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American Concrete Institute To Host Professors’ Workshop at World Headquarters

The American Concrete Institute announces the 2022 Professors’ Workshop, July 18-19, 26-27, 2022, is returning to an in-person format at ACI’s World Headquarters in Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA. The workshop will be held in two parts; the first will be an online-only event on July 18 and 19, and the […]

VandlGuard IsoFree Protects
Restored AIDS Mural in LA

The Blue Moon Trilogy mural — painted in 1988 to honor those who battle and have battled AIDS — is clean, bright and more durable than ever. Credit in large goes to Scott Haskins, president of Fine Art Conservation Laboratories in Santa Barbara, California, and a varnish called VandlGuard IsoFree. […]

AMPD Initiative Aims at Solving the Industry’s Employee Shortage

Support for this story provided by Superabrasive, manufacturer of quality polishing and grinding equipment. Can a new local apprenticeship program get people out from behind concrete walls and working on concrete floors? Organizers and supporters of the AMPD Initiative surely believe so, and they’re confident they can help solve the […]

Camo Patch UV, The Perfect Solution for Concrete Repair

Victoria Concrete Surfaces is a concrete contractor in Victoria, British Columbia, that also polishes concrete. The company owner, Benoit Harris, found Solid Solution Products Camo Patch UV to be the perfect solution for repairing the floor in a 1,700 square-foot home. In this particular case, the home’s floor was concrete […]

Modern Products and Techniques Infuse New Life into 1912 Cartouche

Located along the Sacramento River, the SMUD Museum of Science and Curiosity in Sacramento, California, features a restored cartouche. A combination of SureCrete XS Precast and Sika products made the restoration and retrofit of the Beaux-Arts feature possible. The Pacific Gas and Electric Co. originally owned the circa 1912 building […]

Afro-centric Labyrinth Springs Back to Life Thanks to Prosoco Products

After a decade enduring North Carolina’s harsh sunlight, the country’s first Afro-centric labyrinth has been revitalized by Daniel de Wit. It was originally created in Charlotte by Tom Schulz, a nationally recognized labyrinth designer. At the opening ceremony for a labyrinth Schulz had installed at Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center […]