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MAR 2018

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COATINGSPRO MARCH 2018 77 Upcoming Events MARCH 22-27, 2018 2018 RCI INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION George R. Brown Convention Center — Houston, TX Sponsored By: RCI, Inc. Features: RCI's premier annual event features more than 25 hours of educational seminars, live product demonstrations, and a two-day trade show with more than 130 exhibitors. It's a great opportunity to meet with fellow members, discover the newest developments in building envelope technology, and earn a full year's worth of continuing education credit — all at one event. More Info: www.rci-online.org APRIL 11-13, 2018 2018 ICRI SPRING CONVENTION InterContinental Mark Hopkins — San Francisco, C A Sponsored By: ICRI Features: Plan to join the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) in San Francisco, CA — the best opportunity for novice and seasoned professionals to expand their understanding of concrete repair, protection, and restoration at the convention through networking, technical sessions, earning professional development hour (PDH) credits, and participating in ICRI Committee meetings. More Info: www.icri.org APRIL 15-19, 2018 CORROSION 2018 Phoenix Convention Center — Phoenix, A Z Sponsored By: NACE International Features: CORROSION is the world's largest corrosion conference and exposition, and it's coming to the Southwest! Each year, CORROSION welcomes more than 6,000 corrosion engineers, scientists, researchers, technicians, asset owners, inspectors, and other professionals from more than 60 countries across the world. This comprehen- sive conference is packed with technical education and knowledge exchange along with opportunities to connect with industry experts and peers focused on the preven- tion and mitigation of corrosion worldwide. More Info: www.nacecorrosion.org MAY 8-9, 2018 ABAA CONFERENCE AND TRADE SHOW Salt Palace Convention Center — Salt L ake Cit y, UT Sponsored By: ABAA Features: The Air Barrier Association of America (ABAA) is hosting its 7th annual conference and trade show. This is the only conference in the world that focuses on air barriers and building airtightness. Come learn from some of the top minds in building science with expertise in building enclosures, moisture management, air barriers, sustainability, and enclosure commissioning. More Info: www.abaaconference.com MAY 22-24, 2018 MEGARUST: NAVAL CORROSION CONFERENCE San Diego Marriott Mission Valley — San Diego, C A Sponsored By: American Society of Naval Engineers Features: The theme of this year's conference is Corrosion Control: Enabling Affordability, Mission Readiness, and Force Extension. The conference provides an impartial forum for dialogue between government and commercial organizations, and providers of coatings and corrosion control products, processes, technologies, and solutions. Participants include representatives from military, industry, and govern- ment organizations involved with research and development, design, engineering, construction, maintenance, modernization, and operation of naval systems that are potentially affected by corrosion. The conference covers all segments of the naval services, including sea, air, Marine Corps, vehicles, and facilities. More Info: www.navalengineers.org JUNE 11-14, 2018 THE INTERNATIONAL BRIDGE CONFERENCE Gaylord National Resor t & Convention Center — National Harbor, MD Sponsored By: Engineers' Society of Western Pennsylvania Features: Presented by the Engineers' Society of Western Pennsylvania, the International Bridge Conference (IBC) annually attracts more than 1,200 bridge owners and engineers, senior policy makers, government officials, bridge designers, construction executives, and suppliers from throughout the United States and abroad. Now in its 35th year as an annual conference, the 2017 participants came from 48 states and 17 countries. The IBC is planned by an all-volunteer group and provides continuing education and networking opportunities to members of all facets of the bridge industry. More Info: www.eswp.com

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