The American Concrete Institute (ACI) has appointed Trey Hamilton senior engineer to support the technical committees and develop technical resources, educational programmes and adopt consensus-based standards.
Hamilton has spent 28 years conducting applied research and teaching with a focus on structural concrete and masonry. Prior to entering academe, he was in private practice as a design engineer for seven years designing commercial and institutional buildings as well as municipal and industrial facilities.
He is also past chair of ACI technical activities committee and ACI committee 423 prestressed concrete. Recently retired from the University of Florida, Hamilton is a registered professional engineer in Florida and Wyoming and is a fellow of both the ACI and Post-Tensioning Institute.