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1964-1965 ACI President
Director, Structures Laboratory, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Industry Leader
Dr. Bryant Mather began his relationship with ACI in 1944, and through the years was extremely active in ACI technical committee work — serving on 17 different committees with an accumulated total of 288 years of participation. Dr. Mather became a Fellow of the Institute in 1960, served as President of ACI from 1964-1965, and was bestowed with Honorary Membership in 1969. Dr. Mather was the author or coauthor of almost 800 technical reports and professional papers.
Dr. Mather retired from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with 59 years of service in 2000, upon which he donated a substantial portion of his personal library to ACI. "ACI introduced me to aspects of concrete technology I would not have heard about any other way," Dr. Mather stated at the time. "More particularly, it introduced me to people I would not have known otherwise, who have sorted things out for me and straightened me up when I needed it, which was often."
Dr. Mather created a scholarship in his and his wife's name, and remained active with both ACI and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers until his death in 2002. A champion of dedication to ACI and a passionate leader for our industry, Dr. Mather gifted a percentage of his estate to ACI's building fund.
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