of the repair schedule when other work is ongoing; and how to opt for the right approach for the task at hand.

June 1, 2022

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WOC360 Pre-Construction Webinar Series

Date: Aug 31, 2022

Duration: 1 Hr

A productive pre-construction meeting is often the next-to-last opportunity for contractors, design professionals and owners to adjust schedules, update specifications, and incorporate the newest technologies prior to concrete placement. These conversations often focus on the action items listed in the Checklist for the Concrete Pre-Construction Conference, published by the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association and the American Society of Concrete Contractors.

In our exclusive Pre-Construction Webinar Series, we'll interview experts who will provide insights on specific checklist actions they’ve recently discussed in meetings held prior to the start of concrete projects.  The experts will share the challenges they faced and the solutions they discussed. Learning from their experiences, you’ll be able to improve your productivity and margins.

Concrete repair contractors often deal with a lot of unknowns and uncertainty before and during the project. Many repair projects require special approaches depending on the job conditions. It’s important to have a clear line of communication between design professionals, owner, and the crew. 

In this fifth session, we will discuss the several key aspects of repair preparedness that can influence a project. These aspects include how to communicate with the engineer and owner regarding proper shoring and structure stability; considerations of the repair schedule when other work is ongoing; and how to opt for the right approach for the task at hand.

Contractors, architects and engineers who attend this webinar will be given a Certificate of Attendance for self-reporting certification purposes.

Learning objectives from this webinar:

  • Determine how to select the most effective concrete repair technique to match the project’s needs

  • Select the matching repair material for the type of repair

Speakers

Jay ThomasJay Thomas

Vice President

Structural Technologies

Dave FullerDave Fuller

Technical Director

International Concrete Repair Institute

Rick YeltonRick Yelton

Editor at Large

World of Concrete

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