History of Post-Tensioned Concrete in the U.S.
by Ken Bondy, S.E.
January 9, 2024; 11:00 AM - 12:00 NOON Pacific Time (FREE WEBINAR)Small Business System Requirements FAQ Register
Ken Bondy will give an entertaining and informative lecture about the history of post-tensioned concrete in the United States from 1963 to present.
ICC Preferred Provider Course Number: 38467
Ken Bondy has specialized in the design and construction of concrete building structures, mostly post-tensioned, for 50 plus years. He has extensive experience in original design, construction, testing, code development, investigation, teaching, and testimony. He has been personally responsible for the design of over two thousand existing elevated post-tensioned concrete building structures and more than ten thousand residential post-tensioned concrete foundations built on expansive soils. He has unique expertise and experience in the retrofit and strengthening of existing buildings using externally applied post-tensioned tendons.
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All attendees, irrespective of the number of registered connections, can earn 0.2 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) or 2.0 professional development hours (PDHs). CEU/PDH certificates are provided free of charge.
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