Best Practices for Hot Weather Concreting

The American Concrete Institute (ACI) defines hot weather as “any period of high temperature in which special precautions need to be taken to ensure proper handling, placing, finishing, and curing of concrete.” Recognizing these factors — and planning accordingly — will help you reduce the potential detrimental impact of hot weather on concrete performance. Watch this short 30-minute webinar featuring Jack Holley, a 40-year veteran of concrete quality control, as he shares his unique experiences working with concrete in Africa and Saudi Arabia.

During this webinar, Jack will go over:

  • Defining hot weather concreting;
  • Recognizing potential problems during concrete production and transportation;
  • Planning for potential issues your customers could face during placement and curing; and
  • Identify preventive measures to minimize the effects of hot weather.


About the Speaker

Jack Holley has 45 years of experience in concrete technology, quality assurance, and new product development. He served as the VP of Quality Assurance at Lafarge North America for more than a decade. His specialties include mix optimization, performance concretes, and QA systems.