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  • Our Nation’s Best Export

    For more than 100 years our concrete industry has been setting the standard for safety through its work on C09 on Concrete and Concrete Aggregates.

  • ASTM Committee C09 Celebrates Centennial

    The ASTM International committee celebrated its 100th anniversary during a reception and dinner on June 23 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto, Canada.

  • Vibrating Point Level Sensor

    The SC35 series vibrating fork point level sensor uses state-of-the-art piezoelectric crystal and electronic technology to design and manufacture a point level sensor that does not require any calibration.

  • NJIT CIM's 3rd Annual Alumni Reunion

    On Friday June 27th, the NJIT CIM program hosted their 3rd annual CIM Alumni Reunion at Don Pepe’s Restaurant in Newark, NJ.

  • Expedited Axle Shipping Program

    Watson & Chalin announces the introduction of its X-TRAC, expedited shipping program; allowing customers to order up to three selected lift axles and have them shipped from a number of strategic locations throughout North America, with an expected delivery time of 48-72 hours

  • New COO at Aggregate Industries

    Guy Edwards has been appointed new chief operating officer at Aggregate Industries US.

  • Lafarge, Holcim Said to Hire Banks for Asset Sales

    Lafarge SA and Holcim Ltd. hired banks to sell as much as $7 billion in assets as they try to secure antitrust approval for their planned merger, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

  • Preview: PCI Convention

    The PCI Convention and National Bridge Conference is the premier national venue for the exchange of ideas and state-of-the-art information on precast concrete design, fabrication, and construction.

  • Using Our Highways to Harvest Solar Energy

    Solar Roadways are a photovoltaic prototype that can serve as roadway and parking lot pavers in lieu of concrete and asphalt. But mass production will determine their efficacy.

  • CRH Locks in Three Key Executives

    CRH has secured new chief executive Albert Manifold, finance chief Maeve Carton and U.S. boss Mark Towe for five years with a "golden handcuffs" deal.