Concrete Products

SEP 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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C O N C R E T E P R O D U C T S . C O M VOL. 118 NO. 9 Contents SEPTEMBER 2015 Concrete ® products DEPARTMENTS 4 EDITORIAL • Mixer truck regulations could ignite unintended carbon consequences • Industry assesses fly ash designation measures, EPA Clean Power Plan • Concrete Contractors revise Safety Manual, Management Plan • OSHA revisits illness, injury recordkeeping requirements • Historic weather impacts a blip on Martin Marietta, Vulcan Materials radar • TXI assets CalPortland-bound •Index shows nonresidential market strength •Builder confidence • Quality Concrete expands Atlantic Canada footprint in Lafarge agreement • Summit + Legrand Johnson • 'Spent' prestressed poles live on to anglers and marine species' delight • Construction life cycle assessment pioneer retools Buildings, Pavement programs • Bayshore Concrete, Coastal Precast ship near-record scale members instrumental in New NY Bridge scheduling, economy and site safety plan • Molin Concrete Products envisions high quality, consistency and timely delivery as it dedicates unique, highly automated precast panel plant • Finfrock breaks in DualDeck system with $30 million Hyatt House project • ThyssenKrupp's elevator testing tower joins German skyline 12 NEWS SCOPE 20 BRIEFS 56 FINAL FORM September 2015 • 3 6 GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 46 INNOVATIONS COVER STORY, P. 34 AUTOMATING MOLIN, P. 38 In the second of a two-part report on the New NY Bridge, Bayshore Concrete Products deploys a 600-ton workhorse for transfer of 320- to 490-ton pier cap tubs bound for a massive Hudson River jobsite north of New York City. PHOTOS: Owen Blevins (cover); Concrete Products (above) 32 FEATURES 53 MARKETPLACE CLASSIFIEDS FINFROCK, P. 42

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