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Pool & Recreational Shotcrete Corner Tproud to announce the establishment of its third position Committee member, and Chair of the Sustainability Committee,ShotcreteI would like to recognize Charles Hanskat, ASAmagazine Technical Editor, Pool & Recreational Shotcretehe ASA Pool & Recreational Shotcrete Committee is againstatement: “Sustainability of Shotcrete in the Pool Industry.” ASA recognizes the impact of sustainable structures for his efforts in this statement. Charles’s contributions to our built in the workplace today. Many in the design community group as editor, content contributor, and overall lead in shotcrete look for alternative green construction techniques that have sustainability are unmatched within ASA or ACI. positive effects on the gathering and use of natural resources. The continuing goal of the Pool & Recreational Shotcrete The shotcrete industry’s use of sustainable work processes committee is to help pool builders who work with shotcrete goes hand in hand with this initiative. The Pool & Recreational identify proper applications and methodology. This paper can Shotcrete Committee created this paper as a tool to aid pool be found online at www.shotcrete.org/poolpositionpaper_3. builders with these techniques. Shotcrete contractors can con- Add this to your growing number of pool reference materials. tinue to be part of the solution when it comes to green building William T. Drakeley techniques, which in turn helps with LEED Certification. Chair, Pool & Recreational Shotcrete Committee 38800 Country Club Dr., Farmington Hills, MI 48331 Phone: (248) 848-3780 • Fax: (248) 848-3740 E-mail: info@shotcrete.org • Website: www.shotcrete.org Shotcrete • Summer 2013 55


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