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  • Disposable Foot Warmers from Ergodyne

    Just in time for winter, Ergodyne announced today the launch of the N-FernoDisposable Foot Warmer. This disposable, one-size-fits-all foot warming pack will help workers work well and comfortably in any indoor or outdoor jobsite where the thermometer knows only one reading: cold.

  • Expert: Economy “Gaining its Footing”

    Edward Sullivan, PCA group vice president and chief economist, says second quarter GDP growth of 2.3% is “disappointing, but was stronger that first quarter growth.”

  • Silica Fume Market Worth $563 million by 2020

    The growth of the market in the country can be mainly attributed to the rising demand for silica fume concrete in the building construction industry.

  • Precast Partnerships Form in Southeast

    The Easi-Set product network expands with another Oldcastle Precast Plant in Southeast region.

  • World of Concrete Most Innovative Products Awards 2016

    Each year, World of Concrete exhibitors submit their products to Concrete Construction's Most Innovative Product Award Program. This is the only annual award program honoring innovative new products designed for all segments of the concrete and masonry industries.

  • Born to Build

    Born to Build, an inspirational advertising campaign sponsored by ready-mix producer Ozinga, celebrates the American construction worker and the perseverance and hard work it takes to construct our infrastructure and buildings. If you haven't seen this video yet, you're going to want to see it...

  • Concrete and Generation Y

    How do you recruit and work with the Millennial Generation?

  • Concrete in the Digital World

    Imagine that a kid’s favorite game revolves around a concrete plant.

  • Extruded Aluminum Magnetic Rails for Double Tee Decks

    Straight, precise and streamlined, complex profiles with corner chamfer and draft angles eliminate extra parts or weld joints.

  • NRMCA Accepting Entries for 2016 Kids Art Contest

    National Ready Mixed Concrete Association is now accepting entries for its 2016 Kids Art Contest. Entries must be submitted by December 31, 2015.