SEAOCC Webinar: Concrete Mix Basics and Reviewing Mix Designs

October 22, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Webinar

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1. Register and pay through this SEAOCC.org portal.

2. During the week of the seminar, those who have registered will receive an email with information to acquire login credentials for the Webinar.

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Presented by the SEAOCC Continuing Education Committee:

Concrete Mix Basics and Reviewing Mix Designs

 

 

Your concrete is changing! Come get a refresher on the basics of concrete materials. The industry is being revolutionized as ingredients are advancing, changing, improving, becoming obsolete, and fluctuating. Overall, you will be receiving lower-carbon footprint materials in the near future (or now if you desire), and this means changes to the way you view mix designs, changes to specs, and better ways of evaluating/specifying what you need on a project.

 

Clay Slocum, P.E., Pavements Engineer, California Nevada Cement Association

Clay Slocum joined CNCA as the Northern California/Northern Nevada pavements engineer in January 2014. He provides technical expertise, education, concrete resources, and several other services to municipalities, engineers, and developers to advance the applications and use of cementitious roadway solutions for streets, highways, and parking areas. Clay specializes in conventional concrete, full-depth reclamation, concrete overlays, and pervious concrete, but is knowledgeable on most cement-related applications. Clay is active in local societies including ASCE, ACI, SNCA, and others. Prior to joining CNCA, Clay worked as a geotechnical consulting engineer in Walnut Creek, California. He graduated from University of the Pacific with a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and a minor in Engineering Management before continuing his education at U.C. Berkeley where he obtained his Master’s degree in Civil Engineering. Clay is a licensed civil engineer in the states of California and Nevada.

Note: Continuing education certificates given on request.  Please email to recieve certificate.

For questions or comments please email [email protected]

Tickets

$15.00 Member
$25.00 after 10:00 pm October 20

$25.00 Non Member
$35.00 after 10:00 pm October 20