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Decorative Concrete Brings a Community Together
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Decorative Concrete Brings a Community Together

An ASCC/DCC-sponsored community project brings decorative concrete to the Roseland... More

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More than Money

While the bottom line for any construction company is to make money, there are other bottom lines that also matter, such as contributing to your community. A sterling example of that was the ASCC/DCC-sponsored community project on the south side of Chicago last week at the Roseland "Good News" Day Care Center. More

America's Concrete Contractors
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America's Concrete Contractors

We share the stories of 20 concrete contractors that may not be America’s biggest... More

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Don’t Pervert the Pervious Pavement

Pervious concrete represents a significant opportunity for concrete flatwork contractors but it’s not as simple as just ordering different material from your producer. You have three chances over the next few months to learn more about pervious concrete and I encourage you to take advantage of the opportunity. More

Silica Dust Requirements for Construction Sites
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Silica Dust Requirements for Construction Sites

OSHA has proposed new more stringent permissible exposure limits for respirable... More

Pervious Concrete Live!
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Pervious Concrete Live!

Attendees of World of Concrete get hands-on experience with pervious concrete. More

Air Barrier Live at World of Concrete
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Air Barrier Live at World of Concrete

A review of one of World of Concrete's newest live events, Air Barrier Live. Moreuxrqqcrsxeybwdzwucufxsrfqxwttece

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World of Concrete is 30 Days Away

The editors have helped put together a wide array of special events that will interest our readers. World of Concrete takes place Jan. 21-24 in Las Vegas. More

Effective Safety Programs
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Effective Safety Programs

One of the truly defining elements of a company's culture is a commitment to... More

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Building Up a Curb Wall

Late last fall I poured an 18-inch monolithic foundation for a new garage, 20 feet by 36 feet with a 4-inch by 6-inch curb wall. I used a six-bag limestone mix with NYCON in it and have now decided that I would like a higher curb wall, adding about anothe More

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