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  • Certifying Success

    Relationships between concrete producers and concrete contractors can be rocky. This is especially true when there's a problem on a cast-in-place job. Owners and general contractors know and often encourage using a blame game to assign a cost penalty. In this game, the contractor would often blame...

  • Injection Casting

    Always strapped for room, wetcast precasters value every square foot of production space. Now production has a new dimension: upwards.

  • World of Concrete's Best & Brightest

    The votes are in and counted. We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2007 Most Innovative Products contest. Held each year at the World of Concrete, the contest showcased just a fraction of the new products that appeared at the show held last January at the Las Vegas Convention Center. In...

  • Turning on Safety

    Wrench-activated magnets eliminate dangerous pinch points.

  • On the Beach

  • How Precisely Should Labs Round Off Compressive Strength Results?

    We had some cores drilled in a pavement section where there was some question about compressive strength. We got the compressive strength report back from the lab, and the strength was rounded to the nearest 1 psi. Is this correct?

  • What Is Retarder Paper?

    What is retarder paper, and how is it used?