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  • Back to Basics but in a Different Way

    ACI 318-14 will help increase concrete’s use in the future

  • DNR investigating concrete spill from Beltline construction

    The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is investigating how a wetlands area was contaminated with concrete from a construction project.

  • 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.

  • Construction Employment is On the Upswing

    New data from Associated General Contractors of America shows construction employment increased in 37 states and the District of Columbia during the past year. Additionally, 28 states and D.C. added jobs between September and October.

  • Breakfast with the Experts

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

  • US Demand for Bricks, Blocks, Pavers On the Rise

    A new report forecasts the market will approach $9 Billion in 2018.

  • World of Concrete 2015 Preview

    A preview of events, competitions, and educational opportunities for concrete producers.

  • Hanley Wood Agrees to Sell Exhibitions Business to Informa

    Hanley Wood, the premier information, media, event, and strategic marketing services company serving the residential, commercial design and construction industries, announced today that it has reached an agreement to sell its Hanley Wood Exhibitions business to Informa PLC.

  • Investigation Into NJ Tape Measure Death Launched

    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.

  • ACI 318-14 Gets Overhaul

    ACI 318-14, Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete, was completely overhauled. The committee responsible for the new document reorganized the code's greater ease of use.