The Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute of Illinois & Wisconsin will host “Technology Tuesdays” lunchtime seminars on the first or second Tuesday of each month in 2012. Each program will be taught by an expert in that area of the precast concrete field.
The 2012 topics will include: Using Emulative Design to Improve Concrete Projects; Understanding the PCI’s in Plant Quality Control Process for Precast Specifications (February 7); Sustainability Through Durability, Adaptability and Deconstructibility; Functional Resilience; Concrete Materials – Improvements and Available Technology in Concrete Design; and Integrated Design Using Precast.
The programs mostly will take place in downtown Chicago or Milwaukee, and occasionally in the Chicago suburbs. Attendees will earn 1.5 or 2.0 Professional Development Hours (PDH) or 7.5 HSW-Learning Units (LU). A certificate will be provided at the conclusion of each seminar. Technology Tuesday programs are free, but require advance registration. To be placed on the email list for the monthly programs, visit pci-iw.org.