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  • Batching Software

    iQ drives consistent and accurate batching, and tracks risk and material wastage costs.

  • VIDEO: Moving Building Technology to the Era of Zero-Energy Buildings

    Paul Torcellini, principal engineer with the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory, discusses how we can achieve zero-energy buildings by integrating the cost of energy efficiency into design decisions.

  • Researchers Create the Foam of the Future

    A team at the Georgia Institute of Technology has developed a new type of foam that could greatly expand the possibility of using lightweight foams in various material applications.

  • Besser Proudly Celebrates 110 Years

    Besser proudly celebrated its 110th anniversary, 60 years of education and 10 years as an employee-owned company.

  • CTLGroup adds Jennings as Consultant

    Hamlin Jennings has joined CTLGroup as an affiliated consultant. He will consult on cement chemistry, cementitious composite microstructural characterization, concrete durability, and mechanisms of creep and shrinkage.

  • Peterbilt Showcases Autonomous Assist Driving Technology

    Preview the truck of the near future.

  • Concrete Technology is Afloat for N.Y. Bridge Project

    The first of two floating concrete batch plants is now in operation at a Hudson River bridge construction project.

  • Vulcan Product Calculator App

    Vulcan Materials Co. has launched its product calculator app for Android phone, tablet and other Android devices. The Vulcan Materials Product Calculator allows users to estimate the construction materials needed for building and paving projects.

  • Mini Wireless Controls

    Magnetek, Inc. announced the availability of their new line of lightweight, “miniature” transmitters. These compact, lightweight controls provide an effective yet economical solution for controlling small fluid-powered machines used in applications such as construction and work trucks.

  • Reinforcing Steel Technology

    MMFX2 has been independently proven to be five times more corrosion-resistant and up to twice as strong as conventional steel.