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  • Freightliner Trucks Announces Hardest Working Cities

    Four cities — New York City, Charlotte, Edmonton, and Seattle-Tacoma — were named “Hardest Working Cities” at World of Concrete on Wednesday, Feb. 3. Additional recipients will be announced later this year.

  • MCAA Showcases Masons’ Craftsmanship

    The masonry industry’s best journeyman masons and apprentices returned to World of Concrete for the Mason Contractors Association of America’s (MCAA) Fastest Trowel on the Block and Masonry Skills Challenge competitions.

  • Bricklayer 500 Champs Celebrate Well-Earned Awards

    Scott Tuttle from Quik Trowell in Clearfield, Utah, was named “World’s Best Bricklayer” in the 2016 Spec Mix Bricklayer 500 competition (775 brick), with the help of mason tender, Brian Tuttle.

  • Increasing Profits with Insulating Concrete Forms

    Steal residential and commercial business from competitors who use traditional construction methods.

  • New AIA CES Training Seminar

    Flowcrete Americas is offering a new AIA CES Training Seminar ideal for architects to find out more about specifying fit-for-purpose flooring solutions for the food and beverage industry.

  • McNeilus Introduces Used Equipment and Trade-In Program

    McNeilus Truck & Mfg. is introducing a used equipment and trade-in program that offers quality, pre-owned mixers of all makes and models, and provides owners the opportunity to trade up to the latest McNeilus models.

  • Awarding the Concrete Industry’s Future

    Bob Weatherton received the first Legacy Award presented by World of Concrete three years ago for his contributions to the concrete industry. Last year, WOC established the Bob Weatherton Award as a way to keep that legacy alive.

  • CSDA President to be Honored with Award

    Ted Johnston, former president of Concrete Sawing & Drilling Association (CSDA) from Winnipeg, Canada, was selected to receive the association’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

  • ACPA Announces Safety and Hose Handling DVD

    The American Concrete Pumping Association has a new Coworker Safety & House Handling DVD to educate viewers on the jobsite of safety practices around concrete pumps.

  • Concrete Awards, Cards, and so Much More!

    Frank Kozeliski of Count on Concrete has a knack for creating concrete masterpieces.

  • The Legacy Continues: Ward Malisch Receives Award

    For the third year, World of Concrete presented the Legacy Award, the show’s greatest recognition. This year’s recipient was Ward Malisch, who has been involved with WOC for more than three decades.

  • Items Available at CIM Auction at 2016 WOC

    The Concrete Industry Management program has announced the list of ready mixed concrete-focused items that have been donated for their eleventh annual Auction at the World of Concrete. The Auction is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 3 in the Las Vegas Convention Center. To see the full list, click...

  • Get Excited for Wacker Neuson's Trowel Challenge

    Test your skills at Wacker Neuson's Annual Trowel Challenge that will take place at the 2016 World of Concrete. Speed and precision combined could send you to the winner's circle!

  • Education at WOC with Bryan Birdwell: Floor and Pavement Basics

    Concrete Construction Magazine spoke with industry expert Bryan Birdwell on the three sessions he will be leading at the 2016 World of Concrete.

  • CIM Auction Items: Get 'Em Before They're Gone

    Make your best offer on these last select items from the 2015 CIM Auction.

  • Concrete Optimism

    If you see anyone down in the dumps this week, tell him or her to lighten up! That’s because the news is only going to get better in the months and years to come.

  • Ed Sauter Receives WOC Legacy Award

    Despite being stranded in Iowa due to snow, Ed Sauter, executive director of both the Tilt-Up Concrete Association (TCA) and Concrete Foundations Association (CFA) was honored in absentia for lifetime achievement before the opening of World of Concrete.

  • Debut of a Cloud Platform Solution

    On Center Software introduced Oasis, a first for the construction industry.

  • Working at Alcatraz Island

    The Concrete Preservation Institute (CPI), a non-profit educational foundation partner to the National Park Service (NPS) and the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, is hosting an all-military veteran team for the 2015 CPI spring session on Alcatraz Island.

  • Showcasing the Concrete Industry Management’s Students

    Designed to provide graduates with a broad array of initial opportunities within the concrete industry, the Concrete Industry Management (CIM) program supplies the industry with future managers and leaders.


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