Meeting Notice

Thursday, January 31, 2019

The Westin Atlanta Perimeter
7 Concourse Parkway NE
Atlanta, GA 30328

11:30 Registration
12:00 Luncheon


$30.00 Members/Non-Members
$45.00 Walk-ins


Evaluation and Repair of Fire Damaged Concrete Structures

Concrete has substantial fire resistant properties. As such, it is often difficult to visually assess if a fire has compromised the concrete or caused enough damage to warrant removal and replacement. This presentation will focus on the industry standard field and laboratory techniques typically employed to evaluate concrete fire damage and the methods typically used to restore the concrete. 


Brian Wolfe, PE
Principal Engineer and Concrete Petrographer
TEC Services

Brian Wolfe, PE is a Principal Engineer and Concrete Petrographer with TEC Services. Born and raised in northern Illinois, Mr. Wolfe is a tortured Chicago Bears fan and a graduate from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana. Mr. Wolfe’s 17 year career in the engineering field has included structural evaluations, repair design, nondestructive evaluation, forensic engineering, materials testing, chemical analysis interpretation, and petrographic evaluations of concrete. Mr. Wolfe’s specialty experience of petrographic evaluation has encountered many projects in which concrete fire damage was in question.     

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