More stories about Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana, CA

  • People Who Matter

    Sometimes you hit on something and you just don't know how big it is or how big it's going to get. Just look at Frank Kozeliski's fateful experiment. The former owner and president of Gallup Sand & Gravel in Gallup, N.M., concocted a simple, rudimentary concrete mix that didn't even require an...

  • Concrete Goes Ultragreen

  • Wind-Win Situation

  • Floating to the Finish

  • The Train Keeps Rolling

  • A Real Sports Authority

    Several years ago, a precast concrete producer unveiled plans to cast elements for a new sports facility near our ready-mixed concrete plant in La Vergne, Tenn. . .

  • California Dream Builder

    Diversity is coming to the concrete industry. Fortunately, change is no longer measured in terms of numbers, but by influence. At a recent meeting of key industry leaders who came together to help draft a vision statement outlining concrete's role in creating a sustainable world, more than 1/3 were...

  • 2007 Excellence in Safety Awards

  • 2007 Excellence in Safety Awards

    Results of the NRMCA's 2007 Excellence in Safety Awards.

  • Rocky Times for Aggregate

    Last month, I reviewed Florida's aggregates shortage and how it affects that state's ability to supply the material required for the construction projects you see as you drive up and down I-95 or the Florida Turnpike. Now, lets look at California...