ACIWNY CERTIFICATION TESTING
The American Concrete Institute offers 21 certification programs designed to form a minimum qualification for personnel employed within the concrete construction industry. Certification examinations are conducted through ACI’s international network of over 100 sponsoring groups. ACI’s sponsoring groups have administered certification exams to over 550,000 individuals, with over 100,000 certifications currently maintained by ACI.
The American Concrete Institute’s Western New York Sponsoring Group is a 100% volunteer organization comprised of local concrete industry professionals donating their time, effort and knowledge to improve the quality of all facets of concrete construction. ACIWNY offers certification testing 8 to 10 times each year, certifying approximately 200 people annually.
At the present time, The American Concrete Institute’s Western New York Sponsoring Group conducts certification examinations for the following certifications:
- ACI Field Testing Technician – Grade 1
- Concrete Construction Special Inspector
- Concrete Strength Testing Technician
- Aggregate Testing Technician – Level 1
- Concrete Laboratory Testing Technician – Level 2
- Concrete Transportation Construction Inspector
- Adhesive Anchor Installer
- Concrete Flatwork Finisher and Technician
Professional Engineer oversight is provided by Mr. Don Borkowski, with Mr. Jeff Wilson organizing testing cycles.
Registration for all exams is on a first registered, first paid basis.
Registration cancellation prior to 10 days from the exam date will be issued a full refund less the cost of study materials received.
Cancellation of registration less than 10 days from the exam date will be issued a refund less $100.00 administration charge, and less cost of study materials received.
Credits, or transfer of registration fees from applicant to applicant, or to later test cycles is not permitted.
All review course and exam dates, times and locations are subject to change. Courses and exams are subject to cancellation in the event of low enrollment.