New Members for March 2019

Welcome to the American Concrete Pumping Association!

J. L. Marshall & Sons, Inc.
Contact: Scott Bulger

3 Clara Street
Seekonk, MA 02771

SJM Construction, LLC
Contact: Shawn Meadows

209 Main Street
Rockfall, CT 06481

New Members for February 2019

Welcome to the American Concrete Pumping Association!

A  Anthony & Son's, Inc.
Contact: John Rahner

1450 West 21st Street
Erie, PA 16502

Kong-crete Construction
Contact: Claude Brunet

14 Honey Cres
Barrie, ON, Canada L4N 0V2

New Members for January 2019

Welcome to the American Concrete Pumping Association!

Alpine Concrete Pumping
Contact: Harvey Jameson

777 South Deep Creek Circle
Morgan, UT 84050

ACPA Announces Blow Out Caps Safety Bulletin

The American Concrete Pumping Association (ACPA) announces the Blow Out Cap Safety Bulletin. Please review and share copies of the PDF below with your pump operators and your customers immediately to avoid serious injury.

New Members for December 2018

Welcome to the American Concrete Pumping Association!

Adam King
1371 Shallow Lake Drive
Ofallon, MO 63366

First Midwest Equipment Finance
Contact: Carl Aust

520 North Cass Avenue
Westmont, IL 60559

Concrete Pumping Association of Canada Merges with American Concrete Pumping Association

The American Concrete Pumping Association (ACPA) announces the Concrete Pumping Association of Canada (CPAC) will now operate as an ACPA chapter, continuing under the CPAC name. The merger will give ACPA members from Canada a dedicated forum for addressing issues affecting Canadian pumpers. Current CPAC members will benefit from ACPA’s strong safety, training and concrete pump operator certification program.

Member Profile: CanCrete’s Husband-Wife Team Serves Ontario’s Pumping Needs

ACPA is excited about our recent merger with the Concrete Pumping Association of Canada (CPAC). We’ve had a long history of Canadian membership, and we’re proud of our North American presence. Now, our Canadian members have a dedicated forum representing their needs. Working together, we’ll create a synergy that will advance the greater concrete pumping community. As we advocate for common interests and share resources on both sides of the border, we see a bright future for concrete pumping in North America.

Team ACPA Wins First Pumper 500 Race

Following this past October’s ACPA strategic planning session held in conjunction with the fall board meeting, attendees competed in the first ever “ACPA Pumper 500” go-kart race at K1 Racing Center in Torrance, California.

Over 50 racers competed for the best time overall, as well participated as a team competition sponsored by NBIS Insurance; DY Concrete Pumps; Putzmeister America; Longhorn Line Pumps and the ACPA. Entry fees for the team-building event were contributed to the association’s political action fund, ACPA PumpPAC, raising over $3,000.

American Concrete Pumping Association Announces New Hours of Service Exemption

The American Concrete Pumping Association (ACPA) is pleased to announce a significant victory for concrete pumpers. On November 1, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) granted the ACPA’s request for an exemption for concrete pumpers from the requirement that short-haul drivers utilizing the records of duty status (RODS) exception return to their normal work-reporting location 12 hours from coming on duty.

Late Summer Success in Washington

The last couple of months have seen a flurry of successful activity in Washington for the American Concrete Pumping Association (ACPA). Working diligently with other members of the North American Concrete Alliance (NACA)* we’ve advanced our interests on Capitol Hill. Some of the most recent highlights benefitting concrete pumpers include:

Thwarting Tall Wood