The award is given to an individual or an organization who, or which, as a constructor, has made significant contributions to progress in methods of concrete construction. * The Alfred E. Lindau Award was founded in 1947 by the Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute to honor the memory of Alfred E. Lindau, ACI Past President, who died in 1944 at Pearl Harbor, HI, while serving as Chief Civilian Engineering Assistant to the Officer in Charge, Pacific Naval Air Bases. Any outstanding engineering development work contributing importantly to the advancement of the sciences or arts of concrete design or construction, through development of general engineering practice or through application in specific noteworthy projects, is eligible. * The Cedric Willson Award was established by the ACI Northeast Texas Chapter and approved by the ACI Board of Direction in 1976 in recognition of Cedric Willson?fs many contributions in the areas of innovative materials and design, especially in lightweight aggregate, lightweight concrete, and lightweight concrete masonry.
2010 ACI Honors and Awards Program Nominations are open for the annual awards of the Institute A CI bestows honors and awards granted by the ACI Board of Direction on the recommendation of an Awards Committee. Designated recipients are invited Honorary Member is elected by unanimous vote of the ACI Board of Direction. Nominees will be judged by the degree to which to attend the annual spring convention of the Institute they have attained noteworthy recognition in the to receive the honors and awards. ACI is seeking following areas: nominations for the 2010 awards program. Nomination ■ Service in any field of endeavor aligned with the forms are available from ACI’s Web site, www.concrete. Institute’s objectives; org/ABOUT/AB-awards.HTM, as downloadable Word ■ Significant contributions to ACI and/or to the documents. From the awards homepage, you can choose concrete industry; the award form you wish to use to nominate a worthy ■ Contributions that have benefited their nation; and individual or organization. ■ Demonstrated positive influence on the industry Nominations may be submitted to ACI Headquarters and adherence to high standards of conduct, ethics, from any source, including, in most cases, self- and integrity. nominations. Please assist ACI in recognizing those A person elected an Honorary Member will receive a deserving individuals or organizations. Submit suitably inscribed certificate and an Honorary Member your nominations to the attention of Diane Pociask, lapel pin, which are presented at the spring convention’s Administrative Assistant, ACI Honors and Awards Opening Session and Awards Program. Program, at ACI Headquarters by February 15, 2010. Nominations for Fellow of the Institute should be FELLOW OF THE INSTITUTE submitted to ACI Headquarters by May 30, 2010. Fellows of the Institute are nominated by a Fellows Nomination Committee (FNC) and elected by the ACI HONORARY MEMBERSHIP Board of Direction. The FNC meets annually at the ACI The Institute recognizes persons of eminence in its convention to review nominations and develop a slate of field, and those who perform extraordinary meritorious recommended nominees for consideration and election service to the Institute, by conferring on them Honorary by the ACI Board of Direction. Membership, ACI’s highest honor. Potential candidates may be presented to the FNC for The Honorary Membership Committee reviews and its consideration by a member of the committee, by a formulates recommendations during their annual meeting local chapter, by the International Committee, or by at the ACI spring convention. The committee’s recom- petition by five cu
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