Of all the equipment that has changed concrete construction over the past 40 years...
Alternative reinforcing materials can improve concrete performance in harsh conditions...
Pyles Concrete and Oshkosh S-Series vehicles help complete massive remediation project.
The April issue of Concrete Surfaces is a comprehensive review of all decorative...
Usually when concrete has dark and light patterns, owners are less than happy. But not with SolidPoetry – when sprinkled with water...
The Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI) is pleased to announce the launch of a new accreditation program for paver installation...
ACI Foundation seeks student applicants for eight Fellowships and seven Scholarships.
Paving the Way: Our special joint issue provides the latest on roller-compacted concrete, bridge decks, and other pavement strategies. A special Problem Clinic reviews bonded versus unbonded overlays.
Preventing moisture intrusion from hairline cracks on tilt-up concrete panels.
Contractor uses repair products that provide fast and smooth patching.
We are now accepting entries to the Third Annual Concrete Surfaces Polished Concrete Awards!
CC’s Project of the Month is an opportunity for you to showcase your latest work!
Kim Nielsen sculpts concrete figures in his free time. his latest creation is A Tree With Soul, symbolizing the soul of an old tree.
The $16.5 million expansion and renovation of the Long Beach High School is underway and it involves a lot of concrete work.
A 27-square-mile area of land in the southern part of the New Mexico is the home of the world’s first purpose-built commercial spaceport...
Pervious Concrete: The Road Less Raveled
Pump Positioning; Low-Corrosion Reinforcement; Maintaining Pervious Concrete
Read through CC's extensive archives to see how the industry has changed, and how it's remained the same.
For our 50th anniversary, Concrete Construction takes a look back to our own beginnings by pulling some of our favorite products of...
Around 1960, the industry began investigating the use of synthetic fibers to improve the performance of concrete.
Alan Sparkman, the Executive Director of the Tennessee Concrete Association, describes the potential of pervious concrete, a sustainable concrete solution. He also covers the critical materials and construction techniques for successful pavement.
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