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Habitat for Humanity Northern Utah

Habitat for Humanity No. Utah Builds 1st ICF Home

Habitat for Humanity Northern Utah, Utah , Geneva Rock, Altaview Concrete, Jack B. Parson , ICF Manufacturers Association, American Concrete Pumping Association (ACPA), and National Ready Mixed Concrete Association, are all working together to deliver a sustainable and resilient concrete home for a ...

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Why Massachusetts Should Build With Safe Building Materials

In this episode, Gregg sits down with Senator Paul Feeney & Representative Dan Donahue of the Massachusetts State Legislature. They discussed H.2449 and S.1589 — An Act Relative to Safe Building Materials which would strengthen the building code & promote the use of non-combustible materials...

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Concrete Credentials Featuring Jennifer Mitchell

Concrete Credentials: Why Perspective Matters in Concrete

Concrete Credentials episode, Why Perspective Matters in Concrete, featuring Jennifer Mitchell, Sr. Manager, Design+Build at LinkedIn with NRMCA Executive Vice President Gregg Lewis, AIA, LEED AP. "The future for the concrete and construction industries is a much more sustainable one..."...

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Why Concrete’s Future Looks Green

Concrete Credentials presents a conversation with Jamie Gentoso, CEO-- US Cement at LafargeHolcim and NRMCA Executive Vice President Gregg Lewis, AIA, LEED AP on how the concrete industry is working towards a greener future....

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Concrete Credentials, a new podcast hosted by NRMCA Executive Vice President Gregg Lewis, AIA, LEED AP

Concrete Credentials: Why We Pave With Concrete

All aspects of pavement engineering, including the applications and use of ready-mixed concrete for streets, local roads and parking areas, including conventional concrete, concrete overlays, roller compacted concrete, and pervious concrete....

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Concrete Construction

Concrete Innovations

Concrete is the most widely used building product in the world. New innovative concrete products and manufacturing methods include self-cleaning, bendable, cementless and self-consolidating concrete. ...

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Streets in Shoreview, Minnesota, have been repaved with permeable pavement. Typically used to manage stormwater runoff, permeable pavement is proving to be a useful technique for eliminating the use of road salt. (Courtesy City of Shoreview)

Road Salt is Cheap to Purchase, But Hidden Costs Abound

Road salt is cheap to purchase, but communities often pay a big price down the road. Once chloride-based road salt gets into the water table, lakes and streams, it cannot be removed. It is also toxic to fish and other animals and is corrosive to cars and infrastructure. ...

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Pervious Concrete Helps Check Global Warming

Pervious Concrete Can Help Check Global Warming & Help Recharge Groundwater

Questions or concerns about 𝗽𝗲𝗿𝘃𝗶𝗼𝘂𝘀 𝗰𝗼𝗻𝗰𝗿𝗲𝘁𝗲? Some of the points to consider: • Pervious concrete can help check global warming • Pervious concrete can help reduce ambient temperatures around • Can recharge groundwater • Cheaper than conventional concrete ...

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Pervious concrete used in agricultural structure

Pervious Gravel Paving Part of Award-Winning Agricultural Design

The agricultural equipment storage structure is completely self-sufficient. Innovative materials were used – “including 𝗽𝗲𝗿𝘃𝗶𝗼𝘂𝘀 𝗴𝗿𝗮𝘃𝗲𝗹 𝗽𝗮𝘃𝗶𝗻𝗴 for all open vehicle storage bays and livestock pens, maximizing the amount of rainwater that is filtered back through the the soil... ...

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