H20 – What’s the Magic Number?
Jul05

H20 – What’s the Magic Number?

Sixteen glasses a day. Eight cups a day. Forty percent of your body weight in ounces. Drink when you’re thirsty. Drink when you’re hungry. Drink when you’re sweating. Don’t drink coffee or soda. Don’t drink tap water. Don’t drink bottled water. Don’t drink carbonated water. Does anyone else feel like there is no right way to drink the right amount and right kind of water? How much is enough? How much is too much? With summer quickly...

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Concrete in Paradise: CSDA Says Mahalo to Hawaii Attendees
Jul05

Concrete in Paradise: CSDA Says Mahalo to Hawaii Attendees

Thanks to all those who were able to attend CSDA’s 2018 Convention and Tech Fair earlier this year at the beautiful Grand Wailea Resort in Maui! We had such an enthusiastic crowd of industry professionals join in on the Aloha spirit and festivities, including an impressive number of new members too! We are thrilled that our Hawaiian event was attended by such a large number of attendees this year! It was the largest group to come...

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Night Cutters
Jul03

Night Cutters

Slicing Seven Miles of Concrete in the Middle of Oncoming Traffic – The Dallas North Tollway connects motorists between downtown Dallas and cities in Collin, Denton and northern Dallas counties. It is a 32-mile, six-lane, limited access expressway passing through and along . . .

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Women in Concrete
Jul03

Women in Concrete

A Historic Renovation 100 Years in the Making – The 1909 masonry two-story Pitt Carriage Factory Building is located in the East Des Moines Industrial Historic District and has a unique and admirable history. The location donned the first woman-owned carriage works factory in the U.S. in 1910, ten years before women even had the right to vote . . .

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3 Million Pounds
Jul03

3 Million Pounds

Drilling & Sawing Company Tackles Massive Tower in Decatur – Decatur Morgan Hospital was scheduled to have the top three floors of its south tower removed in late 2016 to eliminate excess space and lower utility and maintenance costs. It was determined that the project, which would last over a year, would benefit greatly with the selection of concrete cutting services because they offered a less invasive . . .

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