• CIM Auction Preview

    Which of these cement- and fly ash -related items will you be bidding on?

     
  • Don't Miss ICPSC 2015 at WOC

    Register NOW through www.worldofconcrete.com for the 2015 International Concrete Polishing & Staining Conference to ensure your seat at the seminars of your choice. ICPSC registration closes Jan. 27 and there is no onsite registration.

     
  • Would You Live in the World's first 3D-printed Apartment Building?

    A Chinese company has successfully 3D printed a five-story apartment building and a 1,100 square meter villa from a special print material, including a cement base.

     
  • Watch These Impressive City Skyline Transformations

    The actual speed of transformation in these cities over very short periods of time is amazing! How was there enough concrete?

     
  • Zahah Hadid Library, a Fallen Concrete Zone

    A roughly 175-pound piece of concrete cladding fell off of Zaha Hadid's Library and Learning Center at the University of Economics and Business in Vienna recently.

     
  • Estimating Done Right

    Could you be losing money with the way that you give estimates? Jim Adrian, President at Adrian International LLC, Peoria, Ill., offers some best-practice advice.

     
 
  • Concrete as a Cultural Icon?

    Concrete is the single most used material on the planet, but apparently not that appealing to most people – until now.

     
  • 3 Old School Concrete Pavement Processes that Deserve a New Look

    Thanks to some high-tech updates, what's old is new again. These old-school practices are giving asphalt a run for its money.

     
  • Now Available: Pervious Concrete Maintenance Guide

    The National Ready Mixed Concrete Association has released a newly revised Pervious Concrete Pavement Maintenance and Operations Guide.

     
  • Zahah Hadid Library, a Fallen Concrete Zone

    A roughly 175-pound piece of concrete cladding fell off of Zaha Hadid's Library and Learning Center at the University of Economics and Business in Vienna recently.

     
  • Don't be a Networking Nincompoop

    World of Concrete 2015 is right around the corner. Here's how to be the life of the party, not one of these six types of networking event losers.

     
  • Disposal of Coal Combustion Ash

    In a major victory for the concrete industry, the EPA did not designate coal ash as a hazardous waste and in fact continues to encourage beneficial use as a supplementary cementitious material in concrete. Learn more at CC Live during WOC on Tuesday morning from Tom Adams, American Coal Ash...

     
 
 
 
 
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