Concrete Products

APR 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. 4 Contents APRIL 2019 Concrete ® products DEPARTMENTS 4 EDITORIAL • Survey measures deepening embrace of public-private partnerships • HUD Secretary Carson on board with P3 projects, 3D-printed concrete • Rat balloon feeds Laborers' inflated view of free speech on public land • Employee immigration status second to injury in OSHA investigation • EPA taps public, private channel toward Water Reuse Action Plan • Transportation Research Board pens Interstate Renewal Plan • Rinker builds on tiny home trend with 'Pipe Dream' concept • 3D concrete printer nears commercialization via Texas housing plan • Industrial engineers craft first plant-ready 3D concrete printer • Shielding concrete: First line of defense against electromagnetic pulse • Sustained workforce imbalances evident in commercial project index • GCP answers investor with stockholder rights plan • Charah sites slag grinding mill at Houston terminal • Norway ushers world's tallest wood building • Precast form magnets from Nox-Crete • Truck-mounted cranes from QMC, Hiab, Manitex • Kingspan Insulation's K20 Kooltherm board • Workmaster/Airmatic Motoscreed A Seattle hotel with concrete requisites and rooms with a rockin' view 18 NEWS SCOPE 60 FINAL FORM April 2019 • 3 6 GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 43 INNOVATIONS REPORT COVER, P. 50 3D PRINTING, P. 20 PCI CHAIRMAN, P. 38 Stubbe's Precast builds product variety and energy efficiency into its new Ontario headquarters. Keith Wallis, Jr. PHOTOS: Stubbe's Precast Commercial 33 BRIEFS 53 INNOVATIONS

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