High Concrete Group Seminar Offers Up to 5.5 AIA Credits and Plant Tour

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Resiliency theme of seminar highlights the role of precast concrete construction in sustainable and thriving communities.

High Concrete Group will host its Concrete Innovations and Answers© seminar series in Denver, Pa. on November 5, 2014. Developed to inspire and inform architects and others involved in the planning and construction of precast buildings, the half-day event explores and explains the latest developments in precast concrete products and technologies.

The seminar covers high performance buildings constructed of precast concrete envelopes and structural members. A working lunch is included.

Half-day program with plant tour - 5.5 HSW/LU

7:30 Registration/continental breakfast

8:00 Precast Concrete Resiliency (1.0 HSW/LU)

9:00 Waterproofing Admixtures (1.0 HSW/LU

10:00 Environmental Product Declarations (1.0 HSW/LU)

11:00 Preserving, Protecting, Restoring Parking Structures (1.0 HSW/LU)

12:00 Denver, PA Precast Plant Tour (1.5 HSW/LU)

1:30 Adjourn

High Concrete Group is a Registered Provider with the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education System. High Concrete’s seminar courses and tours qualify participants for up to 5.5 AIA Health, Safety and Welfare program learning unit hours. Presented by industry professionals, the courses focus on high performance precast concrete and its use in resilient structures.

Registration may be completed online at http://www.highconcrete.com/education/.

About High Concrete Group

Headquartered in Denver, Pa., and employing more than 400 people, High Concrete Group has provided precast components for more than 5,000 projects since 1957, and is found on Engineering News Record’s list of the Top 600 Specialty Contractors. High Concrete Group operates precast concrete production facilities in Denver, Pa., and Springboro, Ohio. The company also operates High Concrete Accessories, a Denver, Pa.-based national precasting embedment supplier. Visit highconcrete.com or email concrete(dot)answers(at)high(dot)net.

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