As editor in chief, Stephanie Johnston oversees Public Works’ print magazine, website, e-newsletters, and digital initiatives. Before joining the staff 10 years ago, she worked on publications owned by the American Bar Association, Associated Equipment Distributors, and agriculture-industry publisher Century Communications. In 2015, she became editor of Concrete Construction sister publication Concrete Surfaces. She has a master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and lives in a Chicago suburb. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or follow her on Twitter at @StephanieatPW.
Otherwise, how are potential customers going to know how great your work is? We're extending the deadline for our annual Polished Concrete Awards to Fri., Sept. 30, to give as many of you as possible a chance to compete.
OSHA's lower limits for how much silica dust employers may "legally" expose workers goes into effect on June 23. One of the three occupations that must use respirators is concrete sandblasting. Hence, the sudden popularity of surfaces contractors.
Originally designed to be steel, the building’s structural material was switched to reinforced concrete by the general contractor. The American Society of Concrete Contractors' Decorative Concrete Council bestowed the honor.