The American Society of Concrete Contractors (ASCC), St. Louis, MO, will hold its fourteenth Annual Conference September 24-27, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency – Dallas.
Concrete contractors, manufacturers, designers and other industry professionals will gather for three days of educational events and networking.
Industry experts including Dr. Ken Hover, Cornell University; Colin Lobo, National Ready Mixed Concrete Association; Jen Crisman, Euclid Chemical Company; and Chris Age, ReadyMix USA, will offer seminars on critical industry topics at the 2015 ASCC Annual Conference.
CEMEX leaders will present an 8-hour Legacy Safety Leadership Program designed for concrete executives and safety directors. The workshop provides the tools, skills and behaviors to lead safer, more efficient operations and to achieve the goal of zero incidents. This workshop is limited to 40 attendees.
Additional half day workshops, designed to foster interaction between presenters and participants at the 2015 ASCC Annual Conference, will cover “Landing a Solid Workforce,” “Improving the Cotnractor/Producer Relationship” and “Improving Your Business Through Sales” from the Jeffrey Gittomer organization.
Seminar topics include “Non-Standard Methods to Cure Concrete,” “How ASTM C94 and ACI 301 Impact the Contractor,” “Building Your Online Reputation,” “Profiling for Management Positions,” and “Architectural Concrete.” A Hot Topic session, “The Truth About Fibers,” is a new feature this year.
Attendees can also attend the ACI Flatwork Finisher Certification class and exam on Sept. 24, and the Legacy Safety Leadership Program on Sept. 25, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Designed and developed by cement and ready-mix giant CEMEX, the Leadership Workshop is a behavioral-based course designed and developed to promote a cultural change in the way companies currently operate. The cost of the Legacy Safety Leadership Program Workshop materials is $50 and attendance is limited to 40.
About the ASCC
The ASCC is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the capabilities of those who build with concrete, and to providing them a unified voice in the construction industry. Members include concrete contracting firms, manufacturers, suppliers and others interested in the concrete industry such as architects, specifiers and distributors. There are approximately 535 member companies in the United States and 12 in foreign countries. For more information, visit www.ascconline.org or call the ASCC office at (866)788-2722.