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    A new survey released by Aflac Insurance, found that 42 percent of companies providing access to voluntary accident and disability insurance reported declines in their workers' compensation claims.

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    Developed with the Masonry Research to Practice Partnership, this web site includes safety information tailored for the trowel trades, but there's information anyone can use — how to select hand tools and gloves, and training materials on how to identify hazards and protect your hands.

  • World’s Largest Cement Companies Merge, Creating Carbon Behemoth

    Concrete is the most consumed substance on Earth after water. It is also a major contributor to climate change.

  • Eaton Enhances its Authorized Rebuilder Program

    Eaton announced recently that it has added several new transmission model families to its Eaton Authorized Rebuilder program and extended the warranty period for covered transmissions. The program now gives fleets and independent drivers additional options to purchase locally rebuilt transmissions...

  • Lafarge and Holcim to Merge

    Lafarge and Holcim, already two of the largest cement producers in the world, will merge to create LafargeHolcim, both companies said April 7.

  • Try (Equipment) Before You Buy

    Renting specialized equipment becomes the trend for complex road-building projects.

  • Concrete Pavement Facts

    Historical facts about concrete pavement from the first street in the U.S. that was paved with concrete to the first concrete pavement in the world.

  • Concrete Rehabilitation work in Utah

    Even after decades of use, the pavement was still in good enough condition to save, so UDOT elected to perform concrete pavement preservation (CPP).

  • Fixing One of America's Busiest Bridges

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

  • Roller-Compacted Concrete: Then and Now

    RCC materials, equipment, and construction techniques have changed little over the past 28 years, accoring to contractor Terry Peltz.