Concrete

CM Labs Simulations, developer of Vortex training simulators, has released the first concrete pump simulator on the market. The curriculum, which was developed in collaboration with the American Concrete Pumping Association (ACPA), ensures operators are proficient with using the remote control box before being exposed to the stress of the work site.

Hilti released its end-to-end solution to help contractors more accurately measure and predict the performance of concrete, Hilti concrete sensors. The single system includes a portfolio of connected (i.e., "smart") devices, an easy-to-use mobile app, internal lab testing for calibrating concrete mix designs and training and support services.

Bauman Landscape and Construction Inc. has helped build some of San Francisco's most complex and iconic cityscapes. From the Palace of Fine Arts to Dolores Park to the city's Embarcadero, Bauman Landscape and Construction has been pouring concrete in the Bay City for more than four decades.

Miller Formless was founded in 1970 by Charles P. Miller as a provider of concrete slip form paving machines and other products. Located in McHenry, Ill., the company operates out of a more than 95,000-sq.-ft. manufacturing facility and continues to provide the same quality product and service it pioneered in the 1960's.

As a result of a new Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Special Provision Specification, GCP Applied Technologies, a global producer of construction products technologies, is providing its VERIFI in-transit concrete management system to TxDOT highway and bridge projects.

Allen announced the debut of the RP235 and RP245 polishing riders. The RP235 and RP245 were designed with the high volume concrete polisher in mind. These riding trowels come ready to achieve high rotor speeds and maintain high torque while polishing, and they also come equipped with retractable dolly jacks that ensure transportation indoors can be done with ease, as well as allowing for quick change of polishing pads.

Cemen Tech has announced significant upgrades to ACCU-POUR Office and Mobile, the company's advanced suite of cloud-based productivity solutions for volumetric concrete mixer users. Brimming with new features, ACCU-POUR continues to grow and evolve based on the needs of today's concrete contractors.

Curb Roller Manufacturing, a world leader in shaped concrete roller screeds, introduces the Eel Screed 6100, a corded roller screed designed for operator comfort and easy transportation. The design of the Eel Screed 6100 allows contractors, rental customers and other operators to finish concrete screeding faster and more comfortably than alternate methods, according to the manufacturer.

Allen announced the debut of its newest wheel buggies: the AW16 and the AW21. The AW16 is a wheel buggy that comes with electric start or recoil start options and allows the operator to place materials with precision. The AW16 is equipped with a large 16 cu.

Curb Roller Manufacturing, a world leader in shaped concrete roller screeds, offers the Curb Roller CM4000, a single-operator machine for shaping concrete for curb and gutter work. The CM4000 reduces the labor of shaping curb and gutter pours, allowing crews to complete work up to twice as fast as manual methods or face forming, according to the manufacturer.

Cemen Tech has announced its training webinar seriesfor April 2020. Available at no cost, Cemen Tech's webinars cover a variety of important topics related to the volumetric concrete industry. The ongoing webinar series is hosted by Cemen Tech volumetric concrete experts, and often features contractors, aggregate product manufacturers, equipment finance professionals and other guest speakers.