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It is with great sadness that we announce that CI Instructor John Wilson passed away on Jan 10, 2022.

We thank John for his long association with the chapter and for being an ACI Certification Instructor.

The National Capital Chapter of ACI was established in 1971 to enhance the Washington DC area concrete industry and promotes the overall interests of the American Concrete Institute, an international organization based in Farmington Hills, Michigan. Our Chapter takes pride in engaging the concrete industry at large and has many events throughout the year to network with others in the industry. We support future young professionals with Student Chapters at the University of MarylandHoward University and University of the District of Columbia. We provide:

Monthly Membership Meetings    -    Certifications   -    Seminars

Annual Awards Ceremony and Dinner    -    Annual Golf Outing    -   Annual "Night at the Nats"

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NCC ACI with BWC ICRI Joint Chapter Meeting 2022

10 Feb 2022 
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Maggiano's Tysons Corner, 2001 International Drive, Mc Lean, VA 22102


    • Member of the National Capital Chapter, ACI
    • NCC ACI Staff or Staff sponsored person
    • Any current student attending a local area college or university and any professor working with these students. All others register as standard attendee.
    • Register:    https://www.nccaci.org/event-4611520/Registration

    PT Concrete Repair Rules for Success

    5:30 pm Social Hour
    6:30 pm Dinner
    7:30 pm Presentation

    Presented by: 

    Don Kline, Kline Engineering

     Presentation Description:

    Abstract:  Most repair contractors and engineers are familiar with typical repairs of unbonded post-tensioning (PT) systems.  This presentation will focus on some of the more unique PT repair and strengthening applications in practice.  We will review historic unbonded PT systems that can be found in buildings today, and we will explore the root causes for deterioration and failure of PT systems in buildings.  Information provided in this presentation will lead to successful projects for you and your clients.

    About The Presenter:                                                                       

    Presenter Bio:              

    Don Kline earned his B.S. degree from the University of Virginia and his M.S. degree in Civil Engineering from Virginia Tech.  Mr. Kline founded Kline Engineering & Consulting, LLC to provide a wide range of structural engineering consulting services.  During his career he has been personally involved in the design and construction of post-tensioned multi-story buildings, podium slabs, tanks, and bridges.  Additionally, he has extensive experience in the evaluation, repair, rehabilitation and strengthening of existing PT structures. Mr. Kline is an active member of the American Concrete Institute (ACI), the Post-Tensioning Institute (PTI), the National Capital Chapter of ACI, and the Structural Engineers Association of Metropolitan Washington.  Mr. Kline currently serves as chair of PTI’s Technical Advisory Board (TAB).  He is on the PTI board of directors.  And he serves on ACI 318 Sub T, ACI 320, ACI 301, and ACI 423.


    This is our annual joint meeting with the ICRI-BWC chapter,  we look forward to networking with our industry peers!.

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