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Specifying Splitting Tensile Strength for LWC to Improve and Simply Design

by Abigail Gabbard | July 16, 2019 | New report release |

"Specifying Splitting Tensile Strength for Lightweight Concrete to Improve and Simplify Design," an article by Dr. Reid W. Castrodale, is featured in the Summer 2019 issue of ASPIRE, the Concrete Bridge Magazine....

Internal Curing Concrete Becomes a Standard Practice for NYSDOT

by Abigail Gabbard | July 10, 2019 | New report release |

In the Summer 2019 issue of ASPIRE, the Concrete Bridge Magazine, an advertorial by ESCSI is featured titled, "Internal Curing Concrete Becomes a Standard Practice for NYSDOT." An article titled, "Internal Curing Concrete Bridge Decks in New York St...

ESCSI Internal Curing Session at World of Concrete 2019

by Abigail Gabbard | November 12, 2018 | New report release |

ESCSI Internal Curing to Improve Your Concrete (ESCSMO) Monday, January 21 from 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM NEW for WOC 2019! The Expanded Shale, Clay and Slate Institute presents a comprehensive training session on the use of internally cured concrete in...

ESCSI’s John Ries Named 2018 Most Influential in Concrete Industry

by Abigail Gabbard | April 13, 2018 | New report release |

Concrete Construction named John Ries, P.E. as one of 2018's most influential people in the concrete industry for spending more than 20 years promoting internal curing, using saturated lightweight aggregate, to the point where it is finally beginning...

Report Release: High-Performance Concrete for Pavement and Transportation Infrastructure Construction

by Abigail Gabbard | November 30, 2017 | New report release | Tags:

The Missouri Department of Transportation has released a report that develops and validates the behavior of a new class of high-performance concrete (HPC) called Eco-HPC. The research examines two types of Eco-HPC, one for pavement construction and o...