More stories about Indianapolis-Carmel, IN

  • NRMCA 2014 Excellence in Quality Awards

    NRMCA has announced the winners of its 2014 NRMCA Excellence in Quality Awards. Winning producers demonstrated that they followed and exceeded quality management principles over a broad range of activities.

  • Retired Colts Coach Tony Dungy to Address The Work Truck Show

    Learn about leadership while examining the 2015 trucks

  • Using BIM for Complex Precast Elements

    The new residence hall at Valparaiso University is the school's first built entirely of precast concrete. The 300 students wouldn't be moving in so soon if not for building information modeling.

  • Tangible Benefits of BIM

    While customer demand is currently the biggest factor motivating precasters to adopt BIM, producers such as Coreslab are part of a growing group that recognize its benefits.

  • Eaton Enhances its Authorized Rebuilder Program

    Eaton announced recently that it has added several new transmission model families to its Eaton Authorized Rebuilder program and extended the warranty period for covered transmissions. The program now gives fleets and independent drivers additional options to purchase locally rebuilt transmissions...

  • CIM Program Announces Items For 2014 Auction at World of Concrete

    The Concrete Industry Management program has announced the  list of donated items for its ninth annual Auction at the World of Concrete.

  • Work Trucks Race to Indy

    North America's largest work truck event, the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA) Work Truck Show comes to the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, March 6-8, in conjunction with the 49th annual NTEA Convention.

  • Together Again

    On January 11 - 13, more than 3,300 concrete industry professionals attended The Precast Show and ICON Expo.

  • Repairing the Mechanic Shortage

    There are several strategies for finding truck mechanics.

  • Tuning People in to Concrete

    Jerry Larson is a leader in promoting roller-compacted concrete.