Other stories by Rick Yelton

  • Doing Something About the Weather

    Using real numbers to solve real problems.

  • Think Globally, Build Locally

  • Modeling for Concrete's Success

    Efforts are underway for BIM technology to aid cast-in-place producers.

  • The Path to Success

  • The Toughest is Yet to Come

  • Mixing Quality and Productivity

    Pan mixer batches sticky shotcrete easily.

  • Rising From the Mist

    On a cold wintery and blustery day, Jackson Concrete can be a tough place to find. Nestled on top of a steep rise, just below the timberline of a heavily wooded hillside, it's mid-day before the sun burns off the area's mist to offer guests a clear view. While not exactly on the beaten path and not...

  • Going the Last Mile

    A sensor turns the truck drum into a versatile measurement device.

  • Reducing Boundaries

    I have a professional reason to expand my language skills. Concrete construction is becoming more international in study, sharing, and application. And if I want to participate, I must add a second language.

  • Influencers

    TCP recognizes three men who have helped the concrete industry make important strides in education, sustainability, and research. Bruce Ingram helped launch the CIM program in the South. We also honor Kamal Khayat and J.C. Roumain.