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NCCACI Presents Wet-Weather Strategies for Handling Concrete Placements Exposed To Rain - Webinar

  • 23 Jun 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Go-To-Meeting Webinar
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Join us for our June 2020 Webinar

NCCACI Presents

"Wet-Weather Strategies for Handling Concrete Placements Exposed To Rain"

Tuesday June 23, 2020

Go-To-Meeting Webinar

Speaker:  Ronald L. Kozikowski, P.E.  


Whether you are an owner, contractor, or engineer, there is a good chance you’ve had to deal with a concrete placement exposed to rain. Scheduling demands often force contractors to work with rain events rather than cancel placements. If a rain event occurs during a placement, concrete can still be placed safely if the rain event is handled properly. This presentation will discuss how different stages of placing and finishing are affected by a rain event and what preventative actions/options are available to contractors at each stage. ACI 301 “Specifications for Structural Concrete” references the development of a wet-weather plan; however, this is rarely known or utilized. We will discuss the benefits of a wet-weather plan and what one should include. Repair options will also be covered for those placements that have been negatively affected by rain.

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Speaker: Ron Kozikowski

Vice President at North Starr Concrete Consulting

Ronald Kozikowski is a Professional Engineer, specializing in troubleshooting concrete construction issues. With 20 years of concrete construction industry experience, Ron has been the Vice President of North Starr Concrete Consulting since 2012. Throughout his career, he has developed extensive knowledge and expertise in a broad range of concrete materials related subject matter. Ron is a member and voting member of several industry organizations, including ACI, and is a well-respected and trusted educator having taught and given technical presentations at numerous conventions and conferences. He has authored more than 30 technical articles and is co-author on a book focused on topping slab design for the American Society of Concrete Contractors. Ron is licensed in both Illinois and New Hampshire and holds a BS in Civil Engineering and a MS in Materials/Structural Engineering from the University of New Hampshire.

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