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2017 RC3 Ken Fone-Jack Weber Scholarship Winners - The winners of the 2017 RC3 Ken Fone-Jack Weber Scholarships are Samantha Wagner from Northeastern University, and Matthew Waltermire and Edward Mathews from Wentworth Institute of Technology. Each winner will receive a $1,000 scholarship presented to them at the RC3 Annual Fall Dinner Meeting and Awards Banquet.

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Samantha Wagner Northeastern University


Edward Mathews Wentworth Institute of Technology


Matthew Waltermire Wentworth Institute of Technology


RC3 Summer 2015 Newsletter


RC3 2016 Ken Fone - Jack Weber Scholarship Winners and Annual Dinner Presentation

The Reinforced Concrete Construction Committee (RC3) held its 2016 Annual Dinner Presentation and Scholarship Awards Banquet on Wednesday, October 26th, at the Revere Hotel/Boston Common.

Dinner Presentation. This year's speaker was Andreas Tselebidis. Andreas is the Director of Concrete Technology & Solutions in the Admixture Systems Division of BASF Chemicals. He has authored over 30 technical papers in various concrete industry journals and has 9 patents on concrete technology. He has been integral with the implementation of sustainable concrete solutions on signature projects nationally and worldwide, including 432 Park Avenue and the World Trade Center Towers in New York. In 2015, he was selected by ENR's editors as one of the Top 25 Newsmakers. Andreas spoke on Green Sense Concrete which is an optimized mixture program in which recycled cementitious and non-cementitious materials are used in combination with specially formulated admixtures. The result is an environmentally-friendly, cost-effective concrete that meets, and often exceeds, performance targets. The positive impact of using Green Sense Concrete on sustainability criteria is quantified by certified eco-efficiency analysis or life-cycle analyzer tool.

Ken Fone - Jack Weber 2016 Scholarship Winners. In 2009, RC3 established a scholarship program in honor of Ken Fone and Jack Weber. The scholarship was established to support sophomore or junior civil engineering and construction management students who have demonstrated their ability to succeed and are interested in pursuing a career in the construction industry. Students must have a GPA of 2.75 or higher and write an essay on the value cast-in-place concrete has over steel, wood, and masonry construction. The 2016 winners of a $1,000 scholarship pictured above are Phil Bucciero, Wentworth, Construction Management; Jennifer Lin, Wentworth, Construction Management; and, Kimberly Perrone, Northeastern, Civil Engineering. Also pictured is Wayne Tarr (on left) President of RC3 and George Hamparian (on right) founding member of RC3.










George Hamparian (l) presents Jim Lee (r) with his Lifetime Achievement Award from Boston's Reinforced Concrete Construction Committee (RC3) for his dedication and support to the ready mix concrete industry and cast-in-place concrete construction throughout his career.



Wayne Tarr (l) presents George Hamparian (r) with a Lifetime Achievement Award from Boston's Reinforced Concrete Construction Committee (RC3) for his dedication and support of the ready mix concrete industry and cast-in-place construction throughout his career.



Pat Barb (l) from S&F Concrete main speaker at the RC3 Winter Dinner Program and Wayne Tarr (r). Pat spoke on the new Millenium Tower Project located in Downtown Crossing in Boston



These are pictures of the 2012 RC3 Ken Fone - Jack Weber Scholarship winners from Northeastern University and Wentworth Institute of Technology. The winners received a $1,000 check. The winners are either civil engineering majors or construction management majors.



Wayne Tarr and Professor Jerome F. Hajjar PhD PE.JPG



Wayne Tarr presenting Scholarship Award to Northeastern Student Brian Reynolds



Wayne Tarr presenting Scholarship Award to Northeastern Student Dan Gray



Wayne Tarr presenting Scholarship Award to Wentworth Student Eric Woodbury


Wayne Tarr presenting Scholarship Award to Wentworth Student Ryan Lavarotie



RC3 held its annual Ken Fone-Jack Weber Scholarship Awards dinner on June 7th 2011 at the Boston Radisson Hotel. Two students from Wentworth Institute of Technology and 2 from Northeastern University were awarded $1,000 scholarships to assist in their pursuit of engineering degrees in civil and construction management.



Wayne Tarr presenting Scholarship Award to Wentworth Institute of Technology Student Steve Aissis



Wayne Tarr presenting Scholarship Award to Wentworth Institute of Technology Student James Lewis


At the April Dinner meeting President Wayne Tarr shows his appreciation to Donald Dusenberry, P.E. of Simpson Gumpertz & Heger on his excellent presentation of Structural Response of the Pentagon to a Terrorist Attack


Wayne Tarr, Ronald O'Kane, Steve Hawkins, Brian Gordon following Presentation by Ron O'Kane at RC3 Annual Meeting



Wayne Tarr, President of RC3 and Ed Sullivan Economist from PCA following his presentation.



RC3 sponsors Pentagon Attack Presentation at UNH - Presented by Don Dussenbury of SGH.






RC3 presents McNamara Salvia with Ram Concrete Computer Program
L-R - RC3 member Wayne Tarr, Benevento Companies,
Brent Goldstein and Bob McNamara, McNamara Salvia
and RC3 member Dick Martin, W.R. Grace & Co.



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