More stories about Ready-Mixed Concrete

  • How Much Ready Mix

    The National Ready Mixed Concrete Association estimates that ready mixed concrete produced in June was 33 million cubic yards, 7.6% higher than June 2014.

  • NRMCA Excellence in Quality Award Recipients

    The National Ready Mixed Concrete Association has announced the 2015 NRMCA Excellence in Quality Awards in three categories based on the size of production. The winners will be honored at the NRMCA's ConcreteWorks in San Antonio on Sept. 21.

  • Where are our Iconic Concrete Plants? Part 2

    In what Wyoming town in 1909, was the first documented delivery of ready-mixed concrete? Help us identify our industry's most iconic ready-mix plants.

  • Grant Given to NJIT to Study 90-Minute Ready-Mix

    NJIT was awarded a research grant to study the ways to reduce the number of truckloads being rejected because of a strict adherence to the 90 minute ready-mixture rule.

  • Are you ready to meet higher concrete demand?

    Industry economists are predicting 2015 will be the best year for concrete production in five years, with gains in residential, commercial, and public construction. But how well is the concrete industry prepared to meet this pent-up demand? How quickly can producers recapture their pre-recession...

  • Statewide Concrete Design Award Call For Entries

    The Wisconsin Ready Mixed Concrete Association has issued a call for entries for the 34th Annual Concrete Design Awards.

  • The Naming of Concrete Mixes

    Jay Shilstone is often asked, "How should I name my concrete mixes?" He created a survey to help answer that question and sums it up with some great points to consider.

  • Where are our Iconic Concrete Plants?

    We'd like to document the location and history of the iconic concrete plants that have produced the concrete that built America.

  • Big Southeast U.S. Concrete Deal

    Thomas Concrete, an international concrete producer with 132 plants in five countries, has bought Coastal Concrete, operator of 10 plants in South Carolina and Georgia.

  • NRMCA Board Nominations are Now Being Accepted

    Do you know of at least one industry colleague who has served the concrete industry industry, and not only deserves the recognition of serving on the NRMCA board, but can bring his or her leadership and expertise to the ready-mixed concrete industry on a national level? If you do, then it's time to...