Your pages make reference from time to time to an organization called the Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute. What are the objectives of this Institute and who is eligible to belong?
This organization, known as CRSI, is a trade association composed of suppliers of fabricated reinforcing steel and concrete accessories. Representing these firms, CRSI includes among its services research, standardization, specification writing and improvement in building codes, all aimed at advancing reinforced concrete technology in the construction industry. The headquarters are at 228 North La Salle Street, Chicago, Illinois 60601. Robert T. Stafford is executive vice president. A description of this and other associations that can be of help to the contractor is given in a six-page article published in Concrete Construction in May 1960.