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    U.S. Concrete Inc. has appointed a new executive vice president of its Southeast division, a new regional vice president for its South Central region, and a new vice president and general manager for its new U.S. Virgin Islands operations.

  • U.S. Concrete Adds Chief Operating Officer

    U.S. Concrete announced today that it has hired Ronnie Pruitt as senior vice president and chief operating officer, reporting directly to the CEO.

  • Where Did All the Construction Workers Go?

    The Census Bureau published a new post on where the construction workers went after the housing boom and recession.

  • 2015 TCP Survey Infographic

    2015 TCP Survey results in one convenient location.

  • Soil-Cement: Is it Right for You?

    Stabilized pavement bases, such as soil-cement and cement-treated base, have provided economical, long-lasting pavement foundations for more than 70 years. Soil-cement's improved strength and durability, combined with its low first cost and ease of construction, make it an outstanding value for use...

  • New Air Compressor from Multiquip

    Multiquip, a diverse manufacturer and supplier of world class quality products and solutions is pleased to announce it is now shipping its new air compressor.

  • Concrete Influencers

    The results of the 2015 TCP Annual Survey are in. While we look at where we’ve been and where we’re going, take a moment to recognize who has led the way.

  • Donald Trump's Concrete Wall

    A 2,000-mile-long wall separating the United States and Mexico would be a monumental project. This is despite Donald Trump's assurance that it would be easy, and would take over 5 million cubic yards of concrete. Sounds like fun!

  • Cement Energy Efficiency on the Upswing

    This represents the most energy efficient year since tracking began for U.S. cement manufacturing.

  • Concrete Pumping Goes Pink

    In an effort to raise funds and awareness, Modern Concrete Pumping, Inc. based in Connecticut has introduced a new fleet of pumpers.