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Construction/Infrastructure Composites

Composites are used in building and construction, architecture and infrastructure applications, particularly as a reinforcing material. Lately, bridge construction has proven a particularly promising application. Learn more: http://www.compositesworld.com/zones/construction-and-infrastructure-composites

The American Institute of Architects National Convention

The AIA National Convention is the industry’s leading national event with essential, topical education sessions and tours; exhibitors ready to show you what’s new and what’s next; and many networking events and opportunities to reconnect with old friends and meet new ones. Continuing Education Create a learning experience tailored to your own professional needs and Read More…

American Composites Manufacturers Association Certification Program

The Certified Composites Technician (CCT) program is the industry’s gold standard for composites training. It is designed to strengthen industry standards, elevate production performance, upgrade individual levels of knowledge and skill and offer public recognition to those who demonstrate a prescribed level of expertise in a specific composites specialization. The program was created by ACMA Read More…

American Composites Manufacturers Association Architectural Division

The Architectural Division is one of ACMA’s Composites Growth Initiative (CGI) Committees. This specialty industry committee focused on growing composites in various market segments and manufacturing processes. By changing codes and creating specifications, the Architectural Division is working to make fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) composites an acceptable alternative to traditional materials, such as concrete, steel Read More…

CICI – Center for the Integration of Composites into Infrastructure

The Center for the Integration of Composites into Infrastructure is a National Science Foundation (NSF) Industry/University Cooperative Research Center which began operations in July 2009. The primary objective of the center is to usher applications of composites in civil and military infrastructures to the next level through collaborative efforts between West Virginia University, Rutgers, the Read More…