‘Concrete in Australia’ magazine
The Concrete Institute of Australia has been providing Members with this magazine for 47 years and it is available as a hardcopy or as a digital document. This publication is available to Members only and an archive of issues are available for download in the Members Hub.
The Concrete Institute of Australia has developed Recommended Practices that present the latest knowledge and information on a topic, together with recommendations as to the appropriate application of that knowledge and information. It is generally a document in excess of 20 pages and is referenced by the Institute as a Z document. These are available for purchase by the public and we are pleased to offer our Members a discount on the purchase price.
Current Practice Notes
A Current Practice Note is a document presenting the latest knowledge and information on a topic. It is generally a short document of around 8-12 pages and is referenced by the Institute as a CPN document. The Concrete Institute of Australia has made these available to Members Only and are available for download in the Members Hub. The Current Practice Notes available include:
- The Use of Galvanised Reinforcement in Concrete
- Non-destructive Testing of Concrete
- Design of Joints in Concrete Structures
- Fly Ash and its Use in Concrete
- Ground Granulated Iron Blast Furnace Slag and its Use in Concrete
- Amorphous Silica and its Use in Concrete
- Watertight Concrete Structures
- Prestressed Concrete Anchorage Zones
- Slab Edge Dampness
- Compaction of Concrete Using Immersion and Surface Bivrators
- Fibres in Concrete
Seminar Course Notes
The Concrete Institute of Australia provides comprehensive Course Notes from our past events including the National Seminar Series and we have made them available for purchase to the public and we are pleased to offer our Members a discount on the purchase price.
Amercian Concrete Institute (ACI) Book Store
Professional Members of the Concrete Institute of Australia can become a Member of the American Concrete Institute for $165 (inc GST). One of the many benefits available to Members is access to a vast resource library and the ACI Store which lists hundreds of documents dedicated to improving the design, construction, maintenance, and repair of concrete and masonry structures. ACI documents are developed in numerous types and formats. All Members of the Concrete Institute of Australia are entitled to a discount of 20% of all publications via direct order.