Concrete Products

JUL 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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July 2019 • 3 33 BRIEFS www.concreteproducts.com C O N C R E T E P R O D U C T S . C O M VOL. 72 NO. 7 Contents JULY 2019 Concrete ® products DEPARTMENTS 4 EDITORIAL Google sister company ignores data on combustible construction materials. Pierre Villere's monthly take on concrete, construction market drivers. • Top health hazards in construction: Dust, heat, material handling, noise • Apprenticeship proposal enlists associations, sidesteps construction • Texas panel weighs election scenarios, material groups' critical mass • Concrete masonry sales pace cement consumption • ACI app afford instant technician, inspector certification checks • Clark Pacific panel system optimizes envelope labor and material sourcing • Admixtures help graphene's gradual emergence • Drone-derived data, artificial intelligence rewrite concrete inspection Annual reference to industry manufacturers, suppliers and service providers. Complete guide to key equipment and material categories. In his Concrete Products debut column, Bulk Construction Materials Initiative co-founder Craig Yeack assesses EBITDA. • Scale-Tron founder discusses tools to measure free or aggregate surface moisture levels • Topcon Millimeter GPS equips concrete pavement contractors to build even better streets and highways An erosion control alternative to tetrapods and dolosse, Cubipod places in European Inventor Awards program. 20 NEWS SCOPE 49 BUYERS' GUIDE 100 FINAL FORM July 2019 • 3 6 THE STRATEGIST 91 TECHNOLOGY TRENDS COVER, P. 40 ACPA CHAIRMAN, P. 44 CLARK PACIFIC, P. 28 2019 BUYERS' GUIDE, P. 49-86 Admixtures • Batch Plants • Block & Paver • Coloring Agents and Pigments • Environmental Management • Pipe • Precast • Precast/Prestressed • Ready Mixed • Trucks & Components Wise to value-adding opportunities in slabs on grade, commercial concrete contractor Sinclair Con- struction Group premiers its Megaslab Jointless Concrete System on a 45,000-sq.-ft. Lawrenceville, Ga. warehouse—teaming with T&M Tilt-Up Inc. PHOTOS: Concrete Products (cover); Sinclair Construction Group (aerial) Jeffery Hite 8 GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 33 BRIEFS 92 INNOVATIONS REPORT 96 INNOVATIONS

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