Learn easy ways to avoid damage.
If you handle concrete distress and deterioration, there are six common deterioration issues that you will deal with. Our speaker dives into finish-related delamination, corrosion of reinforcement, freeze and thaw deterioration, alkali-silica reactivity, slab cracking and curling, and while it may be the lowest of the most common issues, sulfate deterioration happens often enough to come across concrete professional’s desk on a regular basis.
Matthew R. Sherman, P.E., F.ACI
Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc
- Principal at Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc. with more than 20 years of experience in the construction industry, professionally licensed in Massachusetts and seven other states
- Project manager on numerous projects involving concrete materials, deleterious reactions in concrete, nondestructive testing, failure investigation, and repair of reinforced concrete, steel, and masonry structures
- Group leader of a team of structural engineers, materials engineers, chemists, and petrographers investigating failures nationwide
- Member of the International Concrete Repair Institute’s Technical Activities Committee that reviews and oversees the work of all ICRI technical committees
- Member of numerous other organizations including the American Concrete Institute, Concrete Society, American Welding Society and the International Concrete Repair Institute
- Written extensively on the topics of concrete materials and durability, diagnosis of concrete failure, preparation of concrete for repair, and selection of repair materials
- Speaker at World of Concrete, NACE conferences, Concrete Industry Board, ICRI national conventions, international conferences, regional DOT meetings, and ACI national conventions
- Articles have been featured in publications such as NACE Proceedings, Concrete International, The Construction Specifier, ASCE Fifth Congress on Forensic Engineering, Concrete Construction, and the ICRI Concrete Repair Bulletin
- M.S. degree, civil engineering, structural, The University of Texas at Austin; B.S. degree, civil engineering, Cornell University
- Can be contacted at [email protected]
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