Gruesome Experiment Shows The Deadly Reality Of Falling Objects On Job Sites You’ve heard it time and time again – to wear safety gear – and hopefully you’re already implementing the best safety practices on job sites including wearing hardhats. For a friendly and somewhat gruesome reminder, the people at Black & Veatch conducted a little experiment using watermelons to show just how brutal receiving a blow to the head...
An experienced core drilling operator knows in an instance what this picture means. To loosen a stuck drill bit from the motor, there is often only one way to do it and it involves a mallet and two wrenches. However, a new thread design may change all that.
An entertaining keynote presentation featuring a popular construction material—Lego—gave business owners unique insight into problem-solving and decision-making as CSDA held its 45th Annual Convention & Tech Fair in the beautiful Caribbean.
The 4th Annual Concrete Openings Awards ceremony was held during January’s World of Concrete international trade show and exhibition at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The awards recognize some of the most innovative and challenging projects completed by CSDA contractors in 2016.
For those who attended this year’s World of Concrete (WOC) in Las Vegas, there was no substitute for what this trade show and exposition offered them.
Many advances have taken place in the three decades since diamond chains became commercially available for cutting concrete. Diamonds, saws and the chains themselves have all evolved significantly along with the best practices for this discipline.