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Cement and Concrete Products Industry of Hawaii Workshop Training Session I – Thursday, September 8,
Cement and Concrete Products Industry of Hawaii Workshop Training Session I – Thursday, September 8,
Cement and Concrete Products Industry of Hawaii Workshop Training Session I – Thursday, September 8,

Cement and Concrete Products Industry of Hawaii

Workshop Training Session I Thursday, September 8, 2016

Honolulu Country Club from 8am to 11 am

(7:30am Registration/Continental breakfast)

An overview of ACI 314-16, Guide to a Simplified Design for Reinforced Concrete Buildings.

Presenting simplified methods and design techniques that facilitate and speed the engineering of low-rise buildings within certain limitations. Materials will be presented in an order that follows typical design process with procedures introduced as the designer will need them in the course of a building design. The design meets all requirements of ACI 318-14.

Workshop Training Session II Friday, September 9, 2016 (3 part 1-hour modules)

Honolulu Country Club from 8 am to 11 am

(7:30am Registration/Continental breakfast)

Economical Design of Concrete Structures

These seminars will provide design professionals with ways to economically design and detail conventionally reinforced concrete members that comply with the provisions of the 2014 edition of ACI 318, Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete. Practical and time-proven methods and guidelines have been compiled from various sources to assist designers in the design and detailing processes of a reinforced concrete structure. Numerous details and design aids are provided that will help in achieving overall economy while reducing design/detailing time.

Time Saving Design Aids for Reinforced Concrete

Timesaving analysis and design techniques are presented for non-prestressed reinforced concrete beams and two- way slabs. The methods conform to the provisions of the ACI 318 Building Code, and can significantly decrease the required time for design and detailing of structural elements. The presentation provides background information on the rationale for the simplified formulas, as well as calculation examples that illustrate the use of their use in conformance to the latest version of ACI-318. The audience will receive a hard copy of the presentation material and various other handouts.

Design of Pile Caps

This presentation provides an overview of the new CRSI Pile Cap Design Guide The guide has been developed as a stand-alone publication intended to provide the practicing engineer with a detailed overview of pile cap design, detailing, and analysis methodologies that represent the current state of practice in the industry and meet the latest codes and standards including the 2012 International Building Code (IBC) and ACI 318-14. The guide follows the long-established tradition of providing complete, tabulated designs of common reinforced concrete structural members. The tabulated designs are for normally encountered conditions and include axial and lateral loads.

Who should attend : Contractors, Inspectors, and Engineers. This half-day seminar intended for everyone involved
Who should attend : Contractors, Inspectors, and Engineers. This half-day seminar intended for everyone involved
Who should attend : Contractors, Inspectors, and Engineers. This half-day seminar intended for everyone involved

Who should attend: Contractors, Inspectors, and Engineers. This half-day seminar intended for everyone involved with a reinforced concrete construction project.

Instructor:

Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute (CRSI). Mike is responsible for the Technical Department and oversees the development of all technical publications and standards. Mike is a voting member of ACI committees (318, 318B

and 318R), Chair of ACI Committee 314 on Simplified Design of Concrete Buildings, ASCE-7(16) Main Committee and serves on the Board of Directors of the Concrete Industry Board of New York City/NYC ACI Chapter and is a member of the editorial board of STRUCTURE magazine. Contact Mike at 856.264.3851

Mike Mota, Ph.D., P.E., SECB, F.ASCE, F.ACI, F.SEI is the Vice President of Engineering for the

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CRSI Workshop

Septermber 8 th &/or 9 th

Honolulu Country Club

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CCPI 2153 N. King St. #327 Honolulu, HI 96819

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Session I only……….$50

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Session II only………$50

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Both Sessions………$85

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Contact info: wkawano@ccpihawaii.org Phone: 848-7100 Fax: 848-2626 Please register by September 2, 2016. Mahalo!