ACI Intermountain Chapter
November Lunch Seminar
at Scheels
Insulated Concrete Forming
Concrete Walls vs. Framed Walls
How do they Compare?
Featured Speaker:
LUNCHEON SPONSORSHIP

$500
Now available...Exclusive opportunity to meet membership. One sponsorship available per luncheon.

  • Display table available adjacent to meeting room
  • Five minutes to address members prior to luncheon presentation
DATE:
Tuesday, November 12, 2019


TIME:
11:30..........Check-in/Lunch Served
12:00-1:00..Presentation


COST:
Early Registration by
Thursday, November 7th
$20...Members & Non-Members
$5.....Students

Late Registration after
Thursday, November 7th
$25...Members & Non-Members
$10...Students
Douglas J. Bennion
Specialist
Building Science & Code Compliance
Please join us to learn about findings of n ew research sponsored by the Insulating Concrete Form Manufacturers Association (ICFMA) which now gives scientific evidence for what ICF/Concrete building proponents have known, but have been unable to quantify.

ICF expert Douglas Bennion will present a summary of these findings that document the superior thermal performance of insulated concrete walls versus a range of typical framed walls, both wood and steel. Two significant thermal improvements offered by insulated concrete walls will be discussed in depth.

In addition, learn which concrete mix design performs best with ICF.
With his ICF construction, testing and training experience, Douglas Bennion demonstrates both the tried and true techniques as well as the latest developments in ICFs to builders around the world. He brings with him:
• 40 years experience in concrete construction
• Currently serves as the Building Science and Code Compliance specialist for an international group of EPS building products manufacturers.
• He has conducted hundreds of classroom and on-site trainings with builders. Douglas is a featured speaker at concrete industry forums and teaches accredited continuing education courses to architects and engineers.
• He has been appointed as an advisor to regional and national committees, for formulation of material standards and building codes regarding ICFs.
LOCATION:
Scheels 
11282 S. State St.
Sandy, Utah 84070
Training Room
Level 2 northwest corner
EDUCATION HOURS:
1 PDH
1 Core Contractor CEU
1 ICC Hour
Tammy Meldrum | Executive Director
ACI Intermountain Chapter
PO Box 95622, South Jordan, UT 84095