The Mission of ICRI
The mission of the International Concrete Repair Institute, a non-profit organization, is to improve the quality of concrete repair, restoration, and protection, through education of, and communication among, the members and those who use their services.
ůsincerely believe that concrete repairs should be made properly and made to last.
...pool their knowledge and experience to benefit the entire concrete industry.
...profit from the knowledge, contacts, and referrals made through the Institute.
There is no better way to meet and interact with engineers, contractors, owners, and suppliers than to attend ICRI chapter meetings. Usually held in conjunction with a dinner, these meetings have fostered many, many business and personal relationships. Information about the next New England Chapter meeting can be found in our Meetings page.
Most meetings feature a presenter who is a recognized authority on some aspect of concrete repair or a business topic affecting the chapter members. In addition, forums and panel discussions on issues such as warranties, specifications, and legal issues are frequently held during chapter meetings.
Additionally, our chapter periodically sponsors seminars in a variety of formats, including hands-on demonstrations and exhibits.
How To Join
Each ICRI chapter operates independently, with its own bylaws, officers, and dues schedules. Only national ICRI members are eligible to join a local chapter. Chapter dues are paid in conjunction with ICRI dues. For information about joining the New England ICRI chapter, see Membership Info & Benefits.
Concrete Repair Bulletin
American Concrete Institute