September 2014 Table of Contents

WEB EXCLUSIVE
Capitol Hill Station Capitol Hill Station

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FEATURES
Boosting Confidence in Post-Tensioned Structures Boosting Confidence in Post-Tensioned Structures

Encapsulated post-tensioned systems are boosting consumer confidence in this method of construction, eliminating the chance of tendon corrosion. Read more

Bracing and Tilt-up Concrete Bracing and Tilt-up Concrete

Braces create a strong and consistent rhythm along each elevation and are perhaps the most recognizable feature of a tilt-up concrete building under construction. Read more

CONTRACTOR TO WATCH
Graystone Concrete Contractors Contractor to Watch Graystone Concrete Contractors

Working to sustain growth and diversify, this new company is a spin-off of the concrete division of FTWOODS Construction. Read more

Other Articles
A Concrete Education at College Avenue Commons PROJECT OF THE MONTH A Concrete Education at College Avenue Commons

Designed as a monument to the construction industry, The College Avenue Commons is a cutting edge teaching facility at Arizona State University. Read more

Immigration and E-Verify

Every employer must check the immigration status and eligibility for employment of new workers. Usually, making sure that every new worker completes a Form I-9 and has documentation of his identity is enough. But you may also want to consider enrolling in E-Verify. Read more

Safe Crane Operations Safe Crane Operations

It's important to look past the regulations and adopt a common sense approach that balances production and safety for crane operators. Read more

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

Concrete Construction editor-in-chief Bill Palmer comments on industry news and events. Read more

INDUSTRY Best Construction Vehicles

Our sister publication Tools of the Trade asked readers to tell them about the vehicles they drive for work. Here is what they said. Read more

Advice for Sidejobs

If you don’t allow your crew to do any sidejobs, you may lose a few good men. Contractors and crews should work with each other so all can benefit. Read more

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