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C O N C R E T E P R O D U C T S . C O M VOL. 118 NO. 7 Contents JULY 2015 Concrete ® products DEPARTMENTS 4 EDITORIAL • ¡Adios America! author says hello to Pennsylvania producers • Feds set deadline for electronic stability control systems on Class 7-8 trucks • EPA, DOT agency drive elevated fuel efficiency standards for trucks • Road Builders frame funding priorities in Great Lakes projects • Agencies issue proposed rule, guidance on contractor 'Blacklisting' Executive Order • U.S. Concrete grows New Jersey, D.C. businesses, completes precast production exit • Cemex teams with UN, conservation groups on natural site protection • Customer demands drive Ameron Hawaii's five-plant, central mixed upgrade • Construction index: Nonresidential work unhampered by labor pinch, rising costs • Nichiha Roughsawn fiber cement panels play to reclaimed-wood trend • LignoTech-backed $110M venture to stabilize water reducer ingredient supply • Newport pier supported with Shea Concrete pile caps • Lakelands Concrete Products and hauler Coniber Trucking equip a Corps of Engineers contractor with 950 dolosse • Leaders in concrete practice weigh in on certification, code and licensing programs developed within the industry and beyond • Munson-equipped Kingdom Products ' intensifies' decorative mix production • M-Series ushers Tier 4 Final design to Cat's small wheel loaders • Six-story subgrade structure lands Ballinger AE project top honor 16 NEWS SCOPE 99 FINAL FORM www.concreteproducts.com July 2015 • 3 6 GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 91 INNOVATIONS REPORT COVER STORY, P. 50 BUYERS' GUIDE, P. 59 Lima, N.Y.-based Lakelands Concrete Products mobilizes production team members and hauler Coniber Trucking to equip a Corps of Engineers contractor with 950 dolosse—precast structures whose inter- locking confguration and 16-ton mass should protect a critical Lake Ontario harbor in perpetuity. PHOTOS: Don Marsh Annual reference to industry manufac- turers, suppliers and service providers. MUNSON MIXER, P. 91 30 BRIEFS 50 FEATURES 98 MARKETPLACE CLASSIFIEDS