ASPIRE is a quarterly magazine published by PCI in cooperation with the associations of the National Concrete Bridge Council. The editorial content focuses on the latest technology and key issues in the Concrete Bridge Industry.

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6 | ASPIRE , Spring 2010 CONCRETE CALENDAR 2010 CONTRIBUTING AUTHORS April 12-13 2010 ASBI Grouting Certification Training J.J. Pickle Research Campus, The Commons Center, Austin, Tex. May 23-27 AASHTO Subcommittee on Bridges and Structures Annual Meeting Grand Sheraton Hotel, Sacramento, Calif. May 29 – June 2 Third International fib Congress and Exhibition PCI Annual Convention PCI-FHWA National Bridge Conference Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, National Harbor, Md. June 6-9 International Bridge Conference David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, Pa. June 14-19 PCI Quality Control & Assurance Schools, Levels I, II & III Sheraton Music City Hotel, Nashville, Tenn. June 22-23 ASBI Construction Practices Seminar Orlando, Fla. July 11-15 Fifth International Conference on Bridge Maintenance, Safety and Management International Association for Bridge Maintenance and Safety (IABMAS) Loews Philadelphia Hotel, Philadelphia, Pa. September 23-26 PCI Committee Days Westin Hotel, Chicago, Ill. October 11-12 2010 ASBI 22nd Annual Convention The Westin Bayshore, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada October 24-28 ACI Fall Convention The Westin Convention Center, Pittsburgh, Pa. December 1-3 TRB-FHWA 7th International Bridge Engineering Conference: Improving Reliability and Safety Grand Hyatt, San Antonio, Tex. For links to websites, email addresses, or telephone numbers for these events, go to M. Myint Lwin is director of the FHWA Office of Bridge Technology in Washington, D.C. He is responsible for the National Highway Bridge Program direction, policy, and guidance, including bridge technology development, deployment and education, and the National Bridge Inventory and Inspection Standards. Dr. Benjamin A. Graybeal is a research structural engineer at the Federal Highway Administration's Tu r n e r- F a i r b a n k H i g h w a y Research Center in McLean, Va., where he manages the FHWA UHPC research program. Dr. Dennis R. Mertz is professor of civil engineering at the University of Delaware. Formerly with Modjeski and Masters Inc. when the LRFD Specifications were first written, he has continued to be actively involved in their development. R a y m o n d P a u l G i r o u x has spent 30 years with Kiewit Corporation and is district quality manager in Concord, Calif. Much of his work has been on heavy civil projects. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Transportation Research Board. He has also been involved with ASCE history and heritage efforts and chaired their committee celebrating the 125th anniversary of the Brooklyn Bridge in 2008 Frederick Gottemoeller is an engineer and architect, who specializes in the aesthetic aspects of bridges and highways. He is the author of Bridgescape, a reference book on aesthetics and was deputy administrator of the Maryland State Highway Administration. MANAGING TECHNICAL EDITOR Dr. Henry G. Russell is an engineering consultant, who has been involved with the applications of concrete in bridges for over 35 years and has published many papers on the applications of high- performance concrete. Photo: Ted Lacey Photography. Calender-Contributors_spr10.indd 6 4/30/14 10:48 AM

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