TCP Editors

Insights from the editor of The Concrete Producer: Sharon J. Rehana with contributors Tom Bagsarian, Bill Palmer and Rick Yelton.

  • The Path to Concrete

    Road trips, friends, and concrete; it can't get any better than that! Even when I'm on vacation, I'm looking for the concrete, and it drives my friends crazy.

     
  • OSHA’s Final Rule on Crystalline Silica and What it Means For Producers

    Last month, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released the final rule on Worker’s exposure to respirable crystalline silica dust. The concrete production industry has expressed serious concern about the reasonableness of the rule and the industry's ability to meet the...

     
  • We Got Slabbed

    Time and time again, concrete has proven to be resilient in the face of natural disaster. At the PCA Spring Congress, Gov. Haley Barbour stressed the importance of resiliency.

     
  • Dude, Where's My Truck?

    Are your operations managers investing in telematics, and if so, are you seeing the benefits?

     
  • Environmental Product Declarations

    Many concrete industry associations are taking notice and rising to the challenge.

     
  • 5 Free Things to do at World of Concrete 2016

    It's the larges show in more than seven years, and it's less than a week away. Have you planned your World of Concrete yet?

     
  • This Week in Concrete

    We're off to a great start in 2016 when it comes to the great news and innovations for the concrete industry. Here's a recap of what's happened so far .

     
  • Looking to 2016

    It's a great time to be part of the concrete industry. We need to be ready to embrace the advancements and challenges that come our way.

     
  • Don’t forget…

    It's time to look ahead to 2016, but not before we wrap up 2015.

     
  • The Road to Success

    With 2015 almost over, it's time to think about making 2016 great. What are your plans?

     
  • Where’s the Fly Ash?

    Despite an industry-wide effort to make concrete more sustainable, combined with the recent EPA final ruling declaring fly ash non-hazardous, the use of fly ash in concrete mixes is on a steady decrease because there just isn’t enough of it.

     
  • Concrete Influencers

    The results of the 2015 TCP Annual Survey are in. While we look at where we’ve been and where we’re going, take a moment to recognize who has led the way.

     
  • Truck Driver Shortage

    How do we fill the seats of ready-mix trucks with qualified drivers in the midst of labor shortages?

     
  • Who’s Driving our Industry?

    With the increase in construction activity and the greater need for concrete, we should be celebrating the opportunity to expand our operations and grow our businesses. So why can’t we find qualified drivers to fill the labor shortages?

     
  • Concrete and Generation Y

    How do you recruit and work with the Millennial Generation?

     
  • Time to Shine

    It's time to start thinking about all the different networking opportunities, and also, when and how to show off the great innovations of our industry.

     
  • Concrete Mix Names

    The concrete industry doesn't need to develop a single product code naming convention and force all producers to use it.

     
  • Name that Concrete

    Does your mix code reflect the composition or performance of the concrete mix, or is it arbitrary?”

     
  • Products Lead to Profit

    The 2015 Buyer's Guide is your one-stop resources to products and information.

     
  • Concrete Jobs: Visit a CIM Campus

    Every potential college student you know should stop at one of the four CIM college campuses offering a concrete industry degree. It's a not only a great industry, but jobs are on the rise and employers are looking for the right talent.

     
 
 
 
 

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