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TCA Announces Winners of Safety Awards

The Tilt-Up Concrete Association has announced the winners for the 2014 Alphonse Engelman Safety Awards. More

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Dayton Superior Acquires Tilt-Werks

Dayton Superior has purchased Tilt-Werks. This fully-integrated, web-based technology developed by Tilt-Up Design Systems is a sophisticated design and detailing technology used by architects, structural engineers, contractors, and other professionals to create tilt-up buildings and construction packages, including Building Information Modeling (BIM) data. More

Concrete Industry Insights and Opinions: Where are the Workers?
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Concrete Industry Insights and Opinions: Where are the Workers?

Concrete Construction editor-in-chief Bill Palmer comments on industry news and... More

TCA Reopens Judging of 2014 Tilt-Up Achievement Awards
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TCA Reopens Judging of 2014 Tilt-Up Achievement Awards

The Tilt-Up Concrete Association (TCA) – a non-profit international organization... More

Tilt-Up Achievement Awards
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Tilt-Up Achievement Awards

June 2 i s the deadline for nominating projects for this year's Tilt-Up... More

Fixing One of America's Busiest Bridges
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Fixing One of America's Busiest Bridges

How San Francisco’s new Bay Bridge was repaired, with traffic flowing, after 32... More

San Jose State Educational Partner for TCA Convention
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San Jose State Educational Partner for TCA Convention

The Tilt-Up Concrete Association has announced that it will partner with San José... More

Concrete Containment
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Concrete Containment

Central Concrete, a leader in delivering low-CO2 concrete to the San Francisco Bay... More

Bright Idea
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Bright Idea

A second solar panel fabrication facility nearing completion in Fremont, Calif.,... More

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Grainger Steps Up To Help

With baby boomers preparing to retire from the ranks of the skilled workforce, a growing number of labor experts are raising concerns there is a shortage of workers with the critical skills required to replace retirees. Recognizing the growing need, facility maintenance supplier Grainger today announced an almost fourfold increase in its technical education scholarship program from the original nine community colleges to 35 across the country. More

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