Farmington Hills, Mich. — The American Concrete Institute (ACI) announced the recipients of the ACI Certification Award and the ACI Construction Award at a press conference during World of Concrete.

N.J. Gardner, FACI, Professor Emeritus at the University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, received the ACI Construction Award. Gardner was recognized for the parametric analysis evaluation of flat plates constructed using a single level of shores and multiple levels of elastic reshores. Gardner has been an ACI Member since 1962.

Luc Monette, President of HP Engineering Inc., a structural engineering design firm in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, received the ACI Construction Award. Monette was recognized for the parametric analysis evaluation of flat plates constructed using a single level of shores and multiple levels of elastic reshores.

William R. “Rod” Elderton received the ACI Certification Award for outstanding and tireless service in promoting, supporting, and delivering ACI Certification programs through the Southern California Chapter. Elderton is a retired Manager of the Soils and Concrete Team for the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Elderton has been an ACI member since 2002.

Marc Jolin, FACI, is a Professor at Laval University Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. He received the ACI Certification Award for outstanding leadership and service on ACI Certification committees, and tireless service in developing, promoting, supporting, and delivering ACI Certification programs worldwide. Jolin has been an ACI member since 1998.

Terry Harris, Sr., FACI, received the ACI Certification Award for outstanding leadership and service on ACI Certification committees, and tireless service in developing, promoting, supporting, and delivering ACI Certification programs. Harris is Director, Technical Service – Concrete for the Americas for GCP Applied Technologies, headquartered in Cambridge, MA. Harris has been an ACI member since 1984.

For more information on the ACI Honors and Awards, visit www.concrete.org.

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