The Canadian Concrete Expo CCE returns to Toronto for its fourth year

The only national trade show in Canada dedicated to the concrete, aggregates and construction industry, Stuart Galloway, President 20/20 Show Productions and his team are planning to make this the best year yet. With over 300,000 sq. ft. of show space available, the CCE tradeshow will be well spaced for the comfort of both the exhibitors and attendees. Over 300…

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Command Alkon’s COMMANDassurance Helps Gain Efficiencies in Your Ready Mix Loads

Lauren Concrete, located in Austin Texas, services the Central Texas region. They utilize COMMANDassurance to gain efficiency opportunities. They hosted a 3-month pilot with COMMANDassurance and quickly realized the value they were seeing in the product. Lauren Concrete has been able to trim time off of their loads by knowing exactly what the concrete properties are before their trucks arrive…

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Reducing the Carbon Footprint of the Built Environment

The world’s building stock is expected to double by 2060—that’s equivalent to building a new New York City every month! Given its strength, durability, and availability, concrete will be the most common construction material used in these new projects. This outlook is great news for concrete producers. However, with an increased focus on climate change by governments and industries around…

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Build stronger foundations with concrete cooling solutions from Airgas

Uncertain conditions can greatly impact even the best laid construction plans. Placement temperature is especially critical for pouring concrete in extremely hot weather conditions and fluctuations can cause production delays and concrete cracking. If you are struggling with the limitations of chilled water and ice, liquid nitrogen injection is the ideal alternative for handling demanding cooling requirements and pour temperature…

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The Concrete Opportunity in Big Tech Construction

How the tech industry’s sustainability agenda is driving demand for low-carbon concrete. [Sponsored Content] The American Institute of Architects (AIA) expects spending on non-residential buildings to decline in 2021. This is due to the decrease in demand for office and retail space and a delay in planned public sector projects. There is one exception, however: the technology industry. The events…

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