When concrete starts to deteriorate, clients need a person who can think on their feet and come up with solutions...that's troubleshooting. In this course, participants will learn about real-life problems caused by inadequacies in design, construction, and maintenance practices. Based on various problems, participants will learn how to come up with suitable solutions.


This program is ideal for those with the fundamental knowledge of concrete technology who need to troubleshoot problems in the field. It is especially beneficial for those who deal directly with clients' concerns, such as consultants, field service representatives, contractors, inspectors, and government personnel.

The event takes place at Portland Cement Association's campus in Skokie, Ill. Click here for more information.

This originally was posted at Concrete Construction.