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  • Mobile App for Payroll Time Entry

    Payroll Time Entry app lets supervisors and project managers quickly and easily enter labor and equipment hours directly from the jobsite.

  • CRC/ICHC Announces Speakers for Crane Safety Conference

    The Crane & Rigging Conference and Industrial Crane & Hoist Conference will offer a full schedule of education at the 2014 event.

  • Winning the Competitive Race

    Strategies for precast producers to become more efficient.

  • Fixing One of America's Busiest Bridges

    How San Francisco’s new Bay Bridge was repaired, with traffic flowing, after 32 anchor rods snapped.

  • Leasing, Financing Confidence Surges

    Confidence in the equipment finance market is 65.1, the highest index in two years and an increase from the February index of 63.3.  The first quarter MCI levels are the three highest since April 2011.

  • Redi-Mix Earns 2014 Concrete Cares Award From the NRMCA

    Redi-Mix, LLC, a business unit of U.S. Concrete, Inc., has announced it was awarded the 2014 Concrete Cares Award from the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association in recognition of its longstanding commitment to giving back to its community and, specifically for this past year, for its work on...

  • Texas-Based NRMCA Producer Member Earns 2014 Concrete Cares Award

    The Manufacturers, Products & Services Division of the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association has awarded the 2014 Concrete Cares Award to Redi-Mix Concrete, a U.S. Concrete Company, in recognition of its longstanding commitment to giving back to its community and, specifically for this past...

  • Protecting Temporary Workers: Whose Responsibility is It?

    OSHA recently launched an initiative to protect temporary workers from jobsite hazards. Here is what concrete producers need to know.

  • The 'Ripple Effect' of a Minimum Wage Increase on American Workers

    In this month's Hamilton Project employment analysis, Melissa Kearney and Ben Harris consider the "ripple effects" of a minimum wage increase on near-minimum wage workers, finding that an increase could raise the wages of up to 35 million workers-roughly one-third of the American workforce.

  • OSHA releases new resources to better protect workers

    Tens of thousands of U.S. workers are sickened or die annually, from occupational exposures to hazardous chemicals used regularly in workplaces. The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration has launched two new resources to assist companies with worker safety.