The Epoxy Interest Group of CRSI is pleased to announce Marcelo Guadalupe Acuña as the recipient of the Epoxy Industry Service Award. This award “recognizes individuals that have contributed time, effort and support to further the use of epoxy-coated reinforcing steel.”
During his career, Marcelo helped establish epoxy coating plants in Oklahoma (1979), Michigan (1980), Texas (1981), Colorado (1981), Minnesota (2001) and Illinois (2003), including the first stand-alone epoxy-coated reinforcing steel coating plant in the nation. Marcelo has provided his time and financial support to the CRSI epoxy plant certification program and ASTM meetings. He has continuously been a strong supporter of the programs for the Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute (CRSI). Many members of his family are involved in the ongoing operation of the four plants started by Marcelo and his partners.He has mentored them with a strong commitment to product quality, in addition to many others in the industry.
For additional information the Epoxy Interest Group of CRSI, contact the Epoxy Interest Group of CRSI at 847 517 12000 or via email at email@example.com
About the Epoxy Interest Group of CRSI
The Epoxy Interest Group (EIG) of CRSI (Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute), is a not-for-profit trade association providing an authoritative resource for information related to use of epoxy-coated steel (epoxy rebar) in reinforced concrete. The association serves the needs of specifiers, engineers, architects, fabricators and end-users with the most recent information about how and where epoxy-coated reinforcing steel is used, as well as recent technical changes, educational seminars and promotional activities. Founded in 1924, CRSI is a trade association that stands as the authoritative resource for information related to steel reinforced concrete construction. CRSI members are manufacturers, fabricators and placers of steel reinforcing bar and related products, as well as professionals who are involved in the research, design and construction of reinforced concrete.