Organisations I am active in that deal with corrosion in concrete:
The Corrosion Prevention Association
An association of UK Consultants, contractors, materials suppliers and structure owners involved in electrochemical techniques for reinforced concrete. John Broomfield has chaired the Association, the Technical Committee and a Joint committee of the CPA, ICorr and the Concrete Society.
John Broomfield is a Fellow of NACE and chairs the Technical Group on realkalisation and chloride extraction and is on Materials Performance Journal Editorial Board. He was awarded the NACE Distinguished Service Award in 2017.
The largest Corrosion Society in the world (USA based).Visit them
NACE GB is the local section of NACE International. The section provide a forum for discussion of corrosion. It also provides fellowship for those involved in the prevention and control of corrosion. Member work closely with other technical societies to inform their members on the current corrosion topics and to understand where NACE members can make their contribution to the knowledge base. NACE GB runs a number of training courses in corrosion control of refineries, pipelines and other infrastructure leading to NACE accreditation. John Broomfield is a past NACE GB Treasurer.Visit them
The Concrete Society (UK)
John Broomfield is a Fellow of the Concrete Society which produces reports and pre-standards on concrete repair.
American Concrete Institute
Reports on Corrosion in Concrete. John Broomfield is a corresponding member to the corrosion committee and the committee on life cycle modelling.
Institute of Corrosion
John Broomfield is a Fellow if the Institute of Corrosion
The Institute of Corrosion is a learned society that has been serving the corrosion science, technology and engineering management and economic needs of individuals, academe and industry since 1959 in the fight against corrosion, which costs the UK around 4% of GNP per annum.
Key to this fight are the establishment and promotion of sound corrosion management practice, the advancement of cost effective corrosion control measures, and a sustained effort generally to raise corrosion awareness at all stages of design, fabrication and operation.Visit them
The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3)
John Broomfield is a Fellow, Chartered Engineer and EurIng. of the Institute of Materials.
The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) was officially recognised by the UK's Privy Council on 26 June 2002. The new Institute, created from the merger of The Institute of Materials and The Institution of Mining and Metallurgy intends to develop to be the leading international professional body for the advancement of materials, minerals and mining to governments, industry, academia, the public and the professions.Visit them