Concrete Products

MAR 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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38 • March 2018 www.concreteproducts.com BRIEFS ORGANIZATIONS PAVEMENT GROUP ADDS KEY AFFILIATE The American Concrete Pavement Association has announced affiliation of the Florida Chapter–ACPA, expanding the Rosemont, Ill., group's network to 21 regional and local associations. Backed by ACPA National's technical, advocacy and promotional resources, Florida and other affiliated chapters support local agencies, project owners and other customers in states, provinces and regions throughout the United States and Canada. Florida Chapter–ACPA is organized under the Florida Concrete & Products Associ- ation and will represent both the national association and FC&PA in customer-facing matters related to concrete pavement technology transfer, technical service, advocacy and promotion. "Florida is vital to the growing use of concrete pavements throughout the United States," says 2018 ACPA Chairman Chuck Niederriter (Golden Triangle Construction). "We are honored to have this well-established organization as part of the ACPA network, and strongly believe the entire network will benefit from this affiliation." "This provides us an excellent opportunity to deliver education and training, as well as to avail the many strengths and resources of ACPA to the owners, contractors, engineers, and others respon- sible for the infrastructure in Florida," adds FC&PA Vice Presi- dent Matt Sitter, who will serve as Chapter senior executive and lead concrete pavement market and membership development efforts, plus technology transfer initiatives. The Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute has appointed R. Jon Grafton, a certified professional engineer, as director of Operations Services, where he will serve as Business Performance Council staff liaison and contribute to productivity, erector, and safety efforts. He joins PCI with more than 30 years' experience in precast, prestressed concrete, most recently with Oldcastle Precast. As manager of Business Development, he pursued design-build projects using precast/prestressed concrete, and helped develop new products that could be marketed through the company's 90+ plants across the United States and Canada. Prior to Oldcastle Precast, Grafton served as president, general manager and plant manager of Cal- ifornia-based PCI member Pomeroy Corp., responsible for safety, quality control, estimating, engineering, business development and production operations. He has been a member of the PCI Board and several committees, most recently serving as Transportation Activities Council chair. Jon Grafton B F K C O N C R E T E R E C L A I M E R S Toll-Free (US): 888-235-8235 | Tel: (920) 894-1113 | Email: sales@bŅtech.com They Simply Work!™ Check out "The BFK Difference" at BFKTECH.COM So simple you can install, operate and maintain it yourself without the need of a factory technician! BFK harnesses the power of Gravity to tumble the rock downhill, out of the mix, before the sand is rinsed and dewatered, all in one compact machine. Since 1997 Concrete Reclaimers Washout Systems Water Handling & Treatment Flocculants & Flocc Feeders Filter Presses Custom Design & Layout

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