American Concrete Pipe Association

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The American Concrete Pipe Association (ACPA) is a nonprofit organization, composed primarily of manufacturers of concrete pipe and related conveyance products located throughout the United States, Canada, and in more than 40 foreign countries.

  • 1303 West Walnut Hill Lane
  • Suite 305
  • Irving, Texas 75038-2965
  • Phone: 972-506-7216

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American Concrete Pipe Association Articles

  • NPCA and PCI Form Partnership

    The National Precast Concrete Association and the Precast Prestressed Concrete Institute have initiated a strategic partnership that will reduce duplication and increase collaboration in several program areas. The initial areas of collaboration for the two organizations are plant certification and...

  • Setting up Concrete Pumps

    Concrete boom pumps increase productivity and reduce labor at the jobsite. Producers should be involved in positioning these devices to maintain safety and productivity.

  • Training for Equipment Operators

    Even experienced operators often need additional training to understand and use new equipment efficiently. Fortunately, the industry has responded with a variety of training tools and programs.

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    Concrete Boom Pumps: Safety & Productivity

    Of all the equipment that has changed concrete construction over the past 40 years, the concrete boom pump is number one for increasing productivity and reducing labor. A concrete pump is a very large and powerful piece of equipment that can provide great benefits on a concrete project but it can...

  • Introduction to Concrete Pavement Design for Streets and Roads

    The comprehensive webinar begins with a discussion about the key variables to consider when designing a concrete pavement.

  • ACPA Lends Support to Sustainable Water Coalition

    Concrete pipe association joins SWIC to advance private investment in water projects.

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    How to Specify and Use Concrete Pumplines

    Article discusses the issues surrounding concrete pumplines: how to configure them for applications, how to install them, and safe practices

  • The Changing World of Paving Roads

    Control of concrete paving work is going stringless, which improves ride and reduces concrete consumption.

  • ACPA Applauds U.S. Senate’s Approval of S. 1813

    The ACPA expressed its thanks and appreciation to the U.S. Senate for passing its two-year, $109 billion transportation bill.

  • Safe Concrete Pumping

    Use of an S-elbow on a concrete pump hose can lead to a dangerous situation.

  • ACPA Urges Bipartisan Support of Transportation Authorization

    Amid reports that both the U.S. House of Representative and Senate are delaying further consideration of the highway authorization measures until after recess, the American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA) is urging strong bipartisan support of the bill.

  • The Gold award for Urban Arterials & Collectors was given to the 3500 South Bangerter Highway to 2700 West, Phase II project.

    ACPA Annual Excellence in Concrete Pavements

    The annual awards for Excellence in Concrete Pavement were announced by American Concrete Pavement Association.

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    To Seal or Not?

    There is increased interest in eliminating joint sealants as a means of lowering the cost of concrete pavements.

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    Bright Idea

    A second solar panel fabrication facility nearing completion in Fremont, Calif., symbolizes the trend toward clean energy technology serving both environmental responsibility and economic recovery.

  • Video Details ACPA Certification

    The American Concrete Pumping Association (ACPA) has produced a new video "INSIST ON IT" that encourages the use of certified operators when using or hiring a concrete pump.

  • ACPA Jobsite Safety Poster Available

    The American Concrete Pumping Association (ACPA) is pleased to announce another addition to its expansive repertoire of concrete pump safety training materials with the newly released Concrete Pumping Jobsite Safety Poster.

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    ACPA 2009 Award Winners

    The American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA), Skokie, Ill., announced the winners of its 20th Annual National Excellence in Concrete Pavement Awards.

  • Upscale Pavement

    Swederski Concrete has been steadily expanding the market for concrete parking lots and local concrete streets in northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin since it purchased its first Somero Laser Screed in 1999.

  • News & Events

    This year, the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA) will celebrate a milestone —its diamond anniversary. Founded in 1930, NRMCA continues to be a leading advocate working to expand, improve, and promote the industry through leadership, education, and partnering.

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    I-95 Reconstruction, Darlington and Florence Counties, South Carolina

    2005 ACPA Excellence in Concrete Pavement Awards Winner: Divided Highways—Urban