Concrete Construction Special Inspector Certification

April 21, 2021 4:30 PM to May 12, 2021 9:00 PM

NYCON Supply Corp.
47-17 27th Street
Long Island City, NY 11101
Venue website

Five day certification course with instructional classes on April 21,27 and May 5,12 with the written and plan reading exams administered on May 19.


Welcome to the NJACI Website

The NJACI chapter is an active, fiscally sound organization of approximately 400 members which strives to further education in concrete technology and promote the use of concrete throughout the State of New Jersey. Composed of contractors, engineers, educators, concrete and concrete material suppliers, manufacturers of concrete related products, and testing laboratories, the Chapter holds four dinner meetings each year featuring topics of interest presented by experts in the concrete industry. There is also an annual golf outing which offers members and their guests a wonderful day of golf and socializing.

 Benefits of belonging to NJACI:

  • Get and stay certified by ACI International in concrete field testing, laboratory testing, strength testing, concrete technology and more

  • The Annual Concrete Awards Dinner

  • Join a network of over 500 members in the concrete field

  • Keep in touch with local problems related to concrete

  • Concrete Construction Technology Certified Personnel

  • Join Now - Fill in the online membership form.


Mission Statement

Section 1:

  • Fosters the highest quality design and construction of concrete structures through education, exchange and debate;

  • Is dedicated to the practice of the highest professional ethical standards in all elements of the concrete construction industry;

  • Promotes the use of quality concrete.

Section 2:

  • To distribute information provided by the American Concrete Institute (ACI), Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute (CRSI), American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM), and other recognized applicable subject-related entities for design, construction and testing practices together with public codes and regulations which will foster quality plain and reinforced concrete.

Section 3:

  • To provide a forum for the concrete industry.

Section 4:

  • To do all things incidental or conductive to attainment of these objectives.