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06 Mar 2019

Webinar to demo software that ID’s flooring issues while concrete is workable

A webinar demonstration tomorrow (March 7, 1 PM EST) can give attendees a free trial of floor flatness and levelness (FFL) analysis software. ClearEdge3D and Rithm are introducing Rithm for Autodesk Navisworks QA. Rithm for Navisworks (RFN) improves ASTM E1155 reporting. One feature of the product is designed to deduce rework

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06 Mar 2019

Makita rebar tying tool goes cordless

Makita has delivered a cordless tying solution for rebar and steel rod with the 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Rebar Tying Tool Kit (model XRT01TK). The 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Rebar Tying Tool has a tying capacity of up to 5,300 ties of #3 x #3 diameter rebar on

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04 Mar 2019

Lura Stryker Roller Screed offers versatility

When it comes to flat concrete, Lura Enterprises spokesmen say that no job or pour is “too big, too small or too challenging” for the Lura Stryker Roller Screed from Lura Enterprises Inc. From jobsite to jobsite, versatility is key to an effective piece of equipment – and they said

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15 Feb 2019

March 13 course certifies for OSHA crane operators

The Concrete Foundations Association (CFA) has partnered with Cranes 101 and Irving Equipment to offer a 3-day crane certification event on March 13-15, 2019. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires employers in the construction industries to comply with a requirement for crane operator certification. Employers that invest in

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01 Feb 2019

Dewalt Introduces 60V MAX In-Line Stud & Joist Drill

Dewalt introduces the 60V MAX* In-Line Stud & Joist Drill with E-Clutch System (DCD470) at the 2018 Specialty Tools and Fasteners Distributors Association (STAFDA) Convention in Phoenix, Arizona. Part of the growing line of FlexVolt Tools, Batteries, and Accessories, the brushless 60V MAX* In-Line Stud & Joist Drill offers powerful,

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30 Jan 2019

ACI announces winners of pervious concrete cylinder competition

The American Concrete Institute announced the winners of its 2018 Pervious Concrete Cylinder Student Competition. The competition took place at the Concrete Convention and Exposition in Las Vegas. The first, second, and third place in the Cylinder Performance, and Cementitious Efficiency categories each receive cash awards of $750, $500, and

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