Concrete Products

MAR 2014

Concrete Products covers the issues that attract producers of ready mixed and manufactured concrete focusing on equipment and material technology, market development and management topics.

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C O N C R E T E P R O D U C T S . C O M VOL. 117 NO. 3 Contents MARCH 2014 Concrete ® products DEPARTMENTS 4 EDITORIAL • Judge compels EPA to pick up pace on languishing coal ash disposal rule • Supreme Court justices side with hardscape dealer Haluch Gravel in Operating Engineers pension case • High Court: Workers' safety gear donning not on the clock • FHWA revisits alkali-aggregate reactivity in comprehensive new field guide • Big city mayors embrace energy efficient buildings, policies • Bayshore Concrete commits to $4 million flagship plant, harbor upgrade • Hanson Pressure Pipe's towable educational exhibit hits road • FHWA, MIT officials lead International Concrete Sustainability Conference • SEFA Group earmarks $40 million to advanced ash processing • Residential market upturn fuels near-double digit gains for fiber cement • Concrete Industry Management Program auction grosses $800K+ • ACI Committee 318 reorganizes Building Code around designs' structural members Full coverage of ConExpo-Con/Agg: Show schedule, Las Vegas Convention Center guide, education program, plus preview of new offerings from Mack Trucks, BASF Admixture Systems, Continental Mixers, Kimble Mixer, McNeilus Cos. and Oshkosh, Terex, Shumaker Industries and a host of other exhibitors SensoCrete's Concrete Optimizer offers produc- ers automated plant or onboard solutions for ready mixed order adjustments Nichiha U.S.A. fiber cement panels put new face on 1960s Texas civic center honoring World War II Purple Heart soldier 16 NEWS SCOPE 32 SHOW REPORT 72 FINAL FORM march 2014 • 3 Delaware Valley Concrete steers its inaugural compressed natural gas-powered Oshkosh mixer to the Heritage Creek subdivision in Warrenton, Pa. The producer is frst out of the gate among Keystone State ready mixed producers testing natural gas over diesel feet power. PHOTOS: Tim Ketavongsa, Delaware Valley Concrete 6 GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 68 INNOVATIONS REPORT COVER STORY, P. 25 DRIVER OF THE YEAR, P. 26 MCINNIS CEMENT, P. 28 CONEXPO-CON/AGG, P. 32 Garland Sorrells Concrete Products March 2014.indd 3 2/17/2014 1:52:30 PM

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