Consistency and Workability

The Colossal Panama Canal Project Focuses on Concrete
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The Colossal Panama Canal Project Focuses on Concrete

The world’s largest ongoing construction project is the expansion of the Panama... More

Back to Basics
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Back to Basics

Concrete fundamentals: mixing and placing of concrete. More

Shaking Things Up with Vibration Equipment
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Shaking Things Up with Vibration Equipment

New consolidation tools address current concrete design and construction practices. More

The Ins and Outs of RCC
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The Ins and Outs of RCC

RCC has been around for many years but interest is finally starting to build for... More

Troubleshooting Pervious Concrete
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Troubleshooting Pervious Concrete

Proper mix proportioning and the right materials will result in workable and... More

SCC Contributes to a Project’s Success
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SCC Contributes to a Project’s Success

SCC is increasing in use and this article provides some tips for achieving success. More

Amerimix SI 400
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Amerimix SI 400

SI 400 preblended portland lime mortars offer smooth consistency, easy workability... More

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Adding Water to Concrete on the Jobsite

Under what conditions are we allowed to retemper ready-mixed concrete at the jobsite? If we receive a batch that has too low a slump, can we add water to make the concrete more workable? More

SCC Revisited
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SCC Revisited

When self-consolidating concrete (SCC), first billed as self-compacting concrete,... More

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Survey Reinforces Industry Slump

Construction equipment manufacturers expect overall industry business to turn around slightly in 2010 following double-digit expected year-end 2009 declines in the minus-40-percent range for the United States and minus-30-percent range for Canada and other worldwide sectors, according to the annual "outlook" survey of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). More

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