NC & SC Legislative Updates – Feb. 2019
NC Update: The General Assembly returned to Raleigh in late January to begin the 2019 long session. Although Republicans lost the super majority, they maintained the overall majority in the legislature. Nevertheless, the loss of a veto-proof Republican majority will result in a different dynamic than last year’s session.  As expected, many Republican legislators disagree...
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CRMCA Newsletter – December 2018
Check out all the happenings at the CRMCA with our December Newsletter.  Enjoy 2018 At A Glance, Industry Updates, Technical Tips and More!   2018 has indeed been a busy year for CRMCA.  Membership grew with three new producer members and fourteen new associate members!   We completed 18 Design Assistance Projects with the support of members like...
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FAQ’s for Insulated Concrete Forms
Ever receive a question about Insulated Concrete Forms and just did not know how to answer it? Lionel Lemay, PE, Executive Vice President, Structures and Sustainability at NRMCA has provided answers to these common questions so you are better equipped for conversations with your customers and specifiers. 1. What are the key benefits of ICFs? a....
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CRMCA Newsletter – June 2018
Check out all the happenings at the CRMCA with our June Newsletter.  Enjoy a Summer Convention Preview, Industry Updates, Technical Tips, Mixer Driver Rodeo Recap...
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Guest Post: We Need to Rethink the BUSINESS of Student Housing
We Need to Rethink the BUSINESS of Student Housing By: Derek A. Hodgin, PE, RBEC, CCCA President Construction Science and Engineering, Inc. Many college students are currently living in recently constructed mid-rise wood frame buildings that are intended to meet minimum building code requirements, to be reasonably safe and durable. The mid-rise wood-frame student housing...
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