SAI Global recently became the American Concrete Institute’s newest distributor of ACI-published content. Through its network of distributors, ACI content can be accessed digitally and on-demand by multiple employees at the same time, at multiple locations worldwide, and bundled with content from other publishers. Traditional printed content is available also.
Bostitch releases 20V Max* cordless nailers for framing and finishing applications that will operate off the brand’s 20V Max* Battery. The line of cordless nailers includes an 18 GA Brad Nailer, a 16 GA Straight Finish Nailer, a 15 GA FN Angled Finish Nailer, a 28° Wire Weld Framing Nailer,
Makita has expanded its line-up of best-in-class miter saws with the new 10-inch Dual Bevel Slide Compound Miter Saw with Laser (model LS1019L). The LS1019L delivers large cutting capacity and accuracy right out of the box, with a unique 2-Steel Rail Sliding System that offers a reduced footprint for operation
The World Cement Association announced that Turkey’s OYAK Cement Group has joined its fast-growing, international membership. The recently established Association now boasts a network of members and representatives that cover 26 countries. “We are delighted to welcome OYAK Cement to our worldwide cement community,” said Norman Greig, Secretary General of
Dewalt announced the Flexvolt 60V Max* 2.5 Gallon Cordless Air Compressor (DCC2560). This tool is in made in Jackson, Tennessee, with global materials and is part of the growing Flexvolt System from Dewalt. For the user who wants to leverage their existing pneumatic tools, the Flexvolt 60V Max* 2.5 Gallon
Leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council Standardization Organization recently entered into an agreement with the American Concrete Institute to cooperate towards a better understanding and use of concrete and cementitious materials in civil infrastructure. The agreement – signed in Doha, Qatar, by Ronald G. Burg, Executive Vice President of the
A two-year major in the opportunity-rich field of concrete science technology will be offered at Pennsylvania College of Technology — the only program of its kind on the East Coast — beginning in the fall 2018 semester. The new associate degree, to be available through the college’s School of Construction