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    The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating three companies involved in the construction of the Jersey City highrise where a man was killed after being struck by a falling tape measure.

  • 2015: The Year You Should Start Thinking Differently

    Why it's important to learn how to focus on the big picture without getting bogged down in the day-to-day.

  • We Have LOTS to Talk About

    Metrostudy's chief economist Brad Hunter talks lot deliveries and housing starts. What have we learned this year and what will we see in 2015?

  • Weatherproof Storage System for Aggregates

    Built on a standard ISO container frame, the intermodal CRETEBOX easily moves from ship to rail to road, without your contents ever having to be trans-loaded.

  • Remote-controlled, Telescopic Truck Chute

    The patented 30-foot, fully hydraulic, remote-controlled, telescopic concrete chute can swing 180 degrees making any area within the radius now reachable.

  • Pervious Concrete Fibers

    FERRO-GREEN macro fiber blend is designed specifically for pervious concrete applications.

  • Real-Time Equipment Notifications

    The Titan Equipment Monitoring System is the complete tool for equipment owners to increase asset profitability and productivity while decreasing the costs and risk of theft.

  • VIDEO: Moving Building Technology to the Era of Zero-Energy Buildings

    Paul Torcellini, principal engineer with the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory, discusses how we can achieve zero-energy buildings by integrating the cost of energy efficiency into design decisions.

  • NPCA Foundation Elects New President

    Darryl Cloud, national sales manager for Concrete Sealants Inc. based in Tipp City, Ohio, has been elected as the president of the National Precast Concrete Association Foundation.

  • Concrete Art Strengthens Historic Link

    Christine Finn has created 350 solid concrete flower pots to symbolize the concrete fortifications left behind on the Island of Jersey during the Second World War and the link to New Jersey in the U.S. She has shipped and installed these pots in a New Jersey state park.