Introduction to Ultra-High Performance Concrete

Elise M. Love, Senior Associate

Ultra-High Performance Concrete (UHPC) is defined as a class of concrete having compressive strengths generally between 22 ksi and 30 ksi. This material also exhibits a range of other material properties that make it desirable for use within the concrete industry. This webinar, presented by WJE's Elise Love, provides an introduction to UHPC, its development, material properties, as well as a discussion of its advantages and disadvantages. A brief overview of existing applications, as well as possible applications for consideration, is also included.

* This webinar recording is made available for educational purposes. While we hope you will watch and learn something useful, please note that viewers aren't eligible for AIA credit.