The Structural Concrete Alliance brings together the Concrete Repair Association (CRA), Corrosion Prevention Association (CPA) and Sprayed Concrete Association (SCA) to provide a single co-ordinated voice, and source of reference for the structural concrete refurbishment and repair industry.
The Structural Concrete Alliance provides authoritative guidance on asset protection and repair:
Representing over 90 companies drawn nationally from contractors, manufacturers, distributors, consultants, test houses and equipment suppliers, the Alliance offers a single point of contact for major clients and a definitive source of information and advice for all involved in the repair, refurbishment and management of concrete infrastructure and the protection from corrosion of a wide range of structures.
The Structural Concrete Alliance has now finalised the dates throughout 2016 for its popular programme of regional CPD seminars. Read more
The Structural Concrete Alliance has released several new guidance documents on the repair, maintenance and protection of concrete structures. Read more
New for 2016 the Structural Concrete Alliance presents a Practical Demonstration Day with the experts. Read more
The Concrete Repair Association (CRA) has revised its Standard Method of Measurement for Concrete Repair. Read more
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The Structural Concrete Alliance publishes a quarterly E-Bulletin providing the latest industry updates and news from members of the CRA, CPA and SCA, as they occur.
Formed in 1989, the CRA is committed to promoting and developing the practice of concrete repair and allied disciplines, as well as advancing education, technical training and health & safety matters in this specialist construction sector.
The Corrosion Prevention Association represents consultants, contractors and manufacturers working in the field of corrosion prevention for reinforced concrete and masonry encased steel.
Sprayed Concrete Association (SCA) represents leading contracting and manufacturing companies engaged in sprayed concrete.Tweets by @SCAlliance3