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  • TCP Survey: Public, Residential, and Nonresidential

    Public has improved slightly, private was slower than expected, and nonresidential outperformed other sectors.

  • TCP Survey: Public Spotlight

    Public sector construction improved for the first time since 2009, but only by 1.8%, according to Ken Simonson, chief economist for AGC.

  • TCP Survey: Nonresidential Spotlight

    Private nonresidential construction spending outperformed other sectors, climbing 11% from 2013.

  • TCP Survey: Residential Spotlight

    Residential activity was slower than expected in 2014, increasing by only 4%, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

  • TCP Survey: 2014 Top 10 Producers

    Top North American concrete producers remained unchanged in 2014. Here is how they ranked, based on revenue.

  • TCP Survey: Top Deals of 2014

    Deals between private middle-market companies were structured to eliminate local competition. Larger, publicly traded companies continued to divest non-strategic operations to raise money for acquisitions.

  • 2014 TCP Survey Round-Up

    Here are the articles and web extras from the 2014 The Concrete Producer Survey.

  • TCP's Top 10 Producers

    The top public companies producing concrete in North America benefited from a recovering U.S. economy in 2013. Many had success in markets where residential construction rebounded.

  • TCP Survey: A Rebuilding Year

    Producers try to make the most of an improving economy by focusing on core businesses. Some budgets are still tight; others producers are buying new equipment.

  • Top 10 Publicly Traded Ready-Mix Producers in 2012

    Things are looking up for the top concrete producers in North America; 2012 revenue reports indicate they are gradually earning back business lost during the recession years. We rank these companies by revenue and employees (in North America only), and take a look at their growth, acquisitions...