1 Rotary Kiln Expanded Slate Sand for Industrial Sludge Drying Beds, by Debbie Stringer, Carolina Stalite Company
3 ESCS Used to Create Vital Port Space, by Jeff Speck, Arcosa Lightweight
4 Structural Lightweight Concrete Used in Award-Winning Project Headquarters, By Darren Medeiros, Utelite Corporation
1 ESCS Lightweight Aggregate as High Friction Surface Treatment Application, by Jim Thompson, Carolina Stalite Company
2 Stanford Escondido Village Graduate Housing Project, by Darren Medeiros, Utelite Corporation
3 Lightweight Aggregate Solves Design Challenge at DFW Airport, by Eric Nelson, Arcosa Lightweight
4 Application of Expanded Shale, Clay and Slate Aggregate in Award Winning Bridge Projects to Accomplish Excellence in Upgrade and Replacement, by Dr. Fariborz M. Tehrani, Ph.D., PE, ENV SP, PMP, SAP, F.ASCE
1 East River Waterfront Esplanade, Pier 35 (Mussel Beach), By Joe Kowalewski, Norlite LLC
2 Urban Tree Plantings at Herriman Towne Center, by Scott Jenson, Utelite Corporation
3 Engineer’s Corner: Myths and Misconceptions #2, by Reid W. Castrodale, PhD, PE
4 ESCS: The Awesome Sauce for Concrete, by Corey N. Coffelt, Buildex Expanded Shale Haydite
1 New SLC Airport Benefits from Structural LWC, by Ken Nunley, Utelite Corporation
2 High Point University’s Donald and Dorothy Caine Conservatory, by Debbie Stringer, Carolina Stalite Company
3 Engineer’s Corner: Myths and Misconceptions, by Reid W. Castrodale, PhD, PE
1 Structural Lightweight Concrete: The Clear Choice for Allegiant Stadium, by Darren Medeiros, Utelite Corporation
2 Vermont Corridor Project Using ESCS for Slabs on Metal Deck, by Charles Kerzic, Arcosa Lightweight
4 ESCS Lightweight Aggregate Helps to Support Rebuilding of NYC’s LaGuardia Airport, by Bill Wolfe, Norlite, LLC
2 Notes on Fiber-Reinforced Lightweight-Aggregate Structural Concrete and Concrete Masonry, by Dr. Fariborz M. Tehrani, Ph.D., PE, PMP, ENV SP, SAP
3 The Benefits of Topdressing Natural Grass with ESCS, by Scott Jenson, Utelite Corporation
4 Carbon County Utah Finds the Perfect Blend of Economy and Performance with ESCS Fine Grade Chip Seal, by Vernon Mortensen, Utelite Corporation
1 Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge Re-Decking/Widening, by Ken Harmon, Carolina Stalite Company
3 LA Rams Stadium Uses ESCS to Great Advantage, by Jeff Speck, Arcosa Lightweight
4 Toyota North America Benefits from Lightweight Block, by Steve Rowe, Trinity Lightweight
5 ESCS Creates the Ultimate Rain Garden, by Chuck Friedrich, PLA, ASLA, GRP, Carolina Stalite Company
6 Internally Cured Canoe, by Sean McFee, UNCC, with Jody Wall, Carolina Stalite Company
1 Structural Soil and Permeable Paving at UT-Austin, by Eric Nelson, Trinity Lightweight
5 Chairman’s Corner, by Tim Wolfe, Trinity Lightweight
6 Williams Creek Bridge Replacement Chooses IC Concrete, by Ken Nunley, Utelite Corporation
7 How ESCS Lightweight Aggregate is Teaming with Specialty Masonry Units and Insulation Companies to RESHAPE the Masonry Wall System Market, by Jody Wall, P.E., LEED AP, Carolina Stalite Company
1 NOx Reduction in Lightweight Aggregate Kilns, by Kiln Flame Systems Ltd.
2 Lightweight Chip Seal for Mountainous Region, by Jim Thompson, Carolina Stalite Company
3 The University of Notre Dame Campus Crossroads Project, by Tom Morris, Trinity Lightweight
4 Oquirrah Lake: Wetland Planting Media, By Scott Jenson, Utelite Corporation
5 Geotechnical Challenge Solved with Lightweight Fill, by Joe Kowalewski, Norlite LLC
2 Salesforce Tower, by Darren Medeiros, Utelite Corporation
4 Enhanced Vegetated Swales at DFW, by Eric Nelson, Trinity Lightweight
5 Concrete Masonry Units Beat Out Precast, by Daron Brown, Trinity Lightweight
6 Bayonne Bridge Rises to New Heights, by Bill Wolfe, Norlite LLC
1 54 Stories of Pumped Lightweight Concrete, by Tom Morris, Hydraulic Press Brick Company
2 Bridge Replacement Program Features Internal Curing, by Jeffrey Speck, P.E., FACI, Trinity Lightweight
3 NCDOT Uses Lightweight Chip Seal to Extend Pavement Life, by Jim Thompson, Carolina Stalite Company
5 Federal Courthouse: Urban Tree Structural Soil, by Scott Jenson, Utelite Corporation
1 Internal Curing Using Prewetted Lightweight Aggregate in Cementitious Grouts, by Igor De la Varga, PhD and Benjamin A. Graybeal, PhD, PE, FHWA
2 ESCS Lightweight Chip Seal in a Municipal Environment, by Vernon Mortensen, Utelite Corporation
3 1300 South Railroad Viaduct, by Ken Nunley, Utelite Corporation
4 Saving the Old While Building the New: A Geotechnical Approach to Historic Structure Preservation, by Jody Wall, P.E., Carolina Stalite Company
1 Rehabilitation of Patroon Island Bridge Uses Lightweight Precast Elements, By Joe Kowalewski, Norlite LLC
2 Lightweight CMU Material of Choice for New Valdosta High School, By Steven K. Rowe, Trinity Lightweight
3 Balancing Plant Growth and Function Using ESCS Media for Bio-Retention Systems, By Chuck Friedrich, RLA, ASLA, Carolina Stalite Company
4 Best Urban BMP in the Bay Award Contest (BUBBA), By Chuck Friedrich, RLA, ASLA, Carolina Stalite Company
6 Featured Project: Solana Solar Power Plant, Utelite Corporation
1 Lightweight Aggregate Solves Major Fill Challenge, By Jack Sinclair and Eric Nelson, Trinity Lightweight
2 Phipps Conservatory Center for Sustainable Landscapes, By Todd Houser, DiGeronimo Aggregates, LLC
3 Indiana “Major Moves” US Highway 31 Project, By Tom Morris, Hydraulic Press Brick Company
4 Changing the SHAPE of Masonry, By Kyle Weatherly, Carolina Stalite Company
6 Featured Project: Salt Lake City Public Safety Building, Utelite Corporation
1 Sacred Heart Hospital Expansion, By Ken Harmon, Carolina Stalite Company
2 U.S. District Courthouse, By Utelite Corporation
5 Mega Project Utilizes LWA Fill Behind MSE Walls, By Bill Wolfe, Norlite LLC
6 Internal Curing of US 54, By Daron Brown
5 Researching Internal Curing in Indiana, By Jack Spaulding, Hydraulic Press Brick Company
1 Internal Curing Usage in Denver Water’s Lone Tree Tank No. 2, By Trinity ESC
2 Indoor Arena Ground Improvements, By Vernon Mortensen, Utelite Corporation
1 New ASTM C90 Block Configurations Save Money While Meeting the New Energy Code Requirements, By Jody Wall, Carolina Stalite Company
2 Expansion at the Kimbell Art Museum, By Eric Nelson, Trinity Industries, Inc.
3 I-295/Route 42/I-76 Direct Connection in South Jersey, By Keith McCabe, DiGeronimo Aggregates, LLC
1 Thaddeus Kosciusko Bridge (I-87 Twin Bridges) Uses Lightweight Precast Pieces, By Joe Kowalewski, Norlite LLC
2 Rebuilding Joplin: One Block at a Time, By Daron Brown, Buildex, Inc.
3 Researching Internal Curing in Indiana, By Jack Spaulding, Hydraulic Press Brick Company
4 Sustainability with Largest Green Roof in Southeast, By Big River Industries, Inc.
1 Lightweight Concrete Used for NEXT Beam Bridge, By Reid Castrodale, ESCSI
2 Blast Resistant Tilt-up Project Uses Lightweight Concrete, By Michael Robinson, Carolina Stalite Company
3 Hackett Tower, By Don Reeves, Trinity Industries, Inc.
4 Featured Project: UDOT I-15 Core Project & Sam White Bridge (American Fork, UT), Utelite Corporation
1 ESCS Used as Backfill Reduces Load on Culvert, By Big River Industries, Inc.
2 NCDOT Use of Lightweight Aggregate Fill for Bridge Approach Repair and Improvements, By Jody Wall, Carolina Stalite Company
3 Featured Project: Plaza Vista (Kansas City, MO), Buildex, Inc.
1 Aquaponics Greenhouse, By Keith McCabe, DiGeronimo Aggregates, LLC
2 The 11th Street Corridor Design-Build Project, By Michael Robinson, Carolina Stalite Company
3 Overflow Parking at Cowboys Stadium, By Eric Nelson, Trinity Industries, Inc.
4 Featured Project: I-80 Lightweight Aggregate Chip Seal Project, By Vernon Mortensen, Utelite Corporation
1 Seal Coat Program: Armstrong Road, By TXI - Texas Industries, Inc.
2 The Green at College Park, By Eric Nelson, TXI - Texas Industries, Inc.
3 Poor Soil Conditions at Helipad Improved within Lightweight Aggregate Fill, By Ed Whalen, Norlite Corporation
4 Q&A with Big River Industries’ Jeff Speck on Hydrating Concrete From Within, By Laura Drotleff and Don Eberly, Big River Industries, Inc.
5 Featured Project: Palomar Medical – West Main Hospital Building (Escondido, CA), Utelite Corporation
1 New York State Route 7 Over Interstate 87 Bridge Replacement, By Joe Kowalewski, Norlite Corporation
2 Bio-retention Rain Gardens at the University of Utah, By Scott Jenson, Utelite Corporation
3 Featured Project: UDOT Mountain View Corridor Bridge Deck (Salt Lake City, UT), Utelite Corporation
1 Internal Curing Case Study: State Highway 121 (Collin County, TX), by TXI - Texas Industries, Inc.
2 Green Roofs for Healthy Cities Studies Media Depths and Microclimates, By Chuck Friedrich, Carolina Stalite Company
3 Lightweight Aggregate Testimonial: “Best Source” for Chip Seal Projects, By Andrew Mackie, Buildex, Inc.
4 Q&A with Big River Industries’ Jeff Speck on Pervious Concrete: Pervious concrete with an expanded clay lightweight aggregate base addresses storm water management issues and mandates, By Laura Drotleff and Don Eberly, Big River Industries, Inc.
5 Featured Project: Intermountain Medical Center (Murray, UT), Utelite Corporation
1 Bridge Rehabilitation in Taggart, Utelite Corporation
2 The Amazon Comes to Indiana, By Jack Spaulding, Hydraulic Press Brick Company
3 The Expanded Shale Clay and Slate Institute (ESCSI) Stays In Step with Sustainability, By John Ries, ESCSI
4 Columbus Gardens – Urban Park and Rooftop Garden, By Keith McCabe, DiGeronimo Aggregates, LLC
5 Featured Project: Nasher Sculpture Center (Dallas, TX), TXI - Texas Industries, Inc.
1 Internal Curing Used in Multiple Bridges in New York, By Bill Wolfe, Norlite Corporation
2 Safer, More Cost Effective Roads: ESCS lightweight aggregate, used in chip seal surface treatments, provided cost savings and a higher friction number for Louisiana Highway 3147, By Laura Drotleff and Don Eberly, Big River Industries, Inc
3 Lightweight Concrete Roof Tile Offers Fire Safety, Beauty and Value, By George Grygar, TXI - Texas Industries, Inc.
4 Great Wolf Lodge, By Charles Freeman, Carolina Stalite Company
5 Featured Project: 222 South Main Office Tower (Salt Lake City, UT), Utelite Corporation
1 Lightweight Aggregate Improves Road Surfaces for Cyclists, By Dennis Woolman and Daron Brown, Buildex, Inc.
2 New Lightweight Concrete Bridge Deck Facilitates Widening, By Reid Castrodale, PhD, P.E., Carolina Stalite Company, and Steven C. Kerr, P.E.
3 Lightweight Block, Heavyweight Benefits: At the Maryland Science Center, 24-inch-long lightweight concrete masonry units paid for themselves by saving masons half the labor, By Laura Drotleff and Don Eberly
4 Featured Project: Sundial House (Highlands Ranch, CO), TXI - Texas Industries, Inc.
1 Accelerated Bridge Construction = Lower Cost, By Darren Medeiros, Utelite Corporation
2 Internal Curing: an unconventional idea…within a conventional business, By Ernest Cubit, TXI - Texas Industries, Inc.
3 Firelane Goes Green: Firelane Structural Soil containing Expanded Clay provides a sustainable solution for Atlanta-area apartment complex, By Laura Drotleff and Don Eberly, Big River Industries, Inc.
5 Featured Project: Multi-Agency State Government Office Building (Salt Lake City, UT), Utelite Corporation
1 So, You Want the Landscape on the Roof?, By Steve Rowe, Big River Industries
2 A Soil Study: Engineered soil is crucial to state-of-the-art storm water management system at the Georgia Institute of Technology, By Laura Drotleff and Don Eberly, Big River Industries, Inc.
3 Lightweight Concrete Used to Help Comcast Center Achieve New Heights, By Bill Wolfe, Norlite Corporation
4 Featured Project: Patriot Field – Dallas Baptist University, TXI - Texas Industries, Inc.
1 Concrete Drying Times for Normal Weight and Lightweight Concrete in Real World Applications, By Bill Wolfe, Norlite Corporation
2 The Weight of Sustainability – Does Weight Matter?, By John Ries, ESCSI
3 Hospice of Wake County, By Ken Harmon, Carolina Stalite Company
4 SmartWall Masonry Featured in recent PCA Concrete Homes Ask the Expert Newsletter, By Andrew Mackie, Buildex, Inc.
5 Featured Project: Joseph F. Smith Building – BYU Campus (Provo, UT), Utelite Corporation