Portland Cement Association

PCA Lowers Cement Consumption Estimates for 2016 and '17
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PCA Lowers Cement Consumption Estimates for 2016 and '17

Post-election political uncertainty, inflation and slower construction activity... More

Troubleshooting Course: Solutions to Concrete Field Problems
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Troubleshooting Course: Solutions to Concrete Field Problems

Portland Cement Association hosts troubleshooting course in Skokie, Ill., on Nov.... More

Surprise Findings on Greenhouse Gas Emissions
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Surprise Findings on Greenhouse Gas Emissions

A good story to tell: Cement production represents only 1% of U.S. greenhouse gas... More

Optimism Prevails
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Optimism Prevails

Despite uncertainties over the global economy, U.S. presidential election, and... More

The Fight for Mid-rise Construction
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The Fight for Mid-rise Construction

The concrete industry has launched initiatives to recoup lost market share. More

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Will EPA's New Clean Water Rule Threaten Your Concrete Business?

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has finalized its Clean Water Rule, and at least one industry group warns that it could hurt economic recovery. More

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Proposed EPA Ozone Regulations Jeapordize Construction Employment

PCA estimates that the cement industry alone would have compliance costs and plant closures that could lead to the loss of nearly 900 jobs. More

A Strong Push for Concrete Buildings
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A Strong Push for Concrete Buildings

The mission of the Council of ICF Industries is to promote and enhance the social,... More

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Toscas to Take the Reigns at Portland Cement Association

The Board of Directors of the PCA has named James G. Toscas president and chief executive officer, effective December 15, 2014. More

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Stull Elected to Lead Portland Cement Association

John Stull, president and CEO of Lafarge North America Inc., is the new chairman of the association. More

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