More stories about FLORIDA

  • Expanding and Changing

  • Fast Lane

    Route 90 is one of the South's most traveled scenic highways. But more importantly, it's a major Gulf Coast artery, carrying travelers from the Florida Panhandle to New Orleans and beyond. So when Hurricane Katrina destroyed the existing four-lane bridge between Biloxi and Ocean Springs in 2005...

  • PCA Appoints Spiker as Regional Engineering Manager

    SKOKIE, Ill.--Portland Cement Association (PCA) named Jerry M. Spiker, PE, AIA, LEED AP, as a regional engineering manager in the Engineered Structures department.

  • ACPA Safety Awards

  • 2007 Excellence in Safety Awards

  • 2007 Excellence in Safety Awards

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

  • The Looming Aggregate Crisis

    For years now, California and Florida have led the nation in growth, and there is no doubt that these two states will be among the growth leaders for decades to come. But a troubling trend that could impact residential, commercial, and public works projects in those states is the looming aggregates...

  • In The Mix

    Construction falls 14%; Florida Rock OKs sale; Boral Acquires Oklahoma Operation and more.

  • Florida Rock OKs Sale to Vulcan

    Florida Rock Industries' shareholders overwhelmingly approved its sale; Boral Ltd., a large construction materials company based in Australia, has bought Schwarz Readymix in Oklahoma City and the quarry assets of Davis Arbuckle Materials

  • The Model Home

    Concrete producers can be proud that this year's unveiling of The New American Home reveals more than just a recently constructed display house. In fact, the official show home of National Association of Home Builders' (NAHB) 2007 International Building Show proves that concrete homes can be trendy.