Speakers and presentations are brought in to address items of specific interest and need pertinent to the local area. Monthly breakfast meetings, symposiums and hands-on educational opportunities are offered throughout the calendar year. Professional development hours (PDH) and AIA learning units are provided when applicable. MCC is an AIA approved provider. Meetings are held at Midland Hills Country Club in Roseville unless otherwise specified.
Pre-registration is needed for all MCC events. Walk-in registrations may be turned away if space is not available.
MCC hosts monthly continuing education breakfast meetings, MN Concrete Forums, symposiums and other hands-on training as available. Please refer to the calendar for all meetings, continuing education opportunities and events.
ACI CONCRETE FLATWORK ASSOCIATE AND ADVANCED CONCRETE FLATWORK FINISHER CERTIFICATION REVIEW AND WRITTEN EXAMINATION
Learn more439 ACI CONCRETE FLATWORK ASSOCIATE AND ADVANCED CONCRETE FLATWORK FINISHER CERTIFICATION REVIEW AND WRITTEN EXAMINATION 2023-04-12 07:30:00 2023-04-12 15:30:00 #f57921 0
WEBINAR: DESIGN FOR RESILIENCE AND SUSTAINABILITY
Learn more437 WEBINAR: DESIGN FOR RESILIENCE AND SUSTAINABILITY 2023-04-12 12:00:00 2023-04-12 13:00:00 #f57921
Resilient design of buildings in the twenty-first century is imperative given increased intensity and frequency of extreme adverse climatic events. Buildings must withstand environmental impacts to their exteriors while simultaneously protecting the occupants within and maintain operational functionality.
In this presentation we will discuss how to incorporate concrete construction systems as a sustainable building assembly option to meet the challenges of designing and building energy efficient and resilient structures that can withstand most, if not all natural disasters.
Architects, Engineers, General Contractors and Building Owners will gain a thorough understanding of concrete structural system benefits, including thermal envelope performance, design integration, construction processes, and renewable energy resources for consideration and implementation into overall building envelope design and construction.0
Breakfast Meeting: Actions Moisture in Concrete Floor Slabs - What You Don't Know About Moisture in Concrete Floor Slabs Can Cost You
Learn more436 Breakfast Meeting: Actions Moisture in Concrete Floor Slabs - What You Don't Know About Moisture in Concrete Floor Slabs Can Cost You 2023-04-13 07:00:00 2023-04-13 09:30:00 #f57921
Concrete slab and slab moisture experts Peter Craig and Scott Tarr unlock the science behind moisture-related slab and flooring problems.
In an entertaining fashion that is not only informative, but fun for the novice and expert alike, Peter and Scott bring to life several of those who shaped the laws and theories of science and forensics. Along with case studies, experts past and present address where moisture that leads to slab and flooring problems originates, how moisture moves and migrates, how moisture in and below a slab can cause problems, how moisture in a concrete floor slab should be tested, how to protect concrete slabs-on-ground from moisture, and what can be done to avoid, or correct a moisture-related flooring or coating problem.
Registration: 7:00 - 7:30 AM
Breakfast: 7:30 - 8:30 AM
Presentation: 8:30 - 9:30 AM
This Breakfast Meeting is in Partnership with the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI).0
Ethical Decision Making in Engineering and Construction
Learn more420 Ethical Decision Making in Engineering and Construction 2023-05-10 12:00:00 2023-05-10 13:00:00 #f57921
Engineering ethics is a set of ethical standards for engineers to follow which can apply to most circumstances that arise on the job. These ethical standards are the engineers’ obligations towards the public, employers and the profession. The purpose of engineering ethics is to identify specific ethical issues that may arise in order to avoid a potential problem.0