American Shotcrete Association names Bittner to Board
Dennis Bittner appointed to ASA board of directors
By Chad Corley
The American Shotcrete Association (ASA) recently appointed Dennis Bittner, construction products representative for The QUIKRETE® Companies to its board of directors.
An 18-year industry veteran including the last seven with QUIKRETE®, Bittner is responsible for wet and dry mix process shotcrete construction projects in multiple arenas with an emphasis on bridge and tunnel repair and restoration for state DOTs and the rail industry. Bittner, who is also on the International Concrete Repair Institute’s (ICRI) board of directors for its Pittsburgh chapter, will serve a two-year term on the ASA board of directors.
The QUIKRETE® Companies offers a full line of micro silica enhanced shotcrete products that can be applied through a wet or dry process to deliver the combination of high strength, high adhesion, low rebound and low sag. These characteristics make QUIKRETE® Shotcrete ideal for use in rehabilitating bridges, tunnels, parking garages, ramps, piers, dams and other concrete structures. QUIKRETE® shotcrete has been used on many unique and award- winning projects including the Pleasure Pier in Texas, Pinkerton Tunnel in Pennsylvania, Dennis L. Edwards Tunnel in Oregon, Alcatraz Island and Stanford Linear Accelerator in California.
About the Author
Chad Corley is the Director of Public Relations at QUIKRETE.