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  • Mack Trucks Historical Museum Celebrates 30 Years of Highlighting History

    The museum commemorates 114 years of Mack history through photos, memorabilia and a collection of vintage Mack truck models.

  • Concrete Art Strengthens Historic Link

    Christine Finn has created 350 solid concrete flower pots to symbolize the concrete fortifications left behind on the Island of Jersey during the Second World War and the link to New Jersey in the U.S. She has shipped and installed these pots in a New Jersey state park.

  • Lafarge North America joins Living Lands and Waters

    Last week, Lafarge North America employees volunteered for a Living Lands and Waters river cleanup of the Des Plains River in Channahon, IL, near the Lafarge U.S. Joliet Quarry.

  • Peterbilt 75th Anniversary Celebration

    Thousands of Peterbilt owners, enthusiasts, and current and former employees are expected to gather Oct. 25 at the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds in Stockton, Calif., to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Peterbilt Motors Co.

  • Concrete Pavement Facts

    Historical facts about concrete pavement from the first street in the U.S. that was paved with concrete to the first concrete pavement in the world.

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  • Masonry Construction's Project of the Year Contest

    Your workmanship and ingenuity deserve to be honored and publicized throughout the masonry industry. Masonry Construction magazine's "Project of the Year" competition recognizes top-quality masonry design and craftsmanship that inspires excellence among others in the profession. This is the only...