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Concrete Products, July 2017 - Mortar Order by Don Marsh

Mortar Order

Fast-track plant construction scheduling was essentiel when Schluter Systems North America moved to round out its board and membrane offering to create a complete floor or wall installation system for tile and stone. Built at a Plattsburgh, N.Y., complex with polymer board and membrane production, plus sales and headquarters offices, the new plant would harbor mixing, packaging and storage of Schluter Systems' first portland cement-based product.


October Newsletter 2015

BMH Systems appoints new General Manager

BMH Systems is pleased to announce that Benoit Godbout has joined our team as General Manager. Benoit will be responsible for the day to day activities of the head office located on the south shore of Montreal. Godbout graduated with a bachelor degree in Computer Science. With 22 years of experience in development management, quality…


Guide for Construction of Concrete Pavements

New Guide for Construction of Concrete Pavements

The primary focus of this guide is pavement construction. Modern slipform paving techniques and time-proven formed construction procedures are highlighted. Quality control, quality assurance, and construction inspection, as well as the environmental, economic, and societal benefits of concrete pavement, are also presented.

This guide briefly reviews all aspects of concrete pavement construction for highways and, to some extent, local roads,…


Infocus Magazine Mars 2015

Ready Mixed Plant Innovations. What’s new for concrete producers By Jean Feingold The manufacturers of ready mixed plants continue to improve their products to help concrete producers make better, more consistent concrete. Here are some of the new ideas that have come to market recently.

BMH Systems ROI Calculator

Thinking of converting your dry batch plant to a wet batch plant? Want to know whether doing this makes sense financially? The BMH Systems ROI Calculator can help. Introduced at the World of Concrete…



Portable batch plant, a golden opportunity to get into Alberta's oil sands business. Petroleum industry giants like Imperial Oil are heavily involved in extracting bitumen from several sites in mid-eastern and northern Alberta. It is the largest, but certainly not the only, active oil producer in Cold Lake. And with oil production comes the need for massive amounts of concrete — to support the construction and operation of new and existing processing plants and other infrastructural needs.

The booming oil extraction activity…