Concrete Products

JAN 2019

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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Concrete Plants of the Future • Florida, Michigan policies merit construction stakeholder attention • Multiemployer pension reform set to carry into new Congress • Travelers Cos. heeds state's call for foundations repair fund participation • EPA prepares to shed contentious Waters of the U.S. interpretation • Distributor Alley-Cassetty gains masonry production in LoJac deal • Cemex veteran Mack brings pavement depth to ACPA chairmanship • Cemex Ventures funds app developer • Beck and Mack, Con-Tech and Kenworth ensure CIM Auction payload • Digitization, powertrain evolution take bauma 2019 center stage • Volvo programs autonomous dump truck as 'limestone transport solution' • AIA, Microsoft, Steel Institute support embodied carbon calculator • Economists see equipment, technology outlays outpacing GDP growth • Oldcastle Infrastructure biofilter bests water pollution control metrics • Condominium association, engineers dig deep to reverse tower tilt • Developer relies on ICF panels for townhomes in LEED-ND site • ACI, ASCC update quality benchmark • Investor positions StormTrap for higher volumes, broader reach Temperature targets, differentials in mass concrete quality control • GivenHansco's Keystone Online Operations • Truck-mounted placing equipment from Atlas Polar, Rotabelt, Theam USA • American Geothermal's HotBatch Batchwater Tank Heaters Valuables-geared storage structure cast to museum-grade integrity C O N C R E T E P R O D U C T S . C O M VOL. 72 NO. 1 Contents JANUARY 2019 Concrete ® products DEPARTMENTS 4 EDITORIAL 18 NEWS SCOPE 70 TECHNICAL TALK 96 FINAL FORM www.concreteproducts.com January 2019 • 3 6 GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 76 INNOVATIONS REPORT COVER, P. 60 PERFORMANCE AGGREGATE, P. 66 National Ready Mixed Concrete parks near epicenter of Los Angeles high-rise building wave. PHOTOS: Don Marsh TRUCK-MOUNTED CONVEYORS, P. 80 50 BRIEFS 98 INNOVATIONS

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