American Concrete Institute Joins NAHB's Concrete Council
The American Concrete Institute (ACI) has become the newest associate member of NAHB’s Concrete Home Building Council (CHBC), NAHB’s resource for cement-based building systems and products.
With the addition of ACI, CHBC membership now includes 11 national trade associations that serve as NAHB's resource for cement-based building systems and products.
"I believe having a strong international organization like ACI, with interests in all of the cement-based systems and products represented by the CHBC membership, will strengthen our technical and education offerings to NAHB's builder and associate membership," said Michael H. Weber, CHBC president and the director of residential construction for the Portland Cement Association.
Headquartered in Farmington Hills, Mich., ACI has 98 chapters and about 15,000 members in 108 countries. Founded in 1904, ACI conducts seminars worldwide, manages certification programs and publishes technical documents to advance the knowledge and uses of concrete.
CHBC offers a variety of networking, technical, marketing and educational resources to companies in, or interested in, the residential concrete construction industry. In addition to national association memberships, CHBC members also include manufacturers, contributing industry partners and consulting companies.
For information about the American Concrete Institute, visit www.aci-int.org.
For information about CHBC or ACI’s membership in the council, e-mail Kate Driscoll at NAHB, or call her at 800-368-5242 x8362.