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  • Concrete Holds Many Opportunities

    Despite some trials and tribulations, our industry leaders are positive about the future.

  • Concrete Industry Management Seeks Auction Donations

    The Concrete Industry Management program seeks donations for its 10th annual auction to be held at the World of Concrete on Feb. 4.

  • New Location for Peterbilt Tech Institute

    After graduating its first class of students, the Peterbilt Technician Institute has expanded to a second location with classes beginning this week. Peterbilt Motors Co. teamed with Universal Technical Institute to create the technician training program last year at Universal's Dallas campus.

  • CIM Program Launches new Website

    The Concrete Industry Management program has launched its new website aimed at recruiting new students and showcasing the CIM program and the successes of the four university programs.

  • Improving Concrete Quality Course

    NRMCA is presenting a new one-day course, Improving Concrete Quality,for concrete producers, ingredient material suppliers, engineers, testing labs and contractors. 

  • CIM Program Names new Board

    The National Steering Committee for the Concrete Industry Management program, a business intensive program that awards students with a four-year Bachelor of Science degree in Concrete Industry Management, recently elected new officers and board members.

  • CRC/ICHC Announces Speakers for Crane Safety Conference

    The Crane & Rigging Conference and Industrial Crane & Hoist Conference will offer a full schedule of education at the 2014 event.

  • CIM Brings in Record Breaking Auction

    The CIM program raised more than $810,000 in gross revenue at its ninth annual auction.

  • Air Barrier Live at World of Concrete

    A review of one of World of Concrete's newest live events, Air Barrier Live.

  • Masonry Veneer Live at World of Concrete

    Oldcastle Architectural supports industry education for current and future attendees at WOC 2014 with $10,000 to Skills USA’s Masonry Committee.