Concrete Matters

Concrete, the world’s most widely used building material, is inexpensive, readily available, versatile, and strong. However, it is also a hard sponge and vulnerable...

From Flintstone To Finesse

Part 1: Selecting The Right Crusher For An Operation Crushing rock is an age-old idea. Look at the childhood favorite cartoon, “The Flintstones,” and you’ll...
innovation

Innovations in Fine-Aggregate Exposed Concrete

Wet-play spaces like these at the Tandy Family YMCA, in Tulsa benefit from Bomanite’s Sandscape, which can be combined with a Revealed treatment to...

Keeping Power Aligned

A good starting point for ensuring you have the power you need to keep things moving on the jobsite is to choose a generator...

Induction Heating Technology

Induction heating technology in structural steel welding was among the latest construction industry advancements used in the high-profile expansion at Lambeau Field, home of...
Shotcrete Use in Underground Construction

Using Waterproofing to Boost Shotcrete Use in Underground Construction

Since the mid-2000s, shotcrete usage in underground construction has soared because contractors can install it more quickly and efficiently than traditional cast-in-place concrete systems....
cement industry

The cement industry has historically been a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, but there is an opportunity today to significantly reduce emissions through...

Selecting a Wheel Loader

Five ways to evaluate your next purchase Selecting the right wheel loader for general construction and site preparation hinges on pairing its capabilities to these...

Rehabbing Aging Concrete Wastewater Infrastructure

Municipal wastewater treatment facilities, sewers, and vaults endure some of the most severe and corrosive environments in the water industry and must pass increasing...

One Coat Application

Many industrial facilities, such as petrochemical plants, must remain safely, efficiently operational with virtually no downtime, unplanned maintenance, or replacement for decades. To protect...