Concrete Products

MAY 2017

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. 120 NO. 5 Contents MAY 2017 Concrete ® products DEPARTMENTS 4 EDITORIAL Multinational producers see EU, U.S. antitrust schemes diverge • EPA's Back-to-Basics agenda tames myriad Obama regulations • CalPortland nears $100M in Energy Star- rooted savings • Obama Fair Pay and 'Volks' rules no match for successor's pen • Fatality-data mining finds noon the deadliest hour on construction sites • OSHA silica rule decision spells three-month reprieve for contractors • U.S. steel producers' trade petitions target wire rod imports • McInnis Cement starts Big Apple terminal construction • U.S. Concrete shores up New York aggregates supply • Federal Trade Commission eyes merger investigation streamlining • Cemex exits Pacific Northwest • LafargeHolcim prepares for CEO transition • Calculator performs life cycle assessment for slag cement concrete • Salt River Materials leverages Class C ash feed to boost Class F ash volume • West Oahu Aggregate ushers front discharge mixers into Hawaii market Uniform particle size coal ash: Essential for future concrete applications 'Shadow' wall tile places in international Red Dot competition 22 NEWS SCOPE 26 BRIEFS 64 FINAL FORM May 2017 • 3 8 GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 60 TECH TALK COVER STORY, P. 30 SALT RIVER MATERIALS, P. 32 Carr Bros. 28-year veteran driver Rob Minor rides into the 2017 construction season with a new Schwing-Stetter mixer and an inarguable message about Cleveland market staying power. PHOTOS: Concrete Products 32 FEATURES TRUCKS & COMPONENTS, P. 39

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