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  • Showcasing SCC at World of Concrete

    This special event features contractors who will showcase how they've benefited from using self-consolidating concrete (SCC). It takes place 1-4 p.m., Jan. 20, at the show in Las Vegas.

  • Influencer: Jason Weiss

    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.

  • CTLGroup Announces Interim President and Chief Executive Officer

    Timothy Tonyan, Ph.D., vice president and group manager of CTLGroup’s Materials Consulting Practice, will  serve as interim president and chief executive officer, replacing Jeffrey Garrett, Ph.D, S.E.

  • TCP supports industry efforts to produce high-quality concrete

    On a beautiful May afternoon in Chicago, BASF product manager Joe Daczko had the full attention of 85 concrete aficionados as he compared placing self-consolidating concrete (SCC) to serving an adult beverage. “You’re not pouring a glass of beer,” said Daczko, as the group watched the fluid...

  • A Better Way

    Researcher seeks new avenue for precast concrete disposal.

  • Concrete as a Value Proposition

    The MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub takes to the streets.

  • Future Cement

    THE NEED TO reduce CO2 emissions has led to the development of many new cementitious materials—a trend that will likely continue for the foreseeable future. But the powerful international portland cement business hasn't given up yet.

  • Updated Pervious Concrete Research

    The RMC Research & Education Foundation has released the revised version of its “Pervious Concrete Research Compilation.”

  • Foundation Releases Updated Pervious Concrete Research Compilation

    Silver Spring, MD -June 26, 2008: The RMC Research and Education Foundation is proud to announce the release of the revised version of its Pervious Concrete Research Compilation.