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Publication Number: FHWA-SA-98-022
Date: May 1998
Are you responsible for keeping steel-reinforced concrete structures in good shape? If so, you know the damage that can be caused by corrosion in the reinforcing steel. The costs to maintain, repair, and rehabilitate these concrete structures are overwhelming. And highway users must suffer through aggravating delays caused by detours, closed lanes, and other traffic restrictions in work zones.
If you're looking for ways to solve the corrosion problem, you should attend the International Conference on Corrosion and Rehabilitation of Reinforced Concrete Structures, to be held December 7-11, 1998, in Orlando, Florida. The conference provides a chance to hear dozens of presentations by speakers from around the world on some of the most innovative technologies available for preventing and detecting corrosion in, and rehabilitating damage to, concrete bridges and structures.
In addition, the conference will feature exhibits by companies that provide products and services for designing, maintaining, and repairing reinforced concrete structures.
Conference sponsors include the U.S. Department of Transportation/Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).
For more information, contact Angela McMahon at Visions USA (phone: 404-880-0002, x257; fax: 404-880-0404; email: email@example.com). Information is also available on the Web (www.ota.fhwa.dot.gov/nrc).
For technical information, contact Donald Jackson at FHWA (phone: 202-366-6770; fax: 202-366-7909; email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
To make your hotel arrangements, contact the Radisson Twin Towers directly (telephone: 800-327-2110).
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