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H.Res. 394 (108th): Recognizing the American Concrete Institute’s 100-year contribution as the standards development organization of the concrete industry and for the safe and technologically current construction activity it has enabled, which contributes to the economic stability, quality of life, durability of infrastructure, and international competitiveness of the United States.


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11/4/2003--Passed House without amendment. Recognizes the American Concrete Institute (ACI) for 100 years of service to the people of the United States as the technical society for the concrete industry. Encourages the designation of an ACI Centennial Day.