The most current list of holdings is provided in the link above. To access any of the articles, please contact the Libraries committee chair, Jereme Montgomery.
What is the library?
ACI has published over 400 standards, codes, committee reports, manuals, symposia, and special documents – all available to ACI-NE members and covering diverse topics such as concrete durability, mixture proportioning, construction techniques, and design of concrete structures. Major publications include ACI’s Building Code (ACI 318), widely-adopted by U.S. and international code bodies, and the six-part Manual of Concrete Practice (MCP) which includes almost all of the Institute’s codes, standards, and committee reports.
Whether you’re looking for new technology, a better way to approach something, or information on a specific practice, look no further than the ACI-NE Library for searchable abstracts database. Search over 15,000 abstracts/articles dating back to the early 1900s is available to you.
How does the Library Work?
ACI documents, reports, and standards cannot be scanned or emailed. The doors are open for you to come to the Nebraska Concrete & Aggregates Association office (Lincoln) or Lyman-Richey Corp. (Omaha) to look through anything you are searching for.