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Engineering Superior Performance

Realizing that growth and success for the concrete construction industry will come from innovation and new technologies, the industry is working together to position concrete as the building material of choice. More

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The Next 50 Years of the Interstate

Future challenges lie in five key areas: future capacity requirements, economics of materials, balanced surface characteristics, safety and security, and sustainability. More

Making Technology Transfer Stick
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Making Technology Transfer Stick

Fifty years ago, floor problems due to moisture were well recognized and many good... More

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Is That Concrete?

Fifty years from now the material that will be called concrete will be very different from what we have today. More

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Working Smarter and More Efficiently

In the next 50 years we are going to make more progress along several current initiatives. More

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Key Predictions

The next 50 years of change will be equivalent to the changes we have seen in the past 400 years. More

Formwork and Shoring In 2056
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Formwork and Shoring In 2056

Composite materials will be more prevalent. Research and experimentation with... More

A Different Industry
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A Different Industry

Green will be the flavor of the day. Owners, architects, and developers will build... More

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Concrete's Rediscovery Fuels Growth

The tilt-up and RCF (removable concrete form) segments of the industry will grow significantly in the next 50 years, outperforming the market in general. More

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Concrete Sophistication

Over the next 50 years, I see a move toward higher quality concrete led by implementation of the 10-to 12-year FHWA Concrete Pavement Road Map research, starting with its “Performance-Based Concrete Pavement Mix Design System.” More

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