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Richard,

>From my googling, I suggest it means "Fellow of ACI" since there is
also a "FASCE", the meaning of which is pretty much obvious.

Now I assume I am endorsed to use a "SMACI" behind my name, a "Student
member of ACI".
Cool and free of charge it is.

Regards,
Alex.

On 2/27/09, Richard Calvert <RichardC(--nospam--at)lbbe.com> wrote:
>
> While looking for ACI seminars I happened to take note that all of the
> professors had the title FACI behind their names (i.e. John Doe, PhD, PE,
> SE, FACI, etc.) which is a title that I was previously unaware of, and after
> quite a bit of Googling I still don’t know what it means or, much less, how
> it is obtained.  Do any of you have this information?
>
> Richard Calvert
>

-- 
Alexander Bausk
CAD manager, Structural engineer at
Nuclear Engineering&Research Lab
Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine

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