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  • Double-digit growth at World of Concrete 2015

    World of Concrete 2015  exceeded expectations across the board.

  • What we learned in Vegas about public works

    Last week's World of Concrete featured a host of public works-focused exhibitors, and some important education. We're bringing it all to you, right here.

  • Now Available: Pervious Concrete Maintenance Guide

    The National Ready Mixed Concrete Association has released a newly revised Pervious Concrete Pavement Maintenance and Operations Guide.

  • Save $65 on an expert panel discussion: Feb. 5

    We invite you to meet the winners of an annual award honoring publicly owned projects at a luncheon on Thurs., Feb. 5, in Las Vegas. This year’s Triad Award recipients demonstrate innovative use of portland limestone cement (PLC).

  • Pervious in Paradise

    Stop by the Gold Lot to check out Pervious in Paradise, where attendees, sponsoring exhibitors, and researchers will have an opportunity to display, discuss, and demonstrate the new equipment and test procedures for this rapidly growing market – pervious concrete.

  • Pilot concrete project makes roads safer, more attractive

    For the first time, colored concrete safety barriers are ensuring safety on German roads–and enhancing their visual appeal, too.

  • Help these public projects win a trip to Vegas

    Annual CREWS THAT ROCK finalists include city sidewalks, a bridge, and a tunnel. Vote here by Dec. 26. The two winning crews will receive a trip to World of Concrete in February in Las Vegas.

  • Engineering Day at World of Concrete 2015

    World of Concrete preview of an educational track specifically for the unique informational needs of civil and structural engineers.

  • Concrete Slab Showcase

    New to World of Concrete 2015, the Concrete Slab Construction Showcase will feature several examples of the newest techniques contractors can use to form, place, treat, or repair concrete on flatwork applications such slab-on-grade, elevated floors, and pavements.

  • Take the Dam Tour!

    Join the editors of CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION and THE CONCRETE PRODUCER magazines on an informative tour of the Hoover Dam bypass and the Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge.