• FCICA and ICRI establish partnership

    December 01, 2017
    FCICA, the Flooring Contractors Association, and ICRI, the International Concrete Repair Institute, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding between the two organizations.
    In this understanding, the two organizations will cooperate and coordinate efforts between them. This includes ensuring that members of each group are aware of the mission and activities of each other; exchanging website links; attending each other’s conventions; support each other’s education programs; and more.
    “FCICA is excited to be partnering with ICRI,” says Kim Oderkirk, Executive Vice President of FCICA. “Through sharing resources and knowledge, we hope to work together to discuss and tackle issues in the flooring industry, especially regarding concrete.”
    “ICRI has had ongoing contact with many FCICA member companies for several years through our Concrete Moisture Testing Certification Program,” said ICRI President Brian Daley. “ICRI is very pleased to now formalize a collaborative working relationship with FCICA so our organizations can share information to improve our industries and to benefit the customers of our company members.”
    FCICA, headquartered in West Bloomfield, Michigan, is the resource for premier commercial flooring contractors. Promoting the advancement and continuous development of Certified Installation Managers (CIM). Providing technical education, business support and industry expert networking. Delivering skills and knowledge to enhance the professionalism of commercial flooring contractors. FCICA is an international association whose contractor members serve the continental United States, plus Burma, Guam and Canada. For more information about FCICA: visit our website www.fcica.com or call 248-661-5015; toll free (877) TO-FCICA.
    Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the purpose of the ICRI is to improve the quality of concrete restoration, repair, protection and sustainability, through education of, and communication among, the members and those who use their services. ICRI provides education, certification, networks, and leadership to improve the quality of repair, restoration, and protection/preservation of concrete and other material systems.  For more information about ICRI: visit our website at www.icri.org or call 651-366-6095.


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    Kim Oderkirk, Executive Vice President