October 2008 Table of Contents

Greener and Safer Paths?

One solution often leads to another problem. Read more

Concrete Goes Ultragreen Concrete Goes Ultragreen

A Reno development company gives eco-friendly concrete a new name. Read more

The Latest on Inflation Fleet Factors The Latest on Inflation

Improperly inflated tires lead to higher costs, safety concerns. Read more

Freedom of Form

New formliners offer design flexibility. Read more

Product Pulse Briefs

A preview of some of the exhibitors' products follows. Read more

Decking the Halls

Students get in the holiday spirit with concrete Christmas ornaments. Read more

Liner Evolution Liner Evolution

New material technology cures mixer liner delamination. Read more

Improvement Never Takes a Holiday

A design-build approach to plant upgrades yields weekend turnarounds. Read more

Fast Lane

Route 90 is one of the South's most traveled scenic highways. But more importantly, it's a major Gulf Coast artery, carrying travelers from the Florida Panhandle to New Orleans and beyond. So when Hurricane Katrina destroyed the existing four-lane bridge between Biloxi and Ocean Springs in 2005, the Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) knew the structure had to be rebuilt as quickly and durably as possible. Read more

Shelter from the Storm

Concrete could benefit from new code. Read more

Concrete Returns Revisiting My “No Recession” Call

Several scenarios come to mind for 2009. Read more

Proving It's a Greener World with Concrete Proving It's a Greener World with Concrete

Researcher-engineer is making a difference. Read more

Outside Protection Outside Protection

NASA develops galvanic system to protect concrete structures. Read more