Concrete Mode turns empty cement bags into useful items like iPad cases, messenger bags, pencil cases and more.
The industry needs to do a better job of promoting its contributions to sustainable construction practices.
After years of delay in the White House's Office of Management and Budget, the construction industry will likely see OSHA's plans for silica dust exposure very soon
Tracking government rules and regulations isn’t always easy; a few regulation changes to keep on your radar
Any jobsite safety program should be focused on getting workers home at night.
The four most common fatal, on-the-job accidents in the construction industry in 2011 were falls, electrocutions, struck-by-object, and caught-in/between.
A roundup of gift ideas for the contractor on your list.
The VOW To Hire Heroes Act offers businesses that employ out-of-work veterans up to $9,600 in tax credits
The Zoo Interchange will increase safety and efficiency along 9 miles of Interstate 94 and the vicinity.
Contractors who put political bumper stickers on their company vehicles run the risk of losing customers.
"The Indie" is sponsored by Independent We Stand, which educates consumers on the benefits of buying goods and services from independent, local businesses.
The 2012 World of Concrete was my sixth visit to the concrete industry's largest gathering of contractors, equipment and product manufacturers, and industry experts and educators. There is a lot to soak up at the show — new products, manufacturer news...
Technology on pavements could recharge electric cars, de-ice bridges.
Find out which equipment the readers of Concrete Contractor and Equipment Today magazines can't live without.