New Mexico State University's Engineering New Mexico program in holds an Annual Quality Concrete School in collaboration with the New Mexico Readymix Concrete and Agregrates Association that includes workshops and lectures covering various topics like testing, troubleshooting and transporting concrete. The 2017 class is the 53rd presentation of this school.
The Quality Concrete School is conducted for professional engineers and others involved in the construction industry to provide the latest technologies and information used in concrete applications. The workshops encompass a range of competency levels to accommodate those attending.
As the oldest and largest engineering program in the state, the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University is dedicated to enriching the state’s economic competitiveness through the advancement of innovation, entrepreneurship and employee preparedness required to meet the changing needs of the 21st century.
In keeping with the land-grant mission of NMSU, the Engineering New Mexico Resource Network delivers engineering-based outreach services to businesses, governmental and non-governmental entities, and to provide innovative educational science, technology, engineering and math programs that prepare tomorrow’s leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs. The Engineering New Mexico Resource Network leverages extensive expertise to advance the state’s economy and meet statewide needs.
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