We introduce a new column this month.
PCA economist's insights, best use of vapor barriers, association management in the industry, and checking in on Mary K. Hurd.
ACI's Formwork Standards have changes with regard to wall-pressure formulas.
Environmental protection issues shaped the plans for a twin-tube vehicular tunnel, 1.45 miles long, outside the village of Steinhaus in Upper Austria.
Who makes the rules for form design? The American Concrete Institute (ACI) Committee 347, Formwork for Concrete, is generally regarded as the standards-setting authority in the United States—not only for vertical formwork but also for deck forms, shoring, and reshoring.