This month we are pleased to feature A.C. Miller Concrete Products Inc. as part of our Meet a Precaster blog series. Answers […]
By Brent Dezember | Chairman, National Precast Concrete Association If you live west of the Mississippi […]
This month we are pleased to feature Flemington Precast & Supply as part of our Meet a Precaster blog series. Answers were provided […]
This month we are pleased to feature Eull’s Manufacturing as part of our Meet a Precaster blog series. Answers were provided by Joseph […]
By Claude Goguen, P.E., LEED AP In precast concrete, we make big, heavy structures. We tend […]
In a previous blog post, we outlined the many reasons why The Precast Show 2014 app, […]
A friend of mine recently sent me this little photo parable as a comment, I suppose, […]
Barcode technology in the precast industry works just like it does in retail stores: A scanner reads a barcode label attached to a cured concrete product, which then accesses a computer database for information. It is an easy and cost-effective way to implement product and data tracking into your everyday inventory.
RFID tag and barcode technology is becoming mainstream – and may soon be required by specifiers.
As emerging technologies in concrete construction march relentlessly forward and new product and safety standards follow closely behind, precasters can benefit from information available from NPCA’s website to maintain a competitive edge.
Rice husk ash technology will sharpen concrete’s environmental edge.
This article presents some of the most promising precast concrete technologies for building a more durable and environmentally friendly infrastructure.