November Technical Meeting

  • 20 Nov 2013
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Hotel VQ
  • 57


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Brian Green will be our guest speaker for November 20th, in which Brian will be discussing Ultra-high performance concretes (UHPCs)This session will be presented via webinar, as opposed to our normal venues in which we have our speaker present in person.


Brian H. Green is a Research Geologist specializing in grout and concrete materials research in the Concrete and Materials Branch, Geotechnical and Structures Laboratory, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC), located in Vicksburg, MS. 

Brian is a Fellow of the American Concrete Institute and is heavily involved with the ACI and its mission. He serves as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ representative to the American Concrete Institute’s Strategic Development Council (SDC) and currently serves on the SDC Board of Directors and as chair of the SDC Crack Reduction Initiative.

Mr. Green is the current Secretary of ACI Committee 552, Cementitious Grouting; and a member of the following ACI Committees:

ACI 229, Controlled Low-Strength Materials
ACI 236, Materials Science of Concrete
ACI 236D, Nanotechnology of Concrete
ACI 239, Ultra-High Performance Concrete
ACI 630, Construction Inspector Certification
ACI 13, Certification Program Committee
ACI 304, Measuring, Mixing, Transporting, and Placing Concrete

 He also serves on the Board of Directors for the ACI Mid-South Chapter.

He is a member of Sigma Xi International and is a Registered Professional Geologist with the State of Mississippi.

His research interests include the development of structural grouts, high-strength concretes, fiber-reinforced concretes, controlled low-strength materials, roller-compacted concrete, mass concrete, and ultra-high performance concretes. He coordinates and teaches in the Corps of Engineers’ PROSPECT Courses, “Concrete Fundamentals” and “Concrete Maintenance and Repair,” that provide the Corps of Engineers, Army, Navy, Air Force, and other federal agencies a week-long intensive course of study.

 Brian has extensive field and laboratory work experience providing past R&D support and collaboration to the Department of Energy, Sandia National Laboratory, and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.  He has also supported the Defense Nuclear Agency, Defense Special Weapons Agency, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, and Department of Homeland Security.

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