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Shotcrete: What We Should All Know
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When: Thursday, September 17, 2020
12:00 PM
Where: United States
Contact: SEAONC Office

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 SEAONC CEC Presents:
Shotcrete: What We Should All Know

Thursday, September 17th 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

*Please note if you registered at 1 PM on Wednesday, September 16th please email for notes and login*

As shotcrete becomes a more popular option with contractors, come and learn about this interesting topic with our speaker Charles Hanskat. Keep up-to-date and expand your knowledge of shotcrete. He will cover topics such as: updates to ACI 318, differences between shotcrete and conventional concrete from a design standpoint, and things an engineer should know if shotcrete gets elected on your project.


Date: Thursday, September 17th 
Venue: Zoom Meeting
Schedule: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM 

Members of SEAOCC, SEOASC, SEAOSD contact
Non-Member  $75
Firm* $125

*Firm registration please note: Registration is intended for both the individual and their company. Only the registering individual(s) will receive PDH credits. They are responsible for sharing the zoom link with their company.

Speaker Bio:

Charles Hanskat, P.E., F.ACI, F.ASCE, F.FES is executive director and technical director for the American Shotcrete Association. He is a licensed professional engineer. Hanskat has been involved in the design, construction, evaluation, and repair of environmental concrete, marine, building, and shotcrete structures for 40 years. Hanskat has also been very involved in ACI, ASTM, ASA, and AREMA committees related to shotcrete and environmental concrete structures.

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