A powdery substance made with calcined lime and clay. It is mixed with water to form mortar or mixed with sand, gravel, and water to make concrete.
A couple of years ago, we gave a heads up to Caterpillar’s high school internship program, which was established in partnership with a local community college and the North Carolina Department of Labor’s Career and College Promise Program. What caught our eye was that the program reached down into a
Geosynthetics often play a starring role in a variety of applications: drainage, cellular confinement systems, green roofs, pond liners, covers for closed and capped landfills, and reinforcement for retaining walls, among others.
IN MID-OCTOBER 2017, Jay Selby turned on the TV news to see what he knew to be a “really detrimental” fire.
“If you’ve worked in this industry long enough, you know you’re going to be involved,” says Selby, president of Selby’s Soil Erosion Control Co. in Newcastle, CA. “There were a
February 1, 2018 – Dallas, Texas – World of Concrete 2018 exceeded expectations across the board, and concluded the 43rd edition as the largest World of Concrete in 9 years. This signature event for the concrete & masonry industries drew 58,222 registered professionals, and featured more than 1,567 companies (including
Some of the earliest roads were built around 4,000 BC in Mesopotamia and were made of stone. The Romans made astounding technological advances in roadbuilding, using multiple layers of materials on top of crushed stone to allow for water drainage. Another breakthrough came in the early 19th century when a Scottish engineer laid
Public agencies in California’s Los Angeles basin have been stepping up their game to limit what enters the street stormwater system to nothing more than water. This includes deployment of full- and partial-protection devices installed within curb inlets, catch basins, and the adjacent stormwater infrastructure to screen incoming water flow