May 13

OACI Webinar: Embodied Carbon w/Matt Hoffman of KPFF

OACI Webinar: Embodied Carbon w/Matt Hoffman of KPFF

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May 21

Adhesive Anchor Installer & Post-Installed Concrete Anchor Installation Inspector

Adhesive Anchor Installer & Post-Installed Concrete Anchor Installation Inspector

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Public Announcement from OACI Regarding Covid-19
The Oregon Chapter of the American Concrete Institute has decided in light of current protocols surrounding the Covid-19 outbreak to cancel and/or postpone various in-person events through the end of 2020. We regret any inconvenience this may cause, but we feel it imperative to keep our attendees, students and members safe and healthy. Please check back often for rescheduled dates. We at the OACI appreciate your patience and diligence during this difficult time.

Concrete Strength Testing Technician Classes:
Due to Covid-19 related issues, OACI is postponing all CSTT classes until we can safely resume. You can still register to get your workbook by clicking the link below, however classes will be delayed until safety protocols change. Those who have already registered are on a first come first serve list for upcoming classes once they resume. New registrations will be added to a waitlist in a first come first serve basis.
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Welcome to ACI Oregon Chapter


The American Concrete Institute (ACI) is a technical and educational consensus organization dedicated to improving the design, construction, manufacture and maintenance of concrete products and structures. Among ACI International's 18,000 members are designers, architects, civil engineers, educators, contractors, concrete craftsmen and technicians, and manufacturers from around the world.


ACI was founded in 1905 as a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to public service and to representing user interests in the field of concrete. It gathers and distributes information on the improvement of design, construction and maintenance of concrete products and structures. ACI's committees, and the Institute as a whole, operate under a consensus format. Activities include: the development of building codes and specification standards; analysis of research and development results; presentation of construction and repair techniques; and education. ACI is often considered the world's leading authority on concrete technology.


Like ACI International, the Oregon Chapter of ACI (OACI) is a consensus organization in that its membership reflects the leadership of the Oregon concrete industry through participation by: specification writers and designers; educators; contractors; concrete producers; public officials; consultants; testing laboratories; various materials suppliers; and others. The composition of the OACI Board of Directors is intended to reflect, as best it can, the Chapter's general membership in terms of industry type and divergent interests.


Although the Oregon Chapter of ACI does not directly involve itself in many of the activities of ACI International (such as the authorship of specifications standards, etc.) It does attempt to mirror ACI in one very important area - discussion and dissemination of technical information relating to concrete. In this respect, the primary interest of the Oregon Chapter of ACI is technical education. OACI may use a variety of means, including the presentation of technical seminars on subjects thought to be of benefit to its constituents to satisfy that interest.