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  • Replace Reinforcing Steel

    Replacing rebar or mesh with this product has many benefits: improved crack resistance, durability, and improved shear strength.

  • Acrylic Fibers

    Acrylic fibers are revolutionary additives that strengthen concrete with a chemical bond.

  • Product Pulse: Fiber Reinforcement

    The September-October issue focused on fiber reinforcement products.

  • PVA Fibers

    Use PVA fibers in cast-in-place, precast, lightweight, and thin concrete products to prevent concrete from cracking from handling, plastic shrinkage, and impact.

  • Fiber for Slabs-on-Grade and More

    Concrete with Tuf-Strand SF have three-dimensional reinforcement and enhanced flexural toughness.

  • Carbon Dioxide Reverses Roles

    Research may switch the role of carbon dioxide from industry foe to key partner.

  • Concrete Holds Many Opportunities

    Despite some trials and tribulations, our industry leaders are positive about the future.

  • The State of the Ready Mixed Industry

    Challenging times lie ahead, but in a good way. Expect volume and pricing growth, driven by increased demand and shortages in the industry's ability to meet this demand.

  • Onsite Additions for Concrete

    Take several precautions before making any concrete, starting with a trial batch under site conditions.

  • October is Careers in Construction Month

    Spearheaded by NCCER, a nonprofit education foundation, the campaign is an effort to promote the construction industry trades. Get involved and help inform and inspire the next generation of professionals.