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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www.concreteproducts.com March 2019 • 39 BRIEFS ACTIVITIES & APPOINTMENTS ORGANIZATIONS Concrete Pumping Association of Canada is now operating as an American Concrete Pump- ing Association chapter, but maintaining the CPAC name. A merger will give members from Canada a dedicated forum while continuing to benefit from ACPA's strong safety, training and concrete pump operator certification program. It creates what ACPA Executive Director Christi Collins calls "synergy and alignment on both sides of the border as we advocate and lobby for shared resources for the greater concrete pumping community." Concrete pumpers in the United States and Canada share many issues, including those tied to safety, workforce devel- opment and promotion, she adds. "CPAC has worked diligently for many years to create a stronger pumping industry in Canada," notes CPAC director Daryl Dika of Reach Construction Services. We're looking for- ward to the opportunities this merger will bring to strengthen the concrete pumping industry throughout Canada." More than 75 members of the Texas Aggregates & Concrete Association convened in Austin last month to meet with state legislators. "Capitol Day is always a great opportunity for our mem- bers to help educate legislators and their staffs about matters affecting our industry," says TACA President David Perkins. "It also lets us build and strengthen relationships to remind legislators how our members value and support the economy and the environment, as well as the sensible and efficient use of our state's lim- ited natural resources." The Wisconsin Ready Mixed Concrete Asso- ciation named 2019 officers and directors during its annual convention, held in Madison. Officers are Wally Jankowski of Advanced Con- crete, president; Mike Tews of Carew Concrete & Supply, vice president; and, Scott Zignego of Zignego Ready Mix, secretary/treasurer. Pro- ducer Directors are Todd Brockman of MCC, Inc.; Ron Carlson of Wingra Redi-Mix; Matt Flynn of American Materials; Jason Johnson of Ozinga Ready Mix; Luke Knadle of River City Ready Mix; Mike Rivecca of Riv/Crete Ready Mix; and, Dan Trierweiler of Trierweiler Construction & Supply. Chris Forster of Tustin, Calif.-based Largo Con- crete has been elected 2019-2020 president of the American Society of Concrete Contrac- tors, St. Louis. Bill Bramschreiber of Charles Pankow Builders, Anthony DeCarlo of TWC Concrete Services, and Mario Garza of Barton Malow have been re-elected vice-presidents. Chris Klemaske of T.B. Penick & Sons has been elected vice president and Kevin Riley of Belfast Valley Contractors treasurer. Sep- arately, ASCC's Decorative Concrete Council has elected Karen Keyes of Denver-based Art of Concrete, as director; Jeff Eiswerth of Cleveland-based H&C Decorative Concrete Products, as secretary. The Missouri University of Science and Technology will host the annual Mis- souri Concrete Conference, May 6-7 at the Havener Center on the Rolla campus. Conference registration is $160 per person. Organizers have scheduled presen- tations in pavement, construction, ready mixed concrete, plus buildings and struc- tures categories. Speakers will cover such topics as: subdivision street pavement Chris Forster McInnis' Bronx terminal, the first private dock built in New York City in over 50 years, is operational. McInnis is now servicing customers from 10 locations in Canada and the US. McInnis cement arrives in the Bronx 850 Canal Street, 3rd Floor Stamford, CT 06902 1-888-MCINNIS (1-888-624-6647) mcinniscement.com Map Key Plant Water Terminal Land Terminal Bedford Bedford Bangor Devens Jersey City

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