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Get involved in your professional community and contribute to the advancement of concrete repair, restoration, and protection by sharing your time and talents.
Volunteering with ICRI affords you the opportunity to connect and work with other members, and gain new professional experience.
ICRI strives to offer an array of opportunities for member involvement, covering a variety of interests, time commitment, and areas of expertise. If you're not finding the right fit for your expertise below, please submit a committee volunteer form.
Questions? Please contact Dale Regnier at firstname.lastname@example.org or (651) 290-6278.
Posted September 08, 2020 - The ICRI Secretariat is a Committee that facilitates the orderly implementation of ideas within the ICRI organization by receiving and processing ideas from our members then monitoring the results through contact
with the ICRI committees, task groups, and members. The Secretariat assure that ideas and issues are heard, disseminated, and managed by the appropriate ICRI committees and task groups. The Secretariat is looking for additional members to think-tank
Estimated Time Commitment (per week): 1-4 hours/week
Day/Time Committee/Task Group Meets during Conventions: Friday
Meeting Schedule between Conventions: First Friday of every month
Professional Profile Requested: N/A
Additional Information: This is not for the faint hearted. This is real work, but one of the most rewarding groups ever especially when a new idea becomes a reality.
Posted June 30, 2020 - Back up the Committee Chair at meetings, take notes if necessary. Participate in the Chapters Committee meetings with an eye on becoming the chair of the committee at some point in the future.
Estimated Time Commitment (per week): 3 hours/month
Day/Time Committee/Task Group Meets during Conventions: Wednesdays at 1:30-3:30 pm
Meeting Schedule between Conventions: Rarely
Professional Profile Requested: Contractor or Engineer
Posted June 17, 2020 - Looking for Consulting Members for the Publication committee. This will allow you to learn the ropes of the committee and contribute to the committee. This has the potential to become a voting member in the future.
Estimated Time Commitment: Max. 1-2 hours per month
Day/Time Committee/Task Group Meets during Conventions: 1:30 to 3:30 pm on Tuesday of the convention
Meeting Schedule between Conventions: 1-2 times per year
Posted June 15, 2020 - Participate in creating the new concrete repair 101 module with the subcommittee head, Joshua Lloyd, and other members. You will also participate in the Education Committee as a voting member.
Estimated Time Commitment (per week): anticipate 1 hour per week, maybe more during implementation
Day/Time Committee/Task Group Meets during Conventions: 10 am - 12 Noon on Wednesdays (Central Time)
Meeting Schedule between Conventions: monthly
Professional Profile Requested: Contractor or Manufacturers Representative
Specific Skillset Required: Organizational skills, a desire to volunteer
Posted May 7, 2020 - Sub-committee member to assist in preparing Concrete and Cementitious Topping Polishing Guideline
Full Job Description: Polished concrete toppings have been around for years. Yet the type of cement (Binary with Fly Ash for example), thin cementitious toppings, polishing equipment have evolved in the last 10-15 y. You will
assist in guideline preparation:
Products available (type of concrete best suited towards polishing - same for cementitious toppings)
Decorative options (agg, coloring, seeding, etc)
Pouring & placement means & ways
Curing Polishing equip. options
Project will take 2-3 years as needed to put guideline together.
Estimated Time Commitment: 3-4 hours/month
Day/Time Committee/Task Group Meets during Conventions: Fridays 11:00 to 12:00
Professional Profile Requested: Polishing "experts" on the contractor side either inside ICRI or outside. Members of the ASCC Concrete Polishing Council. Suppliers would definitely be welcomed as well.
Posted April 8, 2020 - Development of a document regarding guidelines for corrosion-related service life
Full Job Description: The 160 committee is developing a document regarding guidelines for corrosion-related service life. We are looking for a subject matter expert with job site experience and knowledge about on-site QA/QC. The
candidate will provide recommendations on installation, materials selection, and project management. For example, what is the best practice to avoid corrosion when applying waterproofing membrane? What suggestion can you provide for materials
selection and ensure the best concrete mixing?
Estimated Time Commitment (per week): <1 hour
Day/Time Committee/Task Group Meets during Conventions: Wednesday 10-12AM
Meeting Schedule between Conventions: bi-monthly
Professional Profile Requested: contractor
Specific Skillset Required: practical job site experience
Addtional Information: This candidate can help review and comment throughout the document developing process and attend virtual meetings for discussion.