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Eric Koehler

Director of Quality and New Product Development
Titan America

Eric Koehler is Director of Quality at Titan America, where he handles quality and product development for the production of concrete, cement, fly ash, and aggregates. Previously, he was at W.R. Grace & Co., now GCP Applied Technologies, where he worked in research and development on chemical admixtures and on sensors and automation for concrete quality management. He was an inventor of the ICAR rheometer, which was the first commercially available portable rheometer for concrete, and has since helped expand applications of concrete rheology. He is a named inventor on 14 patents related to concrete.

In ACI and ASTM International, he has worked to advance standards and technology for the use of limestone and other aggregate fines in cement and concrete and to improve methods for mixture proportioning and use of alternate materials. He is a member of ACI Committees 211, Proportioning Concrete Mixtures; 236, Material Science of Concrete; 237, Self-Consolidating Concrete; 238, Workability of Fresh Concrete; 240 Pozzolans; and 301, Specification for Structural Concrete. Koehler is also a member of ASTM Committees C01, Cement, and C09, Concrete and Concrete Aggregates.

Koehler was the recipient of the ACI Young Member Award for Professional Achievement in 2012 and was named an ACI Fellow in 2017. Concrete Producer named him to their list of Most Influential People in Concrete Production in 2016. Koehler received his BS in civil engineering from Clemson University, Clemson, SC, and his MS and Ph.D. in civil engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. He is a licensed professional engineer in Florida.

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