More stories about Concrete

  • Cellular Concrete to the Rescue

    Produced onsite with basic equipment, cellular concrete is an economical way to solve a variety of construction problems.

  • U.S. Concrete Appoints New Leaders

    U.S. Concrete Inc. has appointed a new executive vice president of its Southeast division, a new regional vice president for its South Central region, and a new vice president and general manager for its new U.S. Virgin Islands operations.

  • Concrete and Generation Y

    How do you recruit and work with the Millennial Generation?

  • Concrete in the Digital World

    Imagine that a kid’s favorite game revolves around a concrete plant.

  • Turning Sewage Sludge Into Concrete

    Researcher published in the Pertanika Journal of Science and Technology found the potential of sludge as an alternative to cement material for making concrete. 

  • Creating Longer-Lasting Concrete Girders

    Engineering researchers at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, are testing massive concrete girders to find ways for bridges to span longer distances with fewer supports underneath.

  • Time to Shine

    It's time to start thinking about all the different networking opportunities, and also, when and how to show off the great innovations of our industry.

  • PCI Announces 2015 Journal Awards

    The Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute’s (PCI’s) Journal Awards Committee has named the winners of the 2015 PCI Journal awards.

  • U.S. Concrete Buys Assets in Texas and Oklahoma

    U.S. Concrete buys operations from E&A Materials and Pitts Sand & Gravel. New acquisitions include two sand and gravel operations near Vernon, Texas, and Waurika, Okla.

  • New Athena Institute Software Includes Environmental Impact Data

    Free Athena Institute life cycle assessment (LCA) software for buildings now includes the most current environmental impact data for cement and concrete.