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  • Triad Award Call for Entries

    Hanley Wood’s Commercial Construction Group is seeking entries for the 2015 Triad Award, sponsored by Concrete Construction, The Concrete Producer, and Public Works magazines. This annual award honors outstanding publicly-owned concrete projects that demonstrate innovation, sustainability, and...

  • WEBINAR: Internal Curing of Concrete Pavements

    Learn how to both increase productivity on the grade and extend the life of finished pavements.

  • Pavement engineers: get 2 hours of continuing education credit

    On Sept. 4, the American Concrete Pavement Association and Concrete Pavement Technology Center launch the first of webinars sponsored by FHWA. Government employee discount.

  • Spray protects steel and concrete from corrosion

    Super Shield provides an extra layer of defense against moisture in caustic environments.

  • Culvert preservation tool

    Concrete Cloth flexible cement-impregnated fabric follows the contours of slopes, ditches, and culverts without forms and with minimal equipment.

  • Asphalt vs. concrete parking lots

    Aug. 6 webinar explains how to calculate total ownership cost (design, construction, and maintenance requirements) for each pavement type.

  • Curing pervious concrete: what's your take?

    A contractor and equipment owner argue over how important superabsorbant polymer (SAP) is to the future performance of pervious concrete. Who's right?

  • Modernizing an interstate

    Even after decades of use, the pavement was still in good enough condition to save, so UDOT elected to perform concrete pavement preservation (CPP).

  • Highway Materials Group Lauds Funding Plan

    The Highway Materials Group commends Sens. Chris Murphy (D-CT) and Robert Corker (R-TN) on their proposal to ensure future funding of the surface transportation system by increasing the federal motor fuels tax by 12 cents.

  • Seismic Repairs on the Oakland Bay Bridge

    The Bay Bridge project, which included removing and replacing a one-mile stretch of I-80 in San Francisco as well as building a transition structure at Yerba Buena Island between the eastern and western spans, is one of the largest public works projects in U.S. history.