Concrete Products

AUG 2015

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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Page 22 of 59 August 2015 • 21 BRIEFS ORGANIZATIONS Volunteer members of the American Society of Concrete Contractors' Decorative Concrete Council traveled to the Rocky Mountains to place and finish a decorative concrete slab for the Ken Caryl Veterans Mon- ument, outside Denver. The monument is being built to commemorate veterans as well as those on active duty and in the reserves in all U.S. Armed Forces branches. Chris Sullivan of ChemSystems, Inc., Littleton, Colo., was the proj- ect manager for the concrete installation. He worked with local com- munity leaders to plan a simple representation of decorative concrete. Local ASCC and DCC members donated the equivalent of $50,000-plus in time, labor and materials. Volunteers formed and placed 1,000 square feet of textured concrete and colored exposed bands. The fin- ish is a combination of a light tan colored concrete with two slightly darker bands running through the slab in a "cross" design. Companies supplying tools, materials and services include Aggre- gate Industries, Cemex, ChemSystems Inc., Clemons Concrete Coat- ings, CNA, Colorado Hardscapes,, Concrete Equipment & Supply, Diamatic USA, H&C Decorative Concrete Prod- ucts, Lakebrink's Custom Concrete, McClure Concrete, McMahon Con- tracting, L.P., Peterson Group, Pritchard Concrete, Putzmeister Amer- ica, Sika Greenstreak, Somero, Southwest Concrete Pumping, Sticks & Stones Supply, Toddrose Decorative Concrete, Wagman Metals, and Western Hardscapes. DCC befits Colorado Veterans Monument E-mail: Liebherr Concrete Technology Toll Free: (866) 879-6312 Concrete Reclaimers Mixing Systems Mobile Twin Shaft Mixer Mobilmix 0.5

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