Concrete Contractor cuts through the mass of information and delivers only the best, most practical and newsworthy material to the concrete contractor. In each issue, readers benefit from information on concrete equipment, current technology, job-site solutions, tips on staying competitive, finance, insurance and a host of other hard-hitting material.
Tilt-up has long been favored for its cost effectiveness in the construction of manufacturing plants, but more owners are realizing that this construction method also can deliver an aesthetically pleasing image for their companies.
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Preserving the Prado
How do you add an underground expansion to a building without causing major damage to the existing structure? This is one of the major challenges contractors have faced while building a 172,000-square-foot...
Decorative concrete training can increase your bottom line by teaching you proper techniques and new developments.
A major restoration project gave Brainerd International Raceway one of the flattest — and fastest — drag strips in the country.
Engraving systems use versatile cutting machines to turn drab slabs into works of art.