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  • How Climate Change Could Shorten Concrete's Lifespan

    New research concludes that in Boston, 60% of concrete buildings could face structural deterioration by 2050 – much sooner than anticipated – due to climate change.

  • CTLGroup adds Jennings as Consultant

    Hamlin Jennings has joined CTLGroup as an affiliated consultant. He will consult on cement chemistry, cementitious composite microstructural characterization, concrete durability, and mechanisms of creep and shrinkage.

  • Charton to Retire from Cummins

    Steve Charlton, Vice President and Chief Technical Officer - Engine Business, plans to retire from Cummins effective July 1. The company also announced that Jennifer Rumsey has been named Vice President, Engineering for the Engine Business, succeeding Steve Charlton.

  • U.S. Pavement: Hire a Veteran

    Program encourages businesses to take the pledge to hire veterans for full-time jobs. The company has hired four full-time veterans at its New England operation, including Steve Bohn, former U.S. Army Specialist of the 101st Airborne Division.

  • Concrete Sustainability Conference

    NRMCA's Concrete Sustainability Conference and MIT Sustainability Hub Showcase will take place in Boston, May 12-15. You can learn what this industry is doing to contribute to sustainable design and construction around the world.

  • Speakers Selected for 2014 International Concrete Sustainability Conference

    Speakers have been selected for the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association’s 9th annual International Concrete Sustainability Conference to be held May 12-14 just outside Boston in Cambridge, MA.

  • Sustainable Conversations

    Producers can raise concrete's green status with a few simple steps.

  • The Secret is Out

    MIT research results provide the good news our industry needed to end the year.

  • Concrete Science

  • Grace Appoints Mike Ragan Vice President, Global Ready-Mix