Concrete Pumping Magazine Archives

Concrete Pumping Magazine Fall 2017

In this issue: Idaho Upgrades Infrastructure

Several ongoing water treatment plant upgrades in rural Idaho require pumping in tight spaces.
 

Concrete Pumping Magazine Summer 2017

In this issue: Pumping Little Caesars Arena

Since the first yards of concrete were placed nearly two years ago, concrete pumping has been continuous—a model of efficiency and positive customer/pumper relations.

In this issue: Ballpark Village

A new 37-story mixed-use tower will provide housing, retail space near San Diego’s Petco Park.

 

Concrete Pumping Magazine - Winter 2017

In this issue: Helping Fresno Families

A new Fresno hospital expansion will serve the city’s growing population.

 

Concrete Pumping Magazine - Fall 2016

In this issue: Indiana Energy Plant

Power Up! A 700-megawatt energy plant is taking shape in rural Indiana.
 

Concrete Pumping Magazine - Summer 2016

In this Issue: Chicago's Niche 905

This 18-story luxury rental tower will serve Chicago's expanding River North neighborhood.
 

Concrete Pumping Magazine - Spring 2016

In this Issue: All About the Base

San Francisco’s SalesForce Tower will be the tallest occupied building west of Chicago, rising from a 12,000-cubic-yard concrete foundation.
 

Concrete Pumping Magazine - Winter 2016

In this issue: New York Subway

East Side Access is one of the largest transportation infrastructure projects currently underway in the U.S., with a history that reaches back to the 1950s.

 

Concrete Pumping Magazine - Fall 2015

In this issue: Sugar House Senior Living

To overcome complex job site conditions and logistical demands, the 61-meter is providing two key attributes to place concrete efficiently and cost-effectively, from project start to finish.
Concrete Pumping Magazine - Summer 2015

In this issue: Market Square Tower

This massive Houston tower involved a continuous pour that took place in just over 24 hours.
 

Concrete Pumping - Spring 2015

In this issue: Montreal Medical

A merger of three Montreal hospitals into a single, huge health center requires an efficient placing solution, long hours of pumping and a special harsh mix.
 

Concrete Pumping Magazine - Winter 2015

In this issue: Madison Mixed Use

A Madison, Wisconsin mixed use facility will serve the city’s downtown area and the nearby university student population.
 

In this issue: OHIO I-75 MODERNIZATION

Concrete Pumping - Fall 2014

In this issue: OHIO I-75 MODERNIZATION

Updating a 50-year old elevated highway in a congested urban area is a delicate job requiring deft moves to avoid the constant flow of traffic and other construction equipment wedged onto the construction site.

Concrete Pumping - Summer 2014

In this issue: INDIANA IRON ORE

Construction of an iron ore collection pit in Reynolds, Indiana, required both ingenuity and the right equipment to continuously pump concrete for its difficult-to-access foundation.

Concrete Pumping - Spring 2014

In this issue: DENVER AIRPORT EXPANSION

Denver International Airport's first major expansion since the 1990s will add a 516-room hotel and a light rail transit station.

 

Concrete Pumping - Winter 2014

In this issue: ICONIC ARCHITECTURE

The unique “green” design of the Moore School of Business on the University of South Carolina campus is proving challenging.

 

In this issue: SUPER STADIUM

The new home of the San Francisco 49ers will host the Superbowl’s 50th anniversary game.
 

Concrete Pumping - Summer 2013

In this issue: DC'S 11TH STREET BRIDGE

Located in southeastern Washington D.C., the $390 million 11th Street Bridge Project is the largest project underway in the District Department of Transportation’s (DDOT) Anacostia Waterfront Initiative.

Concrete Pumping - Spring 2013

In this issue: Toronto Subway Extension

Pumping in congested urban conditions, longtime ACPA member Pumpcrete of Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, is executing multiple pours per day to speed construction of the Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension project.

Concrete Pumping - Winter 2013

In this issue: Clean Energy

Occupying less than two percent of the island, the plant facility is surrounded by an environmental protection zone.

 

 Concrete Pumping - Fall 2012

In this issue: Orlando Arts Center

Developing a concrete pumping plan is like casting a play with key performers chosen for their ability to fill a role.
 

 Concrete Pumping - Summer 2012

In this issue: Castle Building

There is a belief that the older the grapevine, the better the wine. This “slow growth is better” idea may also apply to a project 15 years in the making and the concrete pumping company that grew along with the project.

In this issue: Hawaiian High Rise

Construction of the 24-story Holomua condominium project is getting off the ground due to a re-launched sales effort and an innovative construction technique.

 

Concrete Pumping - Winter 2012

In this issue: High Speed Technology

Upon its 2013 completion, the new research and development site will host breakthroughs still forming in engineers’ imaginations.
 

Concrete Pumping - Fall 2011

In this issue: Tunnel Vision

Unpredictable weather and close quarters make the Port of Miami Tunnel Project a challenge: construction the underwater tunnels is complicated by their proximity to a six-line highway.
 

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