Concrete Products

MAR 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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C O N C R E T E P R O D U C T S . C O M VOL. 72 NO. 3 Contents MARCH 2019 Concrete ® products DEPARTMENTS 4 EDITORIAL False Claims Act: Truly lucrative • Agency confirms unions' erosion of workforce share • Construction-specific ELD accounts for mixer, pump driver hours exemptions • NPCA hails a first for underground precast structures in new FAA spec • Transportation experts favorably frame future of concrete pavement • Young Professionals drive new NCMA branding, logo, messaging • Environmental StoneWorks shapes metal building systems giant NCI • Moreau succeeds Edwards at Lafargeholcim U.S. ACM • Pumping group expands safety resource library, hand signals reference • Cemex Ventures opens third competition for funding-worthy startups • Transparency Catalog assists green building practice • Philadelphia stakeholders join Build with Strength coalition • Desert-derived natural pozzolan tests favorably as fly ash alternative A salute to National Ready Mixed Concrete Driver of the Year David Buoncristiani of Central Concrete Supply, plus Runners Up Michael Salo of GCC of America; Eddie Thompson of Chandler Concrete Co.; and, George Weaver of Wayne Concrete, Shinglehouse, Pa. • Transportation Research Board spotlights cast-in-place concrete practice • GivenHansco's Keystone Online On-Delivery • Forney's cloud-based testing platform Silvi regroups in style 14 NEWS SCOPE 48 TECHNICAL TALK 64 FINAL FORM March 2019 • 3 7 GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 52 INNOVATIONS REPORT COVER, P. 12 NRMCA DRIVER OF THE YEAR, P. 47 3D PRINTING, P. 18 Sound planning and practice shape the future of concrete pavement, as demonstrated in the Amer- ican Concrete Pavement Association's VISION2040 treatise and on Wisconsin State Highway 42. The project garnered Vinton Construction, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and City of Two Rivers recognition in the ACPA 2018 Excellence in Concrete Pavement Awards program. PHOTOS: Courtesy of the American Concrete Pavement Association Central Concrete's David Buoncristiani 41 BRIEFS 44 FEATURE 58 INNOVATIONS

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