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  • Measuring Polished Concrete

    A new standard could provide the means to creating uniform polished concrete floors. Here's what you need to know.

  • Start Your Engines!—Register Now for CSDA's 2015 Convention

    CSDA's 43rd Annual Convention & Tech Fair is set to take place in St. Petersburg, Fla., just after the Firestone IndyCar Grand Prix.

  • CSDA Website Improvements

    The Concrete Sawing and Drilling Association (CSDA) announces the launch of a new version of its website—www.csda.org -filled with exciting features for members and industry specifiers.

  • CSDA Training Schedule

    The Concrete Sawing & Drilling Association has planned nine hands-on and classroom courses across the U.S. during fall 2014/winter 2015, including introductory, yet comprehensive classes geared toward anyone wishing to expand their knowledge of sawing and drilling basics.

  • CSDA Testifies on OSHA Silica Rule

    Concrete Sawing & Drilling Association representatives testified at U.S. Department of Labor public hearings in March, explaining why the proposed respirable crystalline silica rule is unworkable for the sawing and drilling industry and will be economically unfeasible to implement.

  • Silica Dust Requirements for Construction Sites

    OSHA has proposed new more stringent permissible exposure limits for respirable silica dust on jobsites that the construction industry feels are overly stringent and unachievable.

  • CSDA Elects 2014 Board of Directors

    The Concrete Sawing & Drilling Association (CSDA) announces its new 2014 board members, who were elected at the 42nd Annual CSDA Convention and Tech Fair in March.

  • A New Standard for Polished Concrete

    CSDA Standard ST-115 Measuring Concrete Micro Surface Texture goes beyond gloss to measure surface texture at each step in the polishing process.

  • Concrete Polishing Progress

    News and opinions from the CC editor.

  • Taming the Wild West of Concrete Polishing

    Within the last year, associations have given polishing contractors firmer ground to stand on when bidding projects, executing work, and explaining their product to customers and specifiers in clear, consistent language.