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The Role of Concrete Moisture in Sustainable Design

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Sponsored By: ISE Logik Industries, Inc.

Description: Concrete has been a reliable, durable, sustainable construction material for many thousands of years. Moisture movement through and within concrete, however, has always been a concern for the design/build community. In this course, we will discuss how specification of one performance requirement—discontinuous capillary concrete—contributes to sustainability by: minimizing waste of energy, water, and materials; maximizing value by efficient use of new, reused, and renewable resources; protecting occupant health, and eliminating non-value added project costs and activities.

Presented by: Dean E. Craft, ISE Logik Industries, Inc.

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