Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute

TCP Survey: Wood Construction is a Threat
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TCP Survey: Wood Construction is a Threat

The wood industry is aggressively working to gain market share over other building... More

Epoxy Industry Service Award Goes to Marcelo Guadalupe Acuña
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Epoxy Industry Service Award Goes to Marcelo Guadalupe Acuña

Marcelo helped establish epoxy coating plants in Oklahoma (1979), Michigan (1980),... More

Replace Reinforcing Steel
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Replace Reinforcing Steel

Replacing rebar or mesh with this product has many benefits: improved crack... More

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Highway Materials Group Lauds Funding Plan

The Highway Materials Group commends Sens. Chris Murphy (D-CT) and Robert Corker (R-TN) on their proposal to ensure future funding of the surface transportation system by increasing the federal motor fuels tax by 12 cents. More

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Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute Named an ANSI Accredited Standards Developer

The Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute (CRSI) was recently accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) as an ANSI Accredited Standards Developer (ASD). More

Designed for Success
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Designed for Success

Chemical admixtures are helping concrete meet today's toughest construction... More

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Emotions Fly at EPA Fly Ash Hearing
It's no Steal
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It's no Steal

The U.S. steel industry had a good year in 2006, at least until the fourth quarter... More

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Reinforcing Concrete

The Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute's (CRSI) new Products & Services catalog contains a multitude of resources for precast concrete producers and design and construction professionals who rely on reinforcement products and supplies. The catalog has ordering information on essential publications, software, and technical resources. Included is information on the More

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Concrete Under Fire

How thick should concrete be to withstand four hours of temperatures of 2000 degree F without degrading or failing? The concrete barrier likely will be exposed to more than 2000 degrees F. The barrier would be more than 30 feet tall and more than 30 feet long. It will be outdoors and subject to rain and other weather. More

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