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    Jason Weiss' internal curing research reveals small changes that result in big improvements. For more than a decade, Weiss and his Purdue University students have worked to improve concrete with internal curing.

  • Influencer: David Biggs

    David Biggs is a leader in securing a spot for masonry in the expanding world of Building Information Modeling (BIM). He is the coordinator of the Building Information Modeling for Masonry Initiative, known as BIM-M.

  • Construction Employment Hits 50-Month High

    Construction employment hit a 50-month high as employers added 11,000 jobs in October, and the industry unemployment rate fell to 9 percent. That's the fifth consecutive month of sector job gains, according to an analysis of new government data by the Associated General Contractors of America.

  • ASTM Honors Delery

    Oliver Delery, Louisiana and Mississippi sales manager and engineer for Hanson Pipe & Precast, recently received ASTM’s Award of Merit and fellowship, the highest organizational recognition for distinguished service and outstanding participation in ASTM technical committee activities. ASTM...

  • Mark Carpenter appointed SVP of Hanson Engineered Products

    Carpenter, most recently president of Hanson Pipe & Precast, succeeds Mike Leathers.

  • University of Nevada, Reno concrete canoe team builds, paddles concrete canoe to victory

    After dominating the competition in five canoe races and winning two of three academic categories, the University of Nevada, Reno concrete canoe team took the overall win in the annual Mid-Pac Concrete Canoe Competition held April 19-20 in San Jose, Calif.

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  • Delery, Lundy Honored by ACPA for Lifetime Achievement

    Top individual honors presented at national convention

  • Reinforcement on the Way

    The rebar system is ideal for construction in earthquake zones.

  • “C” is for Concrete, Canoes, and Commitment

    National Concrete Canoe Competition puts future civil engineers to the test.