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    Default ICC Reinforced concrete and ACI???

    I am taking the ICC exam for concrete special inspector tomorrow. But I have a question about the requirements to get the certificate and the associates certificate.

    ICC web site says; 1: Pass ICC then, 2: get ACI by submitting work experience affidavits to get the certificate. Then to achieve the associates certificate I have up to 6 years to get ACI Grade 1 cert from ACI, after which all I got to do is submit the ACI grade 1 cert to ICC to get the ICC associates cert. Right?

    I already have my ACI grade 1 certificate. I am taking my ICC exam tomorrow. If I pass my ICC tomorrow do I still have to submit my work affidavits to ACI or can I just submit my current cert from ACI without all the paper work and get the ICC assoiciates?

    I have tried to contact ICC... referred to web site...no help. Contacted ACI and she basically just read me what was on the web site and did not answer any questions. I just want to do the least amount of paperwork as possible without doing it over and over again.

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    Default Re: ICC Reinforced concrete and ACI???

    From your post, you need:

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Evans View Post
    ICC web site says;
    - 1: Pass ICC then,
    - 2: get ACI

    - Then to achieve the associates certificate .. get ACI Grade 1 cert from ACI
    - after which all I got to do is submit the ACI grade 1 cert to ICC to get the ICC associates cert.
    You say you already have:

    I already have my ACI grade 1 certificate.
    And that:

    I am taking my ICC exam tomorrow.
    My take on what you stated above:
    - You already have 2 above.
    - You need to get 1 above.

    Seems to me that would meet what you are saying they are asking for: 1 & 2 above.

    Jerry Peck, Construction / Litigation Consultant
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