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1. Chris Sullivan
 

Trowel & Error

ChemSystems Inc.

trowelanderror@protradepub.com.

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2. What Caused this Microtopping to Discolor?

These questions came from a couple who were building a new home and wanted polished concrete floors. The main floor is slab on grade, while the second level is slab on an engineered raised subfloor. There were issues during the concrete finishing, which eliminated polishing as an option.These questions came from a couple who were building a new home and wanted polished concrete floors. The main floor is slab on grade, while the second level is slab on an engineered raised subfloor. There were issues during the concrete finishing, which eliminated polishing as an option.

By Chris Sullivan
3. Polishing Concrete: The Dyes Have It

You lose a lot of the color in the final grinding and polishing with stainsWhile dyes have experienced an increase in market share in the colored concrete industry over the past few years, it's not unreasonable to say they've enjoyed an unmitigated bull market within the polished concrete arena.

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4. Surface Preparation is the Critical First Step for All Concrete Jobs

Proper surface preparation is essential when applying coatings or overlays on concrete surfaces.There is no shortage of information, or opinion, when it comes to surface preparation for applying coatings or overlays. Read any technical data sheet for a topping or coating and it’s almost always the first thing discussed. Words like critical, must, essential and required are often found in the guidelines dealing with surface preparation.

By Chris Sullivan
5. Election of ASCC Officers 2018

Chris Forster, Largo Concrete, Tustin, CA, has been elected first vice president of the American Society of Concrete Contractors (ASCC), St. Louis, MO for 2018-2019. Bill Bramschreiber, Glendora, CA; Anthony DeCarlo, Cincinnati, OH; and Mario Garza, Southville, MI, were re-elected vice-presidents. Keith Wayne, Kannapolis, NC, was re-elected treasurer.  Aaron Gregory, Columbus, MS; Cory Lee, Kennesaw, GA; and Kevin Riley, Baltimore, MD were elected as directors and Bob Dalrymple, Cleveland, OH; Peter Emmons, Columbia, MD; Chris Klemeske, San Diego, CA; and Thomas Zinchiak, Woodbine, MD were re-elected directors. 

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6. How Important is Education to the Decorative Concrete Industry?

How Important is Education to Our Industry?Is training still relevant in the decorative concrete industry? Has the industry reached the maturity stage in its life cycle which directly impacts the desire or need to be trained? Or are we on a plateau, about to witness yet another surge of growth with new technologies and methods?

By Chris Sullivan
7. Match the Concrete Mix with the Right Equipment

Match the Mix with the Right EquipmentToo often mixing decorative overlays becomes an afterthought or path of least resistance process. This is the drill and paddle I have used for years, so it must be OK. Worse yet, and I am guilty of this, those of us on the training and manufacturing side default to whatever mixer is provided when we show up for a product demonstration.

By Chris Sullivan
8. Limestone-based Overlays are a Regional Phenomenon

Limestone Overlays Popular in Some Areas, Unknown in OthersI’ve always been curious why certain decorative systems and finishes take hold only in certain regions of the country, while others are universal in their appeal and demand. The answer lies somewhere between perception, demand and what the market is offering.

By Chris Sullivan
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10. ASCC to hold conference in Phoenix

The American Society of Concrete Contractors will hold its 16th annual conference Sept. 14-17 at the Arizona Grand Resort in Phoenix. Concrete contractors, manufacturers, designers and other industry professionals will gather for three days of educational events and networking.

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