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Concrete Industry Offers Free Project Assistance to Builders

Fri November 17, 2006 - National Edition
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A new Web site created by the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA) provides engineers, architects, developers and builders a central resource hub for all of their ready mixed concrete inquiries.

The site, www.ConcreteHelp.org, provides a variety of concrete resources, including information about the material’s “green” characteristics, cost and durability attributes, and many other topics. Information also is provided about NRMCA’s national account services.

The new site also is the entry point for specifiers to request free project and planning support for commercial projects from NRMCA’s network of non-profit concrete resource partners throughout North America.

This personalized service is being provided to help determine if concrete is the right product for a given project and to assist with design issues, specifications and logistical challenges.

“ConcreteHelp.org provides quick access to comprehensive information about the full range of concrete applications,” said Vice President of Marketing Glenn Ochsenreiter.

“For issues that are project-specific, our resource network is available to provide personalized expert support at no cost.”

The new Web site is the most recent in a series launched by NRMCA that has focused on supporting leading ready mixed concrete applications.

For more information, visit www.ConcreteHelp.org.