Tom Klemens

Tom Klemens is a civil engineer and former Concrete Construction editor who’s now a freelance writer based in Palatine, Illinois. E-mail [email protected].

Tom Klemens's Posts

  • Features

    How to choose among your concrete pumping options.

  • Features

    We Americans love our pavement. We drive 3 trillion miles a year on more than 4 million miles of U.S. roadways. Clearly we're a nation on the go and we expect our roads, streets, and highways to be available and ready whenever, and wherever, we are.

  • Features

    First used on a large-scale commercial project in 1983, the F-number system for measuring floor flatness and levelness has been perhaps the most significant factor in enabling the construction of flatter and more level concrete floors.

  • Tolerances

    A new book published by the American Society of Concrete Contractors (ASCC) chronicles the current state of tolerances related to concrete construction.

  • Features

    With so many factors affecting project development, the amount of construction work available is always growing or decreasing.

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