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  • Breakfast with the Experts

    Back for a third year, these morning sessions will provide attendees peer-to-peer opportunities to pose technical questions to leading concrete industry experts.

  • Western Star Tough Site Challenge

    Think you have what it takes to tackle the Western Star Tough Site Challenge course?

  • John Deere Operator Challenge

    Get in the driver’s seat during the exciting John Deere Operator Challenge.

  • Take the Dam Tour!

    Join the editors of CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION and THE CONCRETE PRODUCER magazines on an informative tour of the Hoover Dam bypass and the Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge.

  • 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.