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Updated Putzmeister transit mixers

November 9, 2016 On-Site Magazine

  Putzmeister America, Inc. has enhanced the design of both of its concrete transit mixer models, the Pro Series and the Bridge Maxx Series. The updated models offer improved ease-of-operation, controls, and enhanced engineering. For improved operator ergonomics and functionality,

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Ledcor uses modern technology to preserve heritage building

October 31, 2016 On-Site Magazine

The Ledcor Group of Companies celebrated the grand opening of Enbridge Centre last month, the first office tower to be constructed in downtown Edmonton’s Financial District in more than 20 years. Ledcor applied several specialized construction methods in order to

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Video: Atrio project moves forward with raft slab pour

September 14, 2016 EllisDon

The Atrio project in Bogota, Colombia reached a construction milestone this summer after it went through a massive raft slab pour. The process took 38 non-stop hours and 24 mixers per hour. The mixed-use commercial development features two towers and

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Lafarge completes modernization, reduces environmental footprint

September 12, 2016 On-Site Magazine

Today, Lafarge Canada Inc. in Exshaw, Alberta, announced the completion of major modernization and environmental upgrades. Physical construction began in 2013, with more than 600 contracted employees on site at construction peak in addition to 160 permanent employees. The team

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Milwaukee introduces industry’s first cordless SDS Max Rotary Hammer

September 6, 2016 On-Site Magazine

  Milwaukee Tool’s SDS Max Rotary Hammer is the first cordless solution of its kind that provides the performance required for more demanding, heavy-duty drilling and chipping applications. With the launch of the new SDS Max, Milwaukee is now the only

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Waterproofing products keep Ontario hospital above water

September 6, 2016 W. R. MEADOWS

When the Hawkesbury District & General Hospital (HGH) decided to build two large additions to its community hospital in Hawkesbury, Ont., construction officials knew there was a big problem to solve. Below ground level was a substrate composed of solid

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Hilti laser offers high accuracy in all conditions

August 17, 2016 On-Site Magazine

The horizontal and slope Hilti Rotating laser PR 2-HS features shock absorbing head protection and innovative handles that provide cushion from 5-ft. tripod drops and 360 degree falls from 3 ft. With Hilti drop resistance technology, contractors receive an accuracy

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McInnis Cement announces plans for new cement ship

August 9, 2016 On-Site Magazine

McInnis Cement has announced plans to use a first-of-its-kind, ecologically efficient, self-discharging dry bulk cement carrier. The 15,000 ton vessel will be time chartered by the company under a long-term agreement. The ship, which was built in 2011, is currently undergoing conversion

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StormTrap and Lafarge license agreement for stormwater solutions

July 25, 2016 On-Site Magazine

StormTrap, a provider of stormwater management systems, and Lafarge Canada, Inc. announced today that they have entered into a licensing and manufacturing agreement. StormTrap has granted an exclusive license to Lafarge to develop and commercialize StormTrap’s detention and retention products

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Two million dollar sustainable construction competition open

July 12, 2016 by Corinne Lynds

  The LafargeHolcim Awards is the most significant global competition in sustainable design. It seeks leading projects of professionals as well as bold ideas from the next generation that combine sustainable construction solutions with architectural excellence. Organized by the LafargeHolcim

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Lafarge educates cyclists on blind spots around concrete trucks during bike-to-work week

June 13, 2016 On-Site Magazine

More than 11,500 cyclists who participated in the HUB’s Bike to Work week May 30 – June 5th in Metro Vancouver benefited from Lafarge Canada Inc.’s event sponsorship and safety education. Lafarge operates over 100 ready-mix concrete trucks which travel throughout

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PCL Presented Excellence in Concrete Construction Award

June 1, 2016 by Corinne Lynds

PCL Construction in Seattle was honored with the Excellence in Concrete Construction Award in the Public Works Transportation category by the Washington Aggregates and Concrete Association for the SR 520 Eastside Transit and HOV project. Established in 1968, the awards

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Versatile pneumatic breaker

May 18, 2016 On-Site Magazine

Atlas Copco’s RTEX pneumatic breaker offers rental centers and contractors a cost effective and powerful solution for a variety of demolition projects. The RTEX requires just 37 cfm to operate, about 50 per cent less air energy than conventional breakers in the

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Cement manufacturers produced 0.79 million tonnes of cement products in March

May 11, 2016 Statistics Canada

Cement manufacturers produced 0.79 million tonnes of cement products in March, an increase of 47.1 per cent compared with February, and a gain of 3.5 per cent from March 2015. Shipments of domestic cement rose 45.9 per cent from the previous month to 0.69 million tonnes in March.

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Edmonton scores with LEED silver arena

April 26, 2016 Ross Monsour

The Rogers Place Arena in Edmonton is a testament to the long-term durability of concrete, and the advantages that this material brings to mega structures. The arena will be unique in the sporting industry as the first NHL facility designed

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Contractor hits homer in Jays’ infield

April 26, 2016 Jim Barnes

While he is not being watched as closely as pitcher Marcus Stroman, contractor Vito Nardi definitely feels like he is squarely in the public spotlight. The job he is working on – preparing Toronto’s Rogers Centre stadium, home of the

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Ontario helping York Region expand cycling and improve safety

April 4, 2016 On-Site

Ontario is providing $1.3 million to York Region over the next two years to help build new, or improve existing, cycling infrastructure through the Ontario Municipal Cycling Infrastructure Program.Markham will receive $325,000 to upgrade two kilometres of cycling and walking

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$3.5B Massey Tunnel replacement project gets support

March 30, 2016 On-Site Magazine

There is strong public support to replace the Massey Tunnel with a $3.5 billion, 10-lane bridge,  according a recently released report on the public consultation process done by the Government of British Columbia. The report confirms residents are in favour of capacity improvements

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US cement consumption to rise 3.4% this year

March 30, 2016 On-Site Magazine

PCA downgrades its forecast

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Schwing Concrete Pump

March 29, 2016 On-Site Magazine

The Schwing SP 500 stationary concrete pump is now equipped with a Tier IV compliant Caterpillar diesel engine. The CAT® C3.4B diesel is rated at 74.5 hp while providing durability and fuel efficiency. The SP 500 is a versatile machine



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