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ACI 2009 Products and Services Catalog

ACI 2009 Products and Services Catalog



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2009 ACI Catalog
2009 ACI Catalog

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Published by: American Concrete Institute (ACI) on Jun 15, 2009
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2009 Catalog 
Publications – Technical Inormation – Seminars – Certifcations – Conventions – Membership
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 ACI Certifcation Training: Concrete Field Testing Technician - Grade I
Full course (6 modules): $149, $119 or ACI membersIndividual modules: $30Online Certifcation training or ACI Concrete Field Testing Technicians - Grade ITraining on all seven ASTM Standards covered by the ACI Certifcation exam
 ACI Certifcation Training: Concrete Strength Testing Technician
Full course (4 modules): $99, $79 or ACI membersIndividual modules: $30Online Certifcation training or ACI Concrete Strength Testing TechnicianTraining on all our ASTM Standards covered by the ACI Certifcation exam
Now Available – ACI & Elsevier eLearning’s First Two Online Courses:
Both o these courses include:
Practice examsDemonstration videos o all tests required or ACI CertifcationA fnal assessment* test o your overall knowledge o the ASTM Standards covered in each moduleAbility to stop, start, and revisit the material as oten as needed or 12 monthsCertifcate o Completion issued by ACI
* Separate written and perormance exams, administered through an ACI Local Sponsoring Group, are required toreceive certifcation rom ACI 
 Additional topics will be launched in 2009
Benefts o ACI and Elsevier eLearning 
Benefts to Individuals:
Learn more eectivelyLearn at your own pace, on your own time—available 24/7Earn CEUs
Benefts to Companies:
Measurable resultsIntergrates easily into existing training eorts– and makes it more eectiveSaves travel time and costsTraining fts your company’s schedule
Visit our Web site: ACIelearning.org
2009 Catalog 
Founded in 1904
,the American Concrete Institute is a technical and education society dedicated toimproving the design, construction, maintenance, and repair o concrete and masonry structures.Our annual catalog is a compilation o the products and services we oer. It includes a description o hundredso technical committee documents, Special Publications, and Symposium Publications. It also lists education andcertifcation publications; convention, seminar, and certifcation programs; and inormation on how to join ACI.
Symbols and Related Inormation
Whenever possible, the use o phrases, characters, and numbers has been standardized. For example, the phrase“Also in MCP-1 and MCP CD-ROM” indicates that a standard or report is also reproduced in the 2009
Manual of Concrete Practice
(MCP), Part 1, and the 2009 MCP CD-ROM. A similar naming convention applies to the documentscontained in the other parts o the MCP. The content o the 2009
Manual of Concrete Practice
, Parts 1 through 6, isound in the middle section o this catalog, pages 51-54.Index numbers such as 301-05 or 302.1R-04 indicate an ACI technical committee document. The number beore thedecimal point is the sponsoring committee number. I a document is a report, the number is ollowed by the letter “R.”I no letter is shown, the document is a standard. The last two numbers indicate year o publication.Special and Symposium Publications are designated by the letters SP ollowed by a number. For example, SP-2designates Special Publication No. 2. SCM denotes seminar course manuals, CCS denotes concrete cratsman series,and certifcation publications have CP beore the product number (such as CP-1(09)).This catalog is arranged according to technical topics. It can be searched either by the Topical Index in the ront othe catalog or by the Numerical Index in the back. Below is a summary o what you will fnd in this catalog:
Topical Index Page 3-8Certifcation Programs Page 14-17Spanish Documents/Documentos en Español Page 25Design (Including Building Code Requirements) Page 28-30Educational Seminars Page 31-332009 ACI Convention Details Page 502009
 Manual of Concrete Practice
Page 51-54Industry Publications Page 86-91Numerical Index Page 92-96Membership Inormation/Application Page 98-100Ordering Inormation Page 102Order Form Page 103-104
The American Concrete Institute is committed to providing knowledge and inormation on the best use oconcrete. I you have any suggestions, comments, or questions about the content o this catalog, please contactDiane Baloh at Diane.Baloh@concrete.org or (248) 848-3706.
Cover: Photo courtesy of Steve Hall© Hedrich Blessing.
Phone: (248) 848-3800FAX: (248) 848-3801Mail: American Concrete Institute38800 Country Club DriveFarmington Hills, MI 48331USA 
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