American Concrete Institute Releases 2020 ACI Collection of Concrete Codes, Specifications, and Practices
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. – The American Concrete Institute (ACI) has released the 2020 ACI Collection of Concrete Codes, Specifications, and Practices.
The ACI Collection is the most comprehensive and largest single source of information on concrete design, construction, and materials, with nearly 50 codes and specifications and more than 200 practices – including all guides and reports.
The ACI Collection features ACI 318 “Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete,” ACI 301 “Specifications for Structural Concrete,” and ACI 562 “Code Requirements for Assessment, Repair, and Rehabilitation of Existing Concrete Structures and Commentary.” Additional categories in the ACI Collection include concrete materials, properties, design, construction, reinforcement, specialized application, repair, structural analysis, and innovation, plus popular topics such as slabs, formwork, and masonry.
The ACI Collection is available as a convenient online subscription, a USB drive, and a nine-volume set of books. Specifically developed for individual users, the online subscription to the ACI Collection includes access to every new ACI document as soon as it is published. SI Units and historical versions of ACI’s codes and specifications are also included.
Special online access for multiple users, entire offices, and large multi-national companies, is also available.
To subscribe or order, please call 248-848-3800 or visit concrete.org.
Always advancing – Founded in 1904 with a headquarters in Farmington Hills, MI, USA, and a regional office in Dubai, UAE, the American Concrete Institute is a leading authority and resource worldwide for the development, dissemination, and adoption of its consensus-based standards, technical resources, educational & training programs, certification programs, and proven expertise for individuals and organizations involved in concrete design, construction, and materials, who share a commitment to pursuing the best use of concrete. For additional information, visit concrete.org.