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  • 2014 Influencer: Mark Perniconi

    Mark Perniconi carries out the Charles Pankow Foundation’s mission to advance market-driven innovation with an approach befitting a civil engineer with an MBA from Purdue University.

  • Researchers Create the Foam of the Future

    A team at the Georgia Institute of Technology has developed a new type of foam that could greatly expand the possibility of using lightweight foams in various material applications.

  • TCP Survey: Precast Producers see Steady Growth

    The National Precast Concrete Association expects precast sales to grow 6%, or $16 billion, in 2014.

  • Spancrete Renovates Plant in Georgia

    Spancretre has started to revitalize a plant in Newnan, Ga. Spancrete’s efforts will create bout 40 new jobs for the area.

  • Modular Concrete Construction

    Portable precast plant can be assembled to produce a concrete module for practically any shape and size dwelling space designed by an architect.

  • A 2012 ASTM standard specifying lightweight aggregate for internal curing is already improving concrete

    When the ASTM Standard Specification for Lightweight Aggregate for Internal Curing of Concrete was published in 2012, the standard change revealed a new understanding about the importance of high-level hydration of concrete. One year later, we look at how ASTM Standards C09 and C09.21 are...

  • Influencer: David Biggs

    David Biggs is a leader in securing a spot for masonry in the expanding world of Building Information Modeling (BIM). He is the coordinator of the Building Information Modeling for Masonry Initiative, known as BIM-M.

  • BIM Makes Leap Forward

    Building Information Modeling will make precast producers more efficient.

  • 2011 TCP100 Preview

    The numbers have been crunched and the surveys are in. So what do they tell us? This year's TCP100 does not look much different from last year's. The top three producers remain the same. In fact, the top 10 companies from last year's list are the same this year, although the order has changed...

  • TCP100