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The Concrete Prodcuer 2014 Survey Round-Up

Here are the articles and web extras from the 2014 The Concrete Producer Survey. More

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The Concrete Producer Survey: A Rebuilding Year

Producers try to make the most of an improving economy by focusing on core businesses. Some budgets are still tight; others producers are buying new equipment. More

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Missouri State University Foster Recreation Center

The Missouri State University Foster Recreation Center offers a place for the entire campus community to work out, play and learn about healthy living and is the central campus hub for promoting and supporting healthy living. More

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Plastic Fantastic

PVC rods prolong the life of sidewalks in one Missouri city. More

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View from the top

For nearly 50 years, the American Public Works Association has been rewarding excellence and dedication in public service by naming the industry's "Top Ten Leaders of the Year" during National Public Works Week. More

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Top Contractors

Revenue from 2007 reaches record level, but what lies ahead? More

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American Gothic

In some parts of the country, numerous well-preserved historic churches may be common. But in other areas, these buildings can be rare architectural treasures.The Christ Episcopal Church, Springfield, Mo., is one of only a few buildings on both the Springfield Historical Registry and the National Registry of Historic Sites. It is the oldest surviving church in Springfield, and one of the most well-preserved in the Ozarks region. More

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Taking a diversion

There are ways to reduce the amount of waste that goes into a landfill. And with the number of landfills decreasing, public works directors should be looking for ways to decrease the amount of solid waste that goes into these landfills. One way is to divert waste into other streams. More

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