ISCP Organizational Members and Major Conference Sponsors

ISCP Organizational Members


ISCP-Sponsored Events


September 23-26, 2014
Prague, Czech Republic
Organized by EUPAVE
12th International Symposium on Concrete Roads

August 28-31, 2016
San Antonio, Texas, USA
Organized by ISCP
11th International Conference on Concrete Pavements

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ISCP Membership Application

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Types of Membership:

Membership categories are as follows:

Student Members

Current undergraduate or graduate students

Members

Professionals who are or have been actively involved in improving concrete pavement technology through involvement in analysis, design, materials, construction, evaluation, maintenance, rehabilitation and/or management of hydraulic cement concrete pavements.

Organizational Members

Organizations (including government agencies, nonprofit agencies, engineering firms, contractors, trade associations, universities, equipment/materials/service suppliers, and others) who are committed to improving concrete pavement technology and are willing to financially support the Society.

Honorary Members

Members who have provided exemplary service to the Society or to the improvement of concrete pavement technology. Honorary Members are elected by vote of the Board of Directors.
Honorary Member Nomination

Annual Membership Dues:

Annual membership dues are as follows and are due and payable on January 1 of each calendar year:

Student Members:

Dues waived for full-time undergraduate or graduate students (must register every year)

Members:

U.S.$75 per year

Honorary Members:

Dues waived

Organizational Members:

U.S.$1000 per year

Full-Time Employees of Organizational Members:

U.S.$30 per year

Membership dues are for the calendar year (January 1 through December 31). Members who are current with their annual dues will be considered to be in good standing with the Society. All individual members of the Society who are in good standing have one vote on all matters balloted by the Society. Organizational members who are in good standing have one vote through a representative designated by the organization.