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Webinars On Demand
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Gain knowledge and inspiration from ICRI on demand webinars. Our engaging webinars offer the best from experts in the field of concrete repair.

ICRI On-Demand Webinars are accessed through the ICRI Learning Center. Webinars vary in costs for members and non-members - some are complementary.

 

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Overview and Evaluation Protocol of Service-life Models
Original Broadcast: September 2, 2020
Presenter: Fred Goodwin, FICRI, FACI, FASTM
Continuing Education Credit: 1.0 PDH and Approved AIA

Concrete is the most widely used construction material and can be durable for hundreds of years; however, the main cause of concrete deterioration is from corrosion of reinforcing steel. Steel is thermodynamically unstable and will eventually oxidize to a lower energy state. The rate of deterioration in new and existing structures can be modeled to predict the service life based on the severity of the service environment, the concrete quality, the ingress of deleterious materials, and other factors to various degrees of success. This presentation will provide an overview of many of the service life models currently in use and provide an evaluation protocol for their application related to both new and existing structures.


Art and Science of Matching Historic Concrete
Original Broadcast: August 5, 2020
Presenter: Amy Lamb Woods, PE, International Masonry Institute (IMI)
Continuing Education Credit: 1.0 PDH and Approved AIA

Matching concrete sounds simple, but there are many factors that affect color, texture, and aesthetics. There is often a challenge with using modern cementitious materials for matching older and historically manufactured cements. Whether your project is historic or contemporary, this presentation will outline materials and methodology that are important to understand when concrete matching is important. With many mid-century buildings coming of repair age, this is a critical time for understanding these concepts. The presentation will include the fundamentals of concrete materials, how cementitious materials affect concrete color, how to use color measurement technology in developing a color match mix design, how aggregate exposure affects aesthetic perception, and other helpful tips when it comes to matching concrete for durable and aesthetic results. Regionally available materials will vary, but the methodology for color matching durable repairs is fundamentally the same.


Moisture-Related Floor Covering and Coating Failures: Facts, Fiction, Myths, and Realities
Original Broadcast: July 22, 2020
Presenter: Peter Craig, FACI, FICRI, CCSMTT, Concrete Constructives
Continuing Education Credit: 1.0 PDH

Industry questions related to moisture-related floor covering and coating failures will be answered by the presenter during a 1-hour webinar. Questions will come from ICRI members through a survey conducted prior to the webinar and PPT slides addressing the questions prepared by the presenter. Questions from webinar attendees will also be answered during the webinar.


COVID and Concrete Repair Industry Roundtable (Canada-Focused)
Original Broadcast: July 17, 2019

Panel Discussion to 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.


COVID and Concrete Repair Industry Roundtable (USA-Focused)
Original Broadcast: June 19, 2019

Panel Discussion to examine the effects of and responses to the COVID-19 pandemic across the various aspects of our industry and in the different parts of the United States.


In-situ Pull-off Tests
Original Broadcast: January 22, 2020
Presenter: Matthew Sherman, PE, Simpson, Gumpertz & Heger, Inc. (SGH)
Continuing Education Credit:1.0 PDH and Approved AIA

This session will describe the use of tensile pull-off (bond) testing for concrete repairs and bonded overlays. It will provide guidance on applications of the test, industry standards and guidelines, acceptance criteria, proper testing procedures, appropriate equipment, and interpretation and reporting of test results. Bond is important because it relates to structural requirements (e.g. for strengthening and structural repairs) and for durability requirements (e.g. for overlays and cosmetic repairs). Testing of bond is needed to verify that the specified bond requirements have been met and a satisfactory result has been obtained.


Specifying Concrete Repair
Original Broadcast: July 31, 2019
Presenter: Karl Rickert, PE, Rickert Engineering, Inc.
Continuing Education Credit: 1.0 PDH and Approved AIA

This webinar will review issues that should be addressed when preparing a specification for concrete repair. ICRI developed an editable specification titled “Guide Specification for Structural Concrete Repairs” that can be used by design professionals. The webinar reviews the specification and discusses decisions that should be considered when developing a concrete repair specification.


How do I access the webinars?

Follow these steps to register for an ICRI webinar to get the appropriate member rate:

  1. Click on the link above to be taken to the webinar in the Learning Center
  2. Click on "Sign In" in the upper right of that page.
  3. Click on the orange button that reads, "I have an ICRI account." (If you are not an ICRI member you can proceed as a guest.)
  4. If you were not already logged onto the ICRI website, you will be prompted to login to the Learning Center with your ICRI website login credentials
  5. You can then search for Webinars and other Learning Center products under "Media Types" located in the upper left side of the page

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  • Enter your username (usually your email) and password.
  • If you have any trouble logging in, please use the Forgot your password link to reset your password.
  • If you do not yet have a login, use the Join/Register link where you can choose to join ICRI and the get the member rate for the webinar or register with the website as a non-member.

Questions? Contact the ICRI office at info@icri.org or call +1 651.366.6095.

How do I receive my PDH credits for a course?

After you have viewed the webinar there is an exam to complete. After it's successful completion you will be awarded a certificate of attendance.

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