Concrete repair and restoration professionals don’t have far to go to find harsh environments. These conditions – weather, size, scope, materials, and water depth – all fall under the definition. That is why there is no time like the present to take advantage of the relationships you have with other ICRI members around the world. ICRI has put together a series of 20 technical presentations designed to give you what you need to be successful in this industry. Contacts, education, knowledge, and experience, all can be found in one place.
This convention will provide an opportunity for both the novice and seasoned professionals to expand their understanding of the industry and of harsh conditions. Learn more about surface preparation, waterproofing, RFP’s, cathodic protection, and much more. Take this opportunity to see, first hand, how the advantages of ICRI membership can work for you at the ICIR 2016 Spring Convention. Hear what is happening, see who’s making it happen, and get yourself involved in the process.
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