Program Committee Online Meeting

Below please find all of the pertinent materials for the upcoming Program Committee online meeting taking place on Wednesday, May 11, 2022, at 11:00 a.m. Eastern.

Via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2443157367?pwd=U3dscGowN1B3dnRocm1WMWxRcG9Odz09

Meeting ID: 244 315 7367/Passcode: RMC

Agenda

RMC Research & Education Foundation Antitrust Statement

Program Committee October 19, 2021, Conference Call Minutes

Project Payment Schedule By Year March 2022

Measures of Success

MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub Resources

Project 22-01: ASR Mitigation of Concrete with Multifunctional Nanosilica, $85,388 over 18 months, submitted by University of Louisville

Project 22-02: Minimize Shrinkage Cracking of High Performance Concrete with Internal Curing, $74,500 over 18 months, submitted by University of Louisville

Project 22-03: Enhancing Eco-Efficiency of Concrete Using Solid Wastes-Derived Carbon-Negative Supplementary Cementitious Materials, $150,000 over 24 months, submitted by Missouri University of Science and Technology

Project 22-03 Letter of Support 1

Project 22-03 Letter of Support 2

Project 22-04: Rapid Screening of Supplementary Cementitious Materials for Alkali-Silica Reaction Durability, $50,000 over 12 months, submitted by University of Miami

Project 22-05: Regulating Concrete Temperatures with Phase Change Composites, $100,000 over 12 months, submitted by Iowa State University INTRANS and Diversified Construction Services (DCS)

Project 22-06: A Concrete Strength Model to Optimize Concrete Mixtures – Phase Two, Submitted by Ed Dunstan

Project 22-07: Concrete Advancement Network Consortium

Project 22-08: Regional Low Embodied Concrete Mixtures, $100,000 over 6 months, submitted by the 5 CIM universities with support by Dr. Heather Brown, IMI

Project 22-09: Building Insurance Study, $12,000 in 2022, submitted by Dr. Pieter VanderWerf with co-funding and support from NRMCA

Project 22-10: Transforming the Concrete Delivery Professional Workforce, $146,400 over 12 months, submitted by MIT

Project 22-11: Towards Optimal, Green, and Affordable Concretes: A Case for Autonomous Fabrication, $50,000 - $75,000 over 18-24 months, submitted by Dr. MZ Naser, PE, Clemson University