Concrete Products

JUN 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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34 FEATURE C O N C R E T E P R O D U C T S . C O M VOL. 72 NO. 6 Contents JUNE 2019 Concrete ® products DEPARTMENTS 4 EDITORIAL Eagle Materials takes page out of Trinity Industries, W.R. Grace and HeidelbergCement playbooks. • Federal agencies increase their hand in water infrastructure • Operator marks Infrastructure Week with $555M commitment • Charah deepens New England fly ash stock • Survey finds best practices net contractors nearly seven-fold safety gain • New digital tools steer LafargeHolcim customer experience • Oldcastle APG integrates drainage function in stone veneer panels • Eldorado corrals color options for Vintage Ranch barn wood series • Keystone looks at SRW units from three sides now • Mason Contractors stack recruitment points 10 high • Hardscape North America management adds pavilion, opens registration • Finfrock slab/truss system keeps scores more student housing • Report qualifies life cycle aspect of robust construction methods Contributor Rick Yelton reflects on key takeaways from bauma 2019. • Pathfinder Systems unveils battery-operated rack crawler for Tiger machine production lines. • Besser Co. completes Servopac series with the Premier, the first big board machine designed, engineered and manufactured this side of the Atlantic. • Against bauma 2019 backdrop, Elematic shows fifth generation E9 Extruder for hollow core or conventional floor and wall plank or slabs. Eastern Concrete, Stony Creek leave mark on Statue of Liberty Museum 8 NEWS SCOPE 52 FINAL FORM www.concreteproducts.com June 2019 • 3 8 GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 37 INNOVATIONS REPORT COVER, P. 31 NCMA CHAIRMAN, P. 30 BESSER BIG BOARD, P. 38 After educating project engineers and the Missouri Department of Mental Health on concrete mason- ry walls' life cycle prospects, versatility and performance in the face of extreme wind loads, Midwest Block and Brick delivered 1 million-plus CMU for the Fulton State Hospital. PHOTOS: Missouri Department of Mental Health Darryl Winegar BATTERY-POWERED CRAWLER, P. 37 25 BRIEFS 34 FEATURE 42 INNOVATIONS

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