Portland Cement Association

U.S. Cement Manufacturers Ready to Support Infrastructure Push
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U.S. Cement Manufacturers Ready to Support Infrastructure Push

“America’s infrastructure is built with cement and concrete because it has to be... More

Curing of Cylinders
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Curing of Cylinders

Frank Kozeliski discusses the research he’s performed on properly cured concrete... More

Cement Consumption Estimates Drop for 2016 and '17
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Cement Consumption Estimates Drop for 2016 and '17

Post-election political uncertainty, inflation and slower construction activity... More

PCA Elects 2017 Board of Directors
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PCA Elects 2017 Board of Directors

Before 2006, Allen Hamblen was president and CEO of Glacier Northwest and has... More

Course: Solutions to Concrete Field Problems
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Course: Solutions to Concrete Field Problems

Portland Cement Association hosts troubleshooting course in Skokie, Ill., on Nov.... More

PCA Celebrates 100th Anniversary
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PCA Celebrates 100th Anniversary

Association to mark centennial year at events throughout 2016.2016 marks the... More

PCA Announces Inaugural 2016 Resilience Leadership Award Winners
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PCA Announces Inaugural 2016 Resilience Leadership Award Winners

The Portland Cement Association (PCA) has announced the ten recipients of the... More

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Concrete Opinions and News

Editor Bill Palmer reviews a new concrete overlay, changes to industry association leadership, and upcoming meetings. More

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How Will EPA's New Clean Water Rule Affect Your Concrete Business?

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has finalized its Clean Water Rule, and one industry group warns that it could stymie economic recovery. More

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Proposed EPA Ozone Regulations Would Slash Thousands of Construction Jobs

If enacted, the regulations would force cement plant closures in small, rural communities. More

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