NRMCA Launches Interactive Website “Pave Ahead”
  NRMCA Launches Interactive Website “Pave Ahead” Website will serve to educate and assist industry, policy makers and other paving stakeholders Silver Spring, MD – The National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA) announced the launch of Pave Ahead, an educational campaign and website designed to assist the industry, policy makers and other stakeholders when making decisions...
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BREAKING NEWS: NEW SILICA RULE ENFORCEMENT POSTPONED THREE MONTHS
OSHA said today it is delaying its enforcement of the crystalline silica standard that applies to the construction industry to conduct additional outreach and provide educational materials and guidance for employers. The agency has determined that additional guidance is necessary due to the unique nature of the requirements in the construction standard. Originally scheduled to...
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Choices in Cement Products for Sustainability
CRMCA Guest Blog by Joe Diedrich – Technical Services Manager – CEMEX Considering all of the improvements in terms of environmental impact, energy conservation, and also health and safety performance, the US cement industry has an impressive track record. Owners, designers, and engineers are striving to satisfy the call for more environmentally friendly products and...
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Learning In Action at the Pervious Concrete Certification Class
On March 15th CRMCA conducted an NRMCA Pervious Concrete Certification Class in the metro area of Wilmington, NC.  This class offers the opportunity for Contractors to become a Certified Pervious Technician.  Attendees included contractors from 5 different companies representing both North Carolina and South Carolina.  Several of the Contractors had considerable experience in Pervious Concrete...
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DESIGN ASSISTANCE PROGRAM WORKS TO PERFECTION
In mid-October of 2016, an engineer attended a CRMCA sponsored seminar on concrete parking lot design in the Wilmington, North Carolina area. The engineer was serving as the General Contractor for a new Harris Teeter Fuel Center in Leland, North Carolina. Because of the seminar, the engineer realized the pavement design he had been provided...
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