Archive for March, 2012
Check out the 2012 Artistry in Decorative Concrete presenters and learn how each artist uses concrete and what they did at the Artistry Demos at World of Concrete 2012.
New consolidation tools address current concrete design and construction practices.
Crew uses epoxy to rejuvenate damaged concrete floor for this Toronto-based food supplier.
Hear from Tanya Komas, director of the CIM program at CSU Chico, and Bryan James, a student with the program about a summer internship where students worked on the restoration of Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay.
At the World of Concrete in January, the International Grooving & Grinding Association presented the results of research on what they are calling the Next Generation Concrete Surface.
London architect David Chipperfield designed the new and improved St. Louis Art Museum by looking at concrete as a form of art and creating a new art piece almost entirely out of concrete.
Fifth graders learn all about making cement, rocks, and water into
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Ryerson University won the Greater Northern Concrete Toboggan Race and a prize for building the most sustainable concrete toboggan.
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|The Fifth North American Conference on the Design and Use of Self-Consolidating Concrete (SCC) will be held in Chicago, US, May 13-15, 2013.|
|A new section of the ASTM International website collects ASTM nuclear-related work in a single source.|
|Researchers at the University of Washington’s College of Built Environment’s Carbon Leadership Forum developed standards to track and report the environmental footprint of concrete.|