American Concrete Institute Louisiana

In 1905, concerned concrete enthusiasts set out with a mission to develop a means for making concrete a safe, usable, durable material. The result of their determination was the formation of the American Concrete Institute. Chartered as a technical society, the not-for-profit ACI emerged with a goal of guiding and assisting its members and the general public by disseminating information on concrete. In 1976, The ACI Louisiana Chapter was founded to bring the ACI mission to our region.

mission statement

The ACI LA Chapter brings together Louisiana’s concrete community through certification, professional development, industry networking, and community outreach to advance the knowledge of concrete and its uses.

A message from our president:

I am truly honored to serve as the 46th President of the ACI-La Chapter for 2021 and will strive to continue this chapter’s success with the help of our new board.

Last year was indisputably a different year for ACI Louisiana, but with some hard work and imagination, the Chapter was able to retain Excellence recognition from ACI National by continuing outreach and engagement despite the challenges we faced in such a tumultuous year.

This year our goal is to continue the excellent work through our committees such as Membership, Programs, Students, Recreation, Certification, and hopefully Networking and Awards. We will continue to monitor the latest guidelines during the pandemic, and hope to be able to host live in person events as soon as it is safe to do so.

In order to promote member engagement and provide professional development hours, the chapter will continue to extend the following benefits to all active members:

  • Free Webinars

  • Membership to ACI National (Click HERE to Learn more about Member Benifits)

Thank you for your continued support. Your involvement is essential for the future of our chapter.

- ACI Louisiana Chapter President, Yelena Rivera.

 

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