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Trey Hamilton Joins ACI Staff

Parul Dubey on October 16, 2019 - in News, People

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. (October 16, 2019) – The American Concrete Institute (ACI) is pleased to announce that Trey Hamilton joined the staff as Senior Engineer on October 1, 2019.

In this new position, Hamilton will provide technical and administrative support to ACI’s technical committees and assist with the development of technical resources, educational programs, and the adoption of ACI’s consensus-based standards. 

Hamilton has 35 years of experience in structural engineering research, practice, and teaching.  For the past 28 years he has been conducting applied research and teaching with a focus on structural concrete and masonry.  Prior to entering academe, he was in private practice as a design engineer for seven years designing commercial and institutional buildings, as well as municipal and industrial facilities. 

Hamilton is past chair of ACI Technical Activities Committee and ACI Committee 423 Prestressed Concrete.  Recently retired from the University of Florida, Hamilton is a registered professional engineer in Florida and Wyoming and is a Fellow of both the American Concrete Institute and Post-Tensioning Institute.

Hamilton obtained a Bachelor of Science and Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Florida. He received his PhD in Civil Engineering from University of Texas, Austin, TX, USA. Hamilton can be reached at Trey.Hamilton@concrete.org.

 

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