Total Credits: 1 PDH, 1 AIA Credits
This 60-minute session will be comprised of a 10-15 minute introduction to ACI 562, followed by a 45-minute moderated panel discussion.
The presentation will introduce the audience to ACI 562, providing a history and purpose of the code, how the code impacts various stakeholders in the concrete repair industry and what stakeholders can do to assist in adoption efforts on a local and national level.
Once the introduction is completed, the moderator will present pre-submitted and live questions from the virtual audience to a panel of various experienced stakeholders from the industry, including Specifiers, Contractors, Manufacturer/Distributor, and Owners. These questions will allow each stakeholder to present their perspective(s) on the code, and their varying opinions will spark an engaging conversation.
Participants are encouraged to submit questions prior to the event by emailing ICRI Technical Director Dave Fuller at email@example.com, but they can also ask at any time during the discussion.
|How ACI CODE 562-21 Impacts Stakeholders in the Concrete Repair Industry (428.2 KB)
|Available after Registration
Keith Kesner, PhD, PE, SE, FACI is a Senior Project Manager with CVM Engineers in King of Prussia, PA. Keith is a former chair of ACI Committee 562 which recently published ACI 562-19 Code Requirements for Assessment, Repair and Rehabilitation of Existing Concrete Structures. Keith is a licensed professional engineer registered in several states and a licensed structural engineer in Illinois, Massachusetts, and Hawaii. Keith received his engineering degrees from the University of Connecticut and Cornell University.
David G. Tepke, PE is a Principal Engineer and Group Manager at SKA Consulting Engineers, Inc.,