Pool Builders, though you may have used shotcrete contractors for years on your projects do you know what to look for to confirm you’re getting the best quality for your money? Though shotcrete is a placement method for concrete the process has fundamentally different equipment, material selection, crew responsibilities, application techniques, testing, curing and protection that need to be considered for producing high-quality and durable shotcrete you as a pool contractor and the owner expect.
This seminar from ASA provides guidance on over 40 critical elements of shotcrete applications for those onsite to properly evaluate the overall quality of shotcrete placement. These include an overview on material selections, equipment, placement techniques, finishing, curing, protection, testing, and safety as it relates to the shotcrete process. For shotcrete contractors, this seminar will help you verify the quality of your work to your general contractors and inspectors.
Those individuals pursuing ACI Shotcrete Inspector Certification may take the required 90-minute written exam at the conclusion of this seminar. You can find more about the ACI Shotcrete Inspector Certification Program here: https://www.concrete.org/certification/certificationprograms.aspx?m=details&pgm=Shotcrete%20Inspection&cert=Shotcrete%20Inspector
Fees: Course only, no exams: $405 by Early Bird Date; $435 after
Questions about this program, along with interests in pursuing certification, should be directed to
Alice McComas with ASA. Ph: 248-983.1702 or Email Alice.Mccomas@shotcrete.org.
For additional information about ASA visit www.shotcrete.org.