Bid-rigging contractor discovers law federal agencies choose to enforce

By Don Marsh In an age of opponent cancellation and selective federal, state or local law enforcement, a U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) plea agreement with an employee of a contractor performing concrete work for Minnesota municipalities offers two takeaways. First, despite Herculean efforts, the current White House has some unfinished business in its quest to erase all things Donald…

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ACI marks a century of architectural concrete pioneer Earley’s work

Source: American Concrete Institute, Farmington Hills, Mich.

Sessions at the ACI Fall 2014 Convention, October 26-30, in Washington D.C., will highlight the legacy and distinctive work of John J. Earley, who was Institute’s first contractor president in 1938 and served on the Architectural Concrete of the Exposed Aggregate Type Committee during his 28 years of membership.

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