Concrete Products

JAN 2018

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. 71 NO. 1 Contents JANUARY 2018 Concrete ® products DEPARTMENTS 4 EDITORIAL Justice action in Vulcan-Aggregates deal serves as reminder of antitrust (Law flaws) • Road Builders: State, local dollars underpin 2018 transportation market bump • Water, wastewater system report tracks private operator emergence • Permeable pavement performs for transportation-wise lawmaker • Yes Virginia: Sound policies equate to top Merit Shop score • Construction-driven IT specialist projects "year of digital disruption" • HPC mix designs heed laser tunnel aluminum, magnesium, silica sensitivity • Prefabricated elements top commercial contractors' productivity catalysts • Insulating concrete forms rise to U.S.-record height at New York site • CMC looks past coiled product pitfalls, extends spooled rebar capacity • ICON Expo 2018: Equipment, Knowledge Garden, Selling Conference • Brick stacks up well against veneer stone, fiber cement in home exterior study • Rosetta Hardscapes recognizes licensees' project vision, execution • Concreate, Corian, Cosentino demonstrate the graying of hard surfaces • Reinforcing fibers: What's new from ABC Polymers, BASF, Euclid, Fabpro, Fibermesh, Forta, GCP and Solomon • Volumetric mixers: What's new from Bay- lynx, Cemen Tech, ProAll and Zimmerman • GCP Applied Technologies' Tytro RC nano- silica rheology modifier • New Technology Solutions' CoolCure nano- silica admixture Eight pages of 2018 World of Concrete equipment & product introductions Concrete Cloth specialist sews up drainage channel solution 18 NEWS SCOPE 70 INNOVATIONS 84 FINAL FORM January 2018 • 3 8 GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 50 INNOVATIONS REPORTS COVER STORY, P. 26 VOLUMETRIC MIXERS, P. 62 NANO-SILICAS, P. 66,68 WORLD OF CONCRETE SHOWCASE, P. 70 Panelizing horizontal forms for multistory projects lands ICF Panels a contract for the tallest insulat- ing concrete form-built structure in the U.S.: the 16-story 42 Broad, Westchester County, N.Y. PHOTOS: ICF Panels, Voorheesville, N.Y., ICF Panels Zimmerman's Zim-Mixer 38 BRIEFS

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