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  • U.S. Concrete Buys Assets in Texas and Oklahoma

    U.S. Concrete buys operations from E&A Materials and Pitts Sand & Gravel. New acquisitions include two sand and gravel operations near Vernon, Texas, and Waurika, Okla.

  • Demand for Cement Projected to Rise 4.5 Percent Globally

    World demand for cement is projected to rise 4.5 percent per year to 5.2 billion metric tons in 2019.

  • Summit Materials Acquires Legrand Johnson Construction

    Summit Materials, a leader in vertically integrated construction materials, has acquired LeGrand Johnson Construction Co. Based in Utah, LeGrand is a construction materials company that serves northern and central Utah.

  • Grant Given to NJIT to Study 90-Minute Ready-Mix

    NJIT was awarded a research grant to study the ways to reduce the number of truckloads being rejected because of a strict adherence to the 90 minute ready-mixture rule.

  • Winners of the 2015 Environmental Excellence Awards

    NRMCA Announces Winners of 2015 Commitment to Environmental Excellence Awards

  • Highway Trust Fund

    The Highway Trust Fund is not going broke after all, thanks to a grudging, 11th-hour save by Congress. But pensions will be affected to make it happen.

  • ASTM Committee C09 Celebrates Centennial

    The ASTM International committee celebrated its 100th anniversary during a reception and dinner on June 23 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto, Canada.

  • NJIT Grants Mahgoub Tenure

    Dr. Mohamed Mahgoub granted tenure and promoted to the rank of Associate Professor effective with the beginning of the 2014-2015 academic year.

  • CalCIMA Earns Achievement Award

    The American Concrete Institute (ACI) has presented its Distinguished Achievement Award to the California Construction and Industrial Materials Association (CalCIMA).  The award was presented at the ACI Spring 2014 Convention in Reno, Nevada, March 23.

  • Checklist for Producers

    NRMCA and the American Society of Concrete Contractors have jointly published Checklist for Concrete Producer – Concrete Contractor Fresh Concrete Performance Expectations.