MANUFACTURERS – SEPTEMBER 2020

Germany’s Topwerk Group, the umbrella organization over Hess, Prinzing-Pfeiffer and SR-Schindler concrete masonry, pipe and dry or wet cast product machinery, has relocated the Topwerk America Ltd. headquarters to Houston from Burlington, Ontario, and appointed Chad Rathke as president and chief executive officer, as well as SR-Schindler regional sales director. Gudrun Hess will continue as president of newly named Topwerk…

Read More

Salt River poised to add 250K tons to Intermountain Class F ash supply chain

Sources: Salt River Materials Group, Phoenix; CP staff

Salt River Materials Group (SRMG) and electricity operator PacifiCorp have entered a Fly Ash Marketing Agreement covering Rocky Mountain Power’s Huntington plant in Utah, located about 150 miles southeast of Salt Lake City. It provides exclusive rights to process and market the facility’s ASTM C618 Class F fly ash, and becomes the ninth such agreement in an SRMG management and marketing portfolio spanning Utah, Arizona and New Mexico coal-fired generating stations. 

Read More

Salt River increases blending capacity for performance Class F ash substitute

Sources: Salt River Materials Group, Phoenix; CP staff

Salt River Materials Group has built a powder blending facility and expanded loadout capabilities at its Tucscon Terminal, responding to energy market forces hampering consistent supply of high quality fly ash for Arizona concrete customers. Located within the Tucson Electric Power Sundt Generating Station, the new operation blends ash from multiple sources plus a Type N natural pozzolan for a finished powder meeting ASTM C1697, Standard Specification for Blended Supplementary Cementitious Materials requirements. The material is dubbed “Tucson Pozzolan” and expands supply of a performance Class F fly ash substitute. 

Read More

ORGANIZATIONS – SEPTEMBER 2018

IMAGE
Read More

ORGANIZATIONS – OCTOBER 2017

IMAGE

Convening in Chicago for its Fall Congress, Portland Cement Association announced recipients of the 2017 John P. Gleason, Jr., Leadership Awards. Named for PCA’s president from 1986–2007, they honor individuals in three categories who have exhibited leadership in association activities tied to member company objectives and operations:

Read More

Salt River Materials leverages Class C feed to boost Class F ash output

Sources: Salt River Materials Group, Scottsdale, Ariz.; CP staff

Responding to electric power generation market forces affecting cementitious materials availability across the concrete industry, Salt River Materials Group (SRMG) has begun shipping an ASTM C618-grade Class F fly ash from its 19th Avenue Terminal near downtown Phoenix. The material raises the company’s net Class F fly ash output and stems from new blending systems installed as part of an upgrade at the terminal—one of five SRMG powder distribution facilities serving Phoenix market ready mixed and precast concrete producers.

Read More

Salt River Materials reaches upper Intermountain region with sixth fly ash contract

Sources: Salt River Materials Group, Scottsdale, Ariz.; CP staff

Salt Lake City-based Deseret Power Electric Cooperative, a vertically integrated, non‐profit corporation owned by six rural utility members, has awarded Salt River Materials Group (SRMG) the fly ash marketing agreement for its Bonanza Power Plant, south of Vernal, Utah. Effective this month, the long-term contract provides SRMG with exclusive rights to the station’s ASTM C‐618 Class F product.

Read More