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1. 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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2. The Art of Concrete, LLC Firm Announcement

A strong new specialized presence in architectural concrete enters Colorado’s design and construction community in the form of The Art of Concrete, LLC. Determined to realize edge-of-the-envelope decorative concrete designs, The Art of Concrete commits to working collaboratively with owners, designers, and contractors.

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3. Concrete Contractor Finds Ways to Balance Family Life and Work

Child walking in a park over impressions in the concrete made from stains.A concrete contractor discusses how to balance between being a contractor and family life.

By Karen Keyes
4. 5 Tips for Photographing Concrete Hardscapes

concrete waterfall modern styleThe beauty of decorative concrete comes from its versatility and stunning final results. Each project’s unique traits help sell the next project. However, your future potential clients don’t necessarily have access to your past projects, which is why photography is a crucial component of your marketing plan — regardless of your company’s size.

By Karen Keyes
5. Successful Construction Training Requires Commitment and a Plan

smoothing out concrete with a trowelTraining in the construction industry seems more daunting than some other professions. With all of the moving parts of our industry, we not only need to train on skill and leadership, but also safety and technology.

By Karen Keyes
6. Become an AIA Approved Education Provider in 7 Easy Steps

classroom with group of people - Licensed architects are required to earn a certain number of continuing education credits to maintain their license from the American Institute of Architects. Licensed architects are required to earn a certain number of continuing education credits to maintain their license from the American Institute of Architects. So, when you, a decorative concrete contractor, offer them a way to earn desired credit, you have at least one guaranteed hour of their attention.

By Karen Keyes
7. Concrete Contractors Across The Country Share Insights on What Helps Them Succeed

Contractors across the country share insights on what helps them succeedWhile surveying my peers, I discovered that contractors approach projects differently and require a great variety of tools to get the job done. Perhaps this is why our industry is so innovative and unique.

By Karen Keyes
8. How to Get the Job Without Being the Low Bid

swimming pool surrounded by beautiful concrete floorWe’ve all had the phone call with a client where he lets you down gently, saying thanks, but some other contractor came in with a lower number. Sometimes it’s best to just write off those lost jobs, but how do you get the jobs you really want without having to be the lowest price? 

By Karen Keyes
9. 5 Ways to Effectively Utilize Your Decorative Concrete Awards

Concrete awards laid out on table

By Karen Keyes
10. Six Ways to Make Sure More People Find Your Website

Remember the days when you could simply name your company Remember the days when you could simply name your company “AAA Concrete” to ensure your business would appear first in the local directory? Those days are behind us. We now live in an era when “Google” is a verb.

By Karen Keyes

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