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BASF Sustainable Concrete Construction Webinars 

BASF is pleased to offer a series of FREE One-hour webinars for architects, engineers and building owners, featuring our experts on concrete technology. Please join us for these informational events by using the registration links below.

Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs)
Worthless or Priceless? 


Register in advance The next webinar will be held:

Receive 1 AIA HSW Learning Unit for particiating in this course.

Topics
  • What is a Type III Environmental Product Declaration?
  • What environmental impact categories are reported in a concrete EPD?
  • What are the key elements in a registered EPD for LEED 4?
  • Understanding the differences between Life-Cycle Assessment, Eco-Efficiency Analysis and EPDs



The Fundamentals and Benefits of Fiber Reinforced Concrete

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The next webinar will be held:   

 Receive 1 PDH credit for participating in this course.

Recording To view the recording from a past presentation at your convenience, click on the link below. Please note you will be asked to register.
Recorded webinar (recording not valid for PDH)

Topics to be covered

  • Fiber basics
  • Standard test methods for evaluating the performance of fiber-reinforced concrete
  • Fiber Dosage Wizard, an interactive tool to calculate required fiber dosage
  • How to specify FRC

Extending Joint Spacing in Concrete Slabs-on-Ground:
A Rational Design Methodology

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The next webinar will be held:     

  • To come

Receive 1 PDH credit for participating in this course.

Recording To view the recording from a past presentation at your convenience, click on the link below. Please note you will be asked to register.
Recorded webinar (recording not valid for PDH)

Topics to be covered

  • Basis for current joint spacing recommendations
  • Relationships between drying shrinkage and joint spacing
  • Controlling drying shrinkage and joint spacing
  • Current techniques for extending joint spacing in concrete slabs
  • Demonstration of BASF etool for extending joint spacing

Innovative Green Concretes for Sustainable Construction

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The next webinar will be held: 

  • October 29, 2014, 12 p.m. EST (register)

Receive 1.25 AIA (LU/HSW/SD) Learning Unit or 1 GBCI CE hour for participating in this course.

Topics

  • Why Green Concrete is needed
  • Performance attributes of high-performance Green Concretes (HPGC)
  • Eco-Efficiency Analysis (EEA) as a sustainability measurement tool
  • Developing concrete specifications to include requirements for high performance concrete
  • High profile projects using Green Concretes

           

Enhancing Concrete Durability with Integral Waterproofing Admixtures

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The next webinar will be held:   

Receive 1 AIA (LU/HSW) Learning Unit or 1 PDH credit for participating in this course.

Topics to be covered

  • Concrete waterproofing options
  • Materials available for integral waterproofing of concrete
  • Testing used to qualify integral waterproofing of concrete
  • Specification terminology and requirements for waterproofing admixtures

Valid for 1 AIA HSW-SD Learning Unit


 Water-Repellency and Efflorescence Control in Masonry

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The next webinar will be held:    

  • Oct 23, 2014, 12 p.m. EDT (register)   

Receive 1.5 AIA Learning Unit or 1.5 PDH credit for participating in this course. 

Topics to be covered

  • Achieving water-repellency and efflorescence control in masonry construction
  • Admixture technologies for single-wythe masonry walls
  • Applying admixture technologies to other manufactured products, such as pavers and roof tiles

Valid for 1 AIA HSW-SD Learning Unit

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Recorded Webinars 
Improving Concrete Surface Finish Through Admixture & Concrete Technology
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