ICRI Committees

Play a vital role in the direction of ICRI and the repair and restoration industry by participating in an ICRI committee. Whether your interests lay in organizational marketing or the technical aspects of the industry, ICRI has a committee to fit your talents.

Participate in one of ICRI’s administrative committees and set ICRI’s direction in education and industry outreach programs, domestic and international marketing, budget planning,and the selection of ICRI Fellows and Project of the Year Award winners.

Your technical expertise can benefit many of ICRI’s technical committees. The technical committees follow industry trends, innovative technologies, and develop solutions to assist the concrete restoration and repair industry. Many committees develop guidelines that level the playing field for engineers, manufacturers, contractors, etc. All share a common goal—to perform the highest quality work possible.

We are currently revising the form to join a committee. If you have questions about ICRI committees, please contact Dale Regnier for assistance. 

Administrative Committees

ICRI’s Administrative Committees report directly to the ICRI Board of Directors. These committees lay the groundwork for the organization and work to ensure its continued growth and success.
Pierre Hebert, Sika Canada, Inc.
Chaired by the ICRI President, the Executive Committee is made up of the President, Past President, President-Elect, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, as well as the TAC Chair and Executive Director (who have no voting privileges). This committee can act for the ICRI Board of Directors in any matters requiring attention between regular Board meetings
Pierre Hebert, Sika Canada, Inc.
Chaired by the ICRI President, the Board of Directors is the governing body of ICRI with overall responsibility for its operation. The Board of Directors is comprised of the President, President-elect, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, fifteen (15) elected Directors, and the Immediate Past President.
Kenny Hopfensperger, Euclid Chemical
The Awards Committee administers ICRI’s annual Project Awards Program. Activities include maintaining the Project Award Rules and awards submittal process, selecting the pool of judges for each year’s judging based on geographic location of the Fall Convention (where the Awards are presented each year), and reviewing the awards program as needed.
Michelle Nobel, MAPEI Corporation

The Chapters Committee studies and develops policies and guidelines for the operation and development of US and International Chapters of the Institute and encourages their formation.

Standing activities include: facilitating the Chapter Awards program, maintaining the ICRI Guide to Chapter Organization and Operation, monitoring chapter activities worldwide, reviewing chapter charters for approval, and setting chapter policies.

The Committee also oversees all international activities of ICRI, such as participation in international conferences.

Pat Gallagher, PULLMAN
The Conventions Committee works with ICRI staff on the parameters of ICRI’s meeting and conventions. It establishes items such as convention themes and forum topics and is developing convention guidelines, especially with chapter participation in mind.
Brian MacNeil, Mac & Mac Hydrodemolition
Chaired by the President-Elect, the Coordinating Committee is made up of the current President-elect and the sitting TAC Chairperson as Vice-chairs, all ICRI Administrative Committee Chairs, all ICRI Technical Committee Chairs, and members of the Technical Activities Committee. This committee is designed to facilitate harmonization of document development and committee operation process between ICRI committees.
Ralph C. Jones, Structural Engineering Associates
The Fellows Committee administers the ICRI Fellows program. It reviews nominations for Fellows and makes recommendations to the ICRI Board of Directors for ICRI Fellows each year. The committee also oversees ICRI’s other personal awards, The Distinguished Service Award and the Honorary Member designation.
David Karins, Karins Engineering Group, Inc.
The Finance Committee is chaired by ICRI’s Treasurer and oversees ICRI’s budget and finances. It gathers all budgets submitted by individual committees and makes recommendations to the ICRI board on specific committee budgets. The committee also works with ICRI staff to develop the yearly budget.
Ed Kluckowski, Freyssinet, LLC
This committee oversees ICRI’s organizational marketing programs and activities. The committee oversees ICRI trade show participation, website updates, and any other activity that involves ICRI trying to reach its membership and beyond.
Angela Echols, Watson Bowman Acme
This committee oversees ICRI membership recruitment and retention activities. The committee oversees the ICRI membership experience for all constituencies, recruitment, and retention programs, dues evaluation and membership value propositions.
Chair: Elena Kessi, Aquafin Building Product Systems
Vice Chair: John McDougall, Baker Roofing Co., Inc.
The Past-Past President of ICRI always chairs this committee and it is vice-chaired by the Immediate Past President. Its members are elected by the whole ICRI membership. The Nominating Committee reviews the nominations for the ICRI Board and Executive Committee and develops a slate of candidates for ICRI’s yearly elections.
Tara Toren-Rudisill, Thornton Tomasetti
Women in ICRI is comprised of women and men working to foster greater inclusion of women throughout the concrete construction industry through networking events, industry outreach and mentoring.
Pierre Hebert, Sika Canada, Inc.
Chaired by the ICRI President, the Executive Committee is made up of the President, Past President, President-Elect, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, as well as the TAC Chair and Executive Director (who have no voting privileges). This committee can act for the ICRI Board of Directors in any matters requiring attention between regular Board meetings
Pierre Hebert, Sika Canada, Inc.
Chaired by the ICRI President, the Board of Directors is the governing body of ICRI with overall responsibility for its operation. The Board of Directors is comprised of the President, President-elect, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, fifteen (15) elected Directors, and the Immediate Past President.
Kenny Hopfensperger, Euclid Chemical
The Awards Committee administers ICRI’s annual Project Awards Program. Activities include maintaining the Project Award Rules and awards submittal process, selecting the pool of judges for each year’s judging based on geographic location of the Fall Convention (where the Awards are presented each year), and reviewing the awards program as needed.
Michelle Nobel, MAPEI Corporation

The Chapters Committee studies and develops policies and guidelines for the operation and development of US and International Chapters of the Institute and encourages their formation.

Standing activities include: facilitating the Chapter Awards program, maintaining the ICRI Guide to Chapter Organization and Operation, monitoring chapter activities worldwide, reviewing chapter charters for approval, and setting chapter policies.

The Committee also oversees all international activities of ICRI, such as participation in international conferences.

Pat Gallagher, PULLMAN
The Conventions Committee works with ICRI staff on the parameters of ICRI’s meeting and conventions. It establishes items such as convention themes and forum topics and is developing convention guidelines, especially with chapter participation in mind.
Brian MacNeil, Mac & Mac Hydrodemolition
Chaired by the President-Elect, the Coordinating Committee is made up of the current President-elect and the sitting TAC Chairperson as Vice-chairs, all ICRI Administrative Committee Chairs, all ICRI Technical Committee Chairs, and members of the Technical Activities Committee. This committee is designed to facilitate harmonization of document development and committee operation process between ICRI committees.
Ralph C. Jones, Structural Engineering Associates
The Fellows Committee administers the ICRI Fellows program. It reviews nominations for Fellows and makes recommendations to the ICRI Board of Directors for ICRI Fellows each year. The committee also oversees ICRI’s other personal awards, The Distinguished Service Award and the Honorary Member designation.
David Karins, Karins Engineering Group, Inc.
The Finance Committee is chaired by ICRI’s Treasurer and oversees ICRI’s budget and finances. It gathers all budgets submitted by individual committees and makes recommendations to the ICRI board on specific committee budgets. The committee also works with ICRI staff to develop the yearly budget.
Ed Kluckowski, Freyssinet, LLC
This committee oversees ICRI’s organizational marketing programs and activities. The committee oversees ICRI trade show participation, website updates, and any other activity that involves ICRI trying to reach its membership and beyond.
Angela Echols, Watson Bowman Acme
This committee oversees ICRI membership recruitment and retention activities. The committee oversees the ICRI membership experience for all constituencies, recruitment, and retention programs, dues evaluation and membership value propositions.
Chair: Elena Kessi, Aquafin Building Product Systems
Vice Chair: John McDougall, Baker Roofing Co., Inc.
The Past-Past President of ICRI always chairs this committee and it is vice-chaired by the Immediate Past President. Its members are elected by the whole ICRI membership. The Nominating Committee reviews the nominations for the ICRI Board and Executive Committee and develops a slate of candidates for ICRI’s yearly elections.
Chair: Natalie Faber, Balco, Inc.
Vice Chair: Adam Bakeman, Walker Consultants
Bradley Rogers, Buckeye Construction & Restoration, Ltd.

The ICRI Professional Development (PD) Committee will focus efforts on the creation, implementation and, marketing for new and existing certifications and continuing education programs. The PD Committee will act as an ICRI liaison with the Executive Director/EC/BOD/Technical Director to seek out partnerships with like associations/organizations within the construction industry to promote and communicate ICRI certifications and technical offerings.

Tara Toren-Rudisill, Thornton Tomasetti
Women in ICRI is comprised of women and men working to foster greater inclusion of women throughout the concrete construction industry through networking events, industry outreach and mentoring.

Technical Committees

Participation on ICRI technical committees and subcommittees increases your knowledge in almost every area of concrete repair and restoration, and you will stay on the leading edge of industry best practices.
Chair: Matthew Sherman, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, Inc.

TAC recommends, implements, and oversees technical activities consistent with policies established by the ICRI Board of Directors. This includes monitoring and oversight of all technical activities for content, progress, and compliance with approved policies. Activities include production of guidelines and other documents for use by the concrete repair industry as the committee deems necessary and appropriate and oversight of convention technical sessions, including selection of speakers and session moderators.

A TAC subcommittee was appointed in 2014 to conduct a detailed review of the current document development process and propose revisions as appropriate for TAC consideration. As a result of this study, TAC has increased emphasis on development of technical offerings from technical committees other than printed media. These products include PowerPoint presentations, videos, webinars, guide specifications, and input for certification programs. A number of suggestions to streamline the overall production process have been adopted by the Strategic Implementation Committee.

  • TAC-A Technical Programs
    Chair: Peter Golter, 3M
    This subcommittee is responsible for selection of presentations for technical sessions at each ICRI convention.
Chair: Liying Jiang, STRUCTURAL Technologies

The ICRI guide specification and commentary 110.1, “Guide Specifications for Structural Concrete Repairs,” was published in January 2016. The purpose of this guide specification is to aid the Design Professional in the preparation of technical specifications, for inclusion directly into contracts for construction of concrete repairs that are in line with the state-of-the-art materials and methods used in the concrete repair industry. Its primary focus is to provide an outline for developing the three parts of the specification through suggested text, references, and commentary for evaluating alternatives. The Committee also developed a PowerPoint presentation that describes the guide specification. Committee 110 is currently developing guide specifications for, “Epoxy Injection of Concrete Cracks,” and “Cementitious Bonded Overlays.”

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Chair: Paul Farrell, Carolina Restoration & Waterproofing, Inc., a C.A. Lindman Company

The committee continues to explore potential methods for improved marketing of Technical Guideline No. 120.1-2009, “Guidelines and Recommendations for Safety in the Concrete Repair Industry.” A Spanish version of the guide was produced and introduced at World of Concrete 2013. A Task Group continues to make progress revising the original Guideline 120.1.The committee developed 3 white papers that are free to ICRI members.

The committee drafts content for “Safety Solutions,” an occasional column in the Concrete Repai Bulletin (CRB). The committee is also working with the Awards Committee to include a “Safety” element in documentation for project awards.

Chair: Marthe Brock, Master Builders Solutions USA

Guideline No. 130.1R, “Guide for Methods of Measurement and Contract Types for Concrete Repair Work” was published in 2009. This guide is intended to assist owners, consultants, and contractors in defining recommended methods of quantity measurement and contract types for concrete repair work.

The committee is developing a procurement document to provide guidance to owners, designers, and contractors on ways to formalize agreements among themselves to design and/or perform restoration projects. The guideline will discuss responsibilities and liabilities of each member of the restoration team, give examples of different contracting methods, and establish an ICRI recommended process to serve as the industry standard.

ICRI 130.2, “Guideline for Procurement of Concrete Repair Services,” has been reviewed by TAC and approved pending satisfactory compliance with review comments (Spring 2017). Once the committee has revised the document, it will be returned to TAC for a compliance check and publication.

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Chair: Vincent LaPointe, SIMCO Technologies

Committee 160 drafted a chapter, “Sustainable Concrete Repairs,” included in the US Green Concrete Council’s book, “The Sustainable Concrete Guide – Applications.” A White Paper, “Sustainability for Repairing and Maintaining Concrete and Masonry Buildings,” was reviewed by TAC and approved for publication in April 2014. An Introduction to the White Paper was published in the Sept/Oct 2014 CRB. The entire White Paper can be downloaded from the Free Publications page.

The committee has also drafted guidance on how sustainability issues can be addressed in other ICRI technical documents and criteria for the Awards Committee to use in judging nominations for a Sustainability Award. Criteria for the Sustainability Award were approved and submitted for TAC review (Spring 2016). There were a number of questions about some criteria for the sustainability award, particularly carbon footprint, being available to those preparing nominations. The Committee160 Chair volunteered to lead further discussion of these questions with the 160 and Awards committee.

A draft document, “Guideline for Evaluating Concrete and Masonry Building for Sustainability,” was posted on the 160 website following the Fall 2013 meeting. Subsequent reviews indicated that division into two individual guidelines for concrete and masonry buildings was preferable. Consequently, separate document development requests were submitted to TAC and approved at the Spring 2014 meeting. The committee reported (Spring 2015) that progress is being made on both guidelines. The committee reported (Spring 2016) that sections from the Life Cycle report will be incorporated into the concrete sustainability document. Plans were to complete this document by the end of 2016. A PowerPoint presentation will also be created to lead the user through the process.

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Co-Chair: Charles Mitchell, Smislova, Kehnemui & Associates, P.A. Co-Chair: David Rodler, Smislova, Kehnemui & Associates, P.A.

The committee reported (Fall 2015) that they planned to create an educational program based on Guideline 210.3R–2013, “Guide for Using In-Situ Tensile Pulloff Tests to Evaluate Bond of Concrete Surface Materials.” This video and “how to guide” will be a companion document to the existing guideline. A Document Development Request for a 1 to 2 hour web-based educational module for applications, testing, and interpretation of in-situ pull-off tests was submitted to TAC and approved at the Spring 2016 meeting. Committee 210 reported (Spring 2017) that work on format and content for the training webinar continues toward a goal to ballot by May 2017.

A task group was developed (Fall 2016) for investigating educational materials from extra technical content that was prepared as part of the surface repair technician certification program. A conference call will be held after the convention to further develop this effort. In addition, a task group was formed (Spring 2017) to explore development of potential products (rebar samples, photos, etc.) that could be used to illustrate the various stages of reinforcing steel corrosion, cleanliness, etc.

Guideline 210.4-2009, “NDE Methods for Condition Assessment, Repair, and Performance Monitoring of Structures,” has been reviewed and revised. Proposed changes will be reviewed by key personnel in the testing industry prior to an anticipated ballot in April 2017.

  • 210-A Verification of Epoxy Injection of Concrete Cracks
    Chair: Matt Sherman, Simpson, Gumpertz & Heger
    The revised document 210.1R, “Guide for Verifying Field Performance of Epoxy Injection of Concrete Cracks,” was published in January 2016.

 

  • 210-C Tensile Pull-Off Testing
    Chair: Todd Allen, Universal Construction Testing/Radarview
    The revised document 210.3R-2013, “Guide to Using In-Situ Tensile Pull-Off Tests to Evaluate Bond of Concrete Surface Materials,” was published in December 2013.

 

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Chair: Pete Haveron, Texas Concrete Restoration Inc.

Guideline 310.1R-2008, “Guide for Surface Preparation for the Repair of Deteriorated Concrete Resulting from Reinforcing Steel Corrosion,” was published in March 2009. A Task Group was formed at the Fall 2015 meeting to revise Guideline 310.1R. The revision is continuing with current to include a PPT presentation with 10-15 questions that could be used for continuing education credit. There are similar plans for Guidelines 310.2 and 310.3. The revised Guideline 310.3R, “Preparation of Concrete Surfaces for Repair Using Hydrodemolition Method,” was published in June 2014.

  • 310-A Sealers, Coatings and Polymer Overlays
    Guideline 310.2R-2013, “Selecting and Specifying Concrete Surface Preparation for Sealers, Coatings, Polymer Overlays, and Concrete Repair,” was revised to include a more aggressive profile chip (CSP 10) and additional content. The guideline was published in October 2013.

 

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Chair: Joshua Lloyd, SGS-TEC Services, Inc.

Guideline No. 320.3R-2012, “Guide for Inorganic Repair Material Data Sheet Protocol,” is available as a free download from the Free Publications page.

  • 320-A Application Methods for Concrete Surface Repair
    Chair: Peter Kolf, MKA International, Inc.
    The revised Guideline 320.1R-1996, “Selecting Application Methods for the Repair of Concrete Surfaces,” was approved by TAC pending satisfactory compliance with review comments (Fall 2014). Committee 320 then proposed to update selected sections of the document in accordance with TAC comments and submit for a preliminary TAC review (June 2015) before proceeding with the entire document. Based on a preliminary review of three sections (September 2015), TAC concluded that the revised format was acceptable pending consideration of review comments. Current plans are to update the remaining sections, including photos and graphics, and submit for 320 ballot by June 2017.
  • 320-B Materials for Concrete Surface Repair
    Chair: Ashish Dubey, PhD, FACI, USG Corporation
    Guideline No. 320.2R-2009 (formerly 03733), “Selecting and Specifying Materials for the Repair of Concrete Surfaces,” was successfully balloted in March 2014 with 4 negative votes to be resolved. The document was revised based on comments from the previous review and successfully balloted in January 2015. The revised guideline was submitted for TAC review June 2015. TAC approved pending compliance with review comments October 2015. The revised draft was checked for compliance by TAC and approved document was submitted to staff for publication Nov 2016. ICRI staff has requested color photographs. The goal is to publish the guideline before the Fall 2017 Convention.
  • 320-C Grout Material Data Sheet Protocol
    Chair: Aamer Syed, Sika Corporation
    The “Guideline Structural Grouts Material Data Sheet Protocol” was submitted for TAC review in January 2014. TAC returned the document to Committee 320 for revision, reballot, and resubmittal to TAC. The revised document was successfully balloted September 2015 and submitted for TAC review March 2016. TAC approved the document, pending satisfactory compliance with review comments, Sep 2016. Current plans are to update the document to address the TAC review comments and submit for 320 approval ballot by June 2017.
  • 320-D Pictorial Atlas of Concrete Repair Equipment
    Chair: Charles Hanskat, American Shotcrete Association
    Guideline 320.5R-2014, “Pictorial Atlas of Concrete Repair Equipment,” was revised to include a section on finishing and hand tools, approved by TAC, and published in May 2014. The committee is currently collecting information on other types of equipment (i.e. pumps, shotcrete equipment, slab jacking equipment) to expand the guideline. Current plans are to expand the pictorial guide to include a new chapter on pumps and shotcrete equipment by Nov 2017.

A Committee 320 request to develop a guideline, “Concrete Cracks – Identification, Cause, Prevention, and Repair,” was approved by TAC at the Fall 2014 meeting. TAC emphasized that the committee concentrate on development of a document that will educate users in evaluation of potential causes of cracks based on physical appearance, location, size, etc. Plans were to base this educational/training tool on courseware provided to the committee by Simpson Strong-Tie. TAC reviewed the craze cracking module and endorsed the concept and format (Spring 2016). TAC also noted that this effort should be coordinated with Administrative Committees, including Education, Marketing, and Finance for assistance in their areas of expertise.

A Go To Market Form was recently submitted to ICRI. Also, an IDEA Form was submitted to ICRI Secretariat. A task group was formed to develop technical content for five (5) individual crack modules and assigned all other modules to members for preparation of technical content (PowerPoint). Plans are to submit the initial 5 modules for TAC preliminary approval in July 2017.

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Chair: Tarek Alkhrdaji, Structural Technologies

Guideline No. 330.1-2006, “Selection of Strengthening Systems for Concrete Structures,” was reapproved in 2012. It was noted (Spring 2016) that the document should be revised to include fiber-reinforced cementitious materials (FRCM); however, a schedule for revision has not been established.  Instead, the committee has concentrated on drafting a guide specification and commentary for externally bonded FRP fabric systems for strengthening concrete structures.

TAC approved the specification pending satisfactory compliance with review comments at the Fall 2014 meeting.  The revised draft was submitted to TAC (December 2015) to determine compliance with review comments. Following format changes, ICRI 330.2, “ Guide Specifications for Externally Bonded FRP Fabric Systems,” was forwarded to staff (March 2016).for final edit and publication (October 2016).  Future plans include development of additional guide specs for FRP laminates and FRP NSM.

A review of a draft outline for a FRP Applicator Certification Program (Spring 2015) generated significant discussion, questions, comments, and concerns. A revised outline was successfully balloted September 2015. Work assignments were made for committee members to supply slides/videos, etc., for the technical content of the certification program (Spring 2016). Based on discussions at the Spring 2017 Committee 330 meeting, it was decided to replace “Applicator” with “Inspector” in the title of the certification program. A revised outline and content requirements for the FRP Inspector Certification program was submitted for TAC review in April 2017. 

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Chair: Jason Coleman, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.

Guideline No. 410.1-2008, “Guide for the Evaluation of Masonry Facade Structures,” was released in March 2009. This guideline describes the tools, techniques, and processes that are used in the evaluation of masonry facade structures.

Following publication of the evaluation document, the committee began drafting a guideline for repair and strengthening of masonry facade structures. Reportedly, a committee ballot of the repair guideline was initiated with a closure date of Dec 12, 2013; however, no results were reported to TAC. This effort remained inactive until the Spring 2017 meeting when the current committee leadership decided to explore completion of the guideline and requested a current copy of the draft document along with any available TAC comments.

New committee topics and goals were discussed at the Fall 2014 meeting and the committee proposed development of a series of “Practice Guides.” A document development request, “Practice Guide: In-place Stabilization of Terra Cotta,” was submitted to TAC and approved at the Fall 2014 meeting. TAC advised that the guide should emphasize “how to use” appropriate stabilization techniques and detailed technical background on procedures should be minimized or avoided.

Recent committee meetings and interim virtual meetings have been devoted to development, review, and editing of the Practice Guide. Currently, the guide is approximately 85% complete and scheduled for completion by the Fall 2017 convention.

Chair: Jorge Costa, Durability, Inc.

A request for development of a “Guide for Conducting Half-Cell Potential, Corrosion Rate, and Resistivity Testing for Steel Reinforced Concrete Structures” was reviewed and approved by TAC at the Fall 2014 meeting. Recent committee meetings at conventions and interim virtual meetings have been used to draft and review sections of the guideline. Current plans are to complete and ballot the guide by the Fall 2017 convention. The committee also plans to develop presentation(s) to introduce the guide/testing techniques.

  • 510-A Electrochemical Techniques for Corrosion Mitigation in Concrete Structures
    Chair: David Whitmore, Vector Corrosion Technologies
    Guideline 510.1, “Electrochemical Techniques to Mitigate the Corrosion of Steel for Reinforced Concrete Structures,” was approved by TAC in January 2013 and published in June 2013.

 

  • 510-B Corrosion Inhibitors
    Chair: Tim Gillespie, Sika Corporation
    Guideline No. 510.2, ‘Use of Penetrating Surface Treatments for Corrosion Mitigation of Reinforced Concrete Structures,” was submitted for TAC review at the Spring 2015 meeting. The TAC Review Group recommendation to approve the document pending satisfactory compliance with review comments was approved by TAC. Responses to TAC review comments were completed and approved by Spring 2016 committee meeting ballot. The document was revised in response to review comments and was submitted to TAC Aug 2016 for a compliance check. Upon receipt of the additional information requested, the document was deemed to be in compliance with TAC review comments and the approved draft was submitted to staff Nov 2016 for publication. Images requested by staff will be provided by committee by the end of Mar 2017, with publication of the document shortly thereafter. Committee 510 submitted a Document Development Request for a PowerPoint presentation describing the corrosion inhibitor guideline for TAC consideration and approval at the Fall 2016 meeting.

 

Chair: Eric Muench, Sika Corporation
  • 710-A Horizontal Waterproofing of Traffic Surfaces
    Guideline 710.2-2014, “Guide for Horizontal Waterproofing of Traffic Surfaces,” was published in October 2014.

 

  • 710-B Moisture-Related Issues with Concrete Floor Finishes
    The draft Guideline, “Moisture-Related Issues with Concrete Floor Finishes,” was submitted to Committee 710 for ballot in March 2014. The ballot was unsuccessful because at least 1/2 of all voting members on the committee roster did not cast an affirmative vote. A new subcommittee ballot was initiated with a Dec 1, 2015 closure. Enough votes were received to make this a valid ballot. Unfortunately, results of this ballot (list of voters, comments, etc.) were apparently lost in the website transition to Ewald. After the balloting issue was resolved, the document was reballoted Feb/Mar 2017. This ballot was unsuccessful because of negative votes that must be resolved.

 

  • 710-D Polymer Flooring Systems
    Guideline No. 710.1-2004, “Design, Installation, and Maintenance of Protective Flooring Systems,” was published as a joint document with NACE and SSPC. The Guideline contains detailed information on the aspects of flooring technology, performance properties, surface preparation requirements, installation procedures, and testing to help the user attain long-term service from a variety of polymer flooring systems in a wide range of applications.

 

  • 710-E Grouting
    Chair: David Dorsch
    The Grouting Task Group produced Guideline No. 340.1, “Guide for the Selection of Grouts to Control Leakage in Concrete Structures,” in 2006. TAC disbanded the Task Group when ICRI adopted the current Committee structure and transferred responsibility for document maintenance to Committee 710 (Spring 2014) that Committee 710 initiate a ballot to reapprove this document, then begin a revision as appropriate. The committee reported (Fall 2014) that a subcommittee has been formed to revise the document.

     

    Reportedly (Spring 2015) the document has significant deficiencies and should be completely rewritten. Also, the subcommittee proposes to revise the title to “Nonstructural Grouting for Leaking Structures.” Multiple conference calls have been used in the revision and others are tentatively scheduled to complete revision, address committee ballot comments, and TAC review comments. The subcommittee plans to complete the revision by June 2017 and initiate a ballot at that time. If successful, the document will be submitted for TAC review by the end of summer.

 

  • 710-F Polished Concrete and Related Materials
    Chair: Pierre Hebert, Sika Corporation
    This subcommittee’s goal is to identify and disseminate industry best practices and contribute to enhancing the capabilities of those who apply and polish concrete and cementitious toppings.

 

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