Other stories by Tom Bagsarian

  • Fly Ash Update

    A key vote on the fly ash containment issue will take place in the U.S. House of Representatives in late October or early November, according to Kerri Leininger, senior vice president of government and political affairs for NRMCA.

  • TCP's 2011 Greensite Awards

    The winners of this year's GreenSite awards include a home with an innovative concrete tower that heats and cools the interior, tilt-up wall panels in a water authority's headquarters building, and a pervious concrete pilot street project. Check out these projects and all of the other winners...

  • Losing Momentum or Steamrolling?

    I was touring a new commercial building a few months ago and was listening to the guide talk about the new features. She then described—or tried to describe—how the concrete contributed to the building's sustainability. The tour guide talked about how the concrete had a certain industrial waste...

  • Essentials Only

    Many producers are buying only the basics while waiting for business to increase.

  • Reaching Higher

  • 2011 TCP100 Preview

    The numbers have been crunched and the surveys are in. So what do they tell us? This year's TCP100 does not look much different from last year's. The top three producers remain the same. In fact, the top 10 companies from last year's list are the same this year, although the order has changed...

  • New Project Team

  • Four Years and Counting

  • CONEXPO-CON/AGG Wraps Up

  • Precast Aids Haiti Rebuilding Effort

    The building system is ideal for disaster-resistant construction.