COVID and Concrete Repair Industry Roundtable Webinar - Canada
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ICRI COVID Panel Webinar-Canada - July 17 - 1:00-2:00pm Central

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7/17/2020
When: Friday, July 17, 2020
1:00-2:00 pm CDT | 2:00-3:00 pm EDT
Where: Webinar
United States
Contact: ICRI
+1 651-366-6095

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Join us on Friday, July 17

Join us as a panel of industry experts discuss and examine the effects of and responses to the COVID-19 pandemic across the various aspects of our industry and in the different parts of Canada.

Learning Objectives
  • Hear from industry leaders from different sectors of the concrete repair industry about the impacts on the industry and forecast for the future due to COVID-19
  • Gain industry insights from different parts of the Canada
  • Learn about different business strategies to adapt to COVID-19 and approaches to employee safety
Cost: Complimentary

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Panelists
Pierre Hebert

Pierre Hébert: Pierre Hébert holds the position of Application Field Manager R&D at SIKA. He is recognized for his enthusiasm by his participation in numerous associations including the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI), the Tile Terrazzo Marble Association of Canada (TTMAC) the Quebec Federation of Floor Coverings (FQRS), the Montreal chapter of Construction Specification Canada (CSC) and the Quebec and Eastern Ontario section of the American Concrete Institute (ACI). He also works on several technical committees across North America and he’s author of numerous articles in trade magazines.



David Whitmore

David Whitmore: David Whitmore is President and Chief Innovation Officer for Vector Corrosion Technologies, a company that specializes in extending the life of corroding reinforced concrete structures.

Dave is a registered Professional Engineer, an ICRI Fellow and member for over 25 years. He is a member of ICRI Committees; 510 Corrosion, 150 ICRI Notes on ACI Concrete Repair Code, 160 Sustainability and 320 Concrete Repair Materials and Methods. He served two terms on TAC and was chair of the Corrosion subcommittee responsible for development of Guideline No. 510.1-2013: “Guide for Electrochemical Techniques to Mitigate the Corrosion of Steel for Reinforced Concrete Structures.”

He was involved with Federal Highway Administration on the Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP) and 2 SHRP projects regarding Electrochemical Chloride Extraction, Cathodic Protection of concrete bridge structures and Bridges for Service Life Beyond 100 Years.



Craig Nicoletti

Craig Nicoletti, P.Eng.: Craig is Partner with Engineering Link Incorporated. With 15 plus years of structural engineering experience, Craig’s tenacity and drive bring a high level of proficiency to the numerous structural engineering projects he leads across all sectors. Craig’s commitment to each project and his responsiveness to the needs of clients has recently earned him the position of Partner at the firm.

Craig also co-manages and mentors a team of 15 structural engineers and designers, providing technical auditing support and guiding them towards becoming the next generation of skilled engineers and project leaders.

Craig is familiar with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and has completed the required training to become a management representative of the firm’s Joint Health & Safety Committee. Craig is currently on the management team developing Engineering Link’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Site Health & Safety Policies and Return to Work Safely Programs.



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