Concrete Products

JUL 2015

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.

Issue link: http://concrete.epubxp.com/i/538423

Contents of this Issue

Navigation

Page 4 of 103

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

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of Concrete Products - JUL 2015