BCCSA / BCRMCA Best Practice Guidelines for Contractors Using Concrete Pumps

The BC Construction Safety Alliance and the BC Ready-Mixed Concrete Association have produced a Best Practice Guidelines for Contractors using Concrete Pumps. A copy of this document can be downloaded here.

Concrete Pump Operator Competency Certification Pilot Report
Environmental Product Declarations (EPD) Program - January 2017
Journal of Commerce on Environmental Product Declarations Charles Kelly, President of the BCRMCA, recently wrote and article in the Journal of Commerce on exploring concrete and sustainable construction
Study of Insurance Costs for Mid-Rise Wood Frame and Concrete Residential Builders Prepared for the Concrete Council of Canada
The BC Construction Safety Alliance and the BC Ready-Mixed Concrete Association have produced a Best Practice Guidelines for Contractors using Concrete Pumps.
The Cement Association of Canada (CAC) recently completed several studies aimed at using the mass of concrete structures in energy efficient design of buildings.
Durability is the ability of concrete to resist weathering action, chemical attack, and abrasion while maintaining its desired engineering properties. Different concretes require different degrees of durability depending on the exposure environment and the properties desired. Concrete durability is one of the most important considerations in the design of new structures and when assessing the condition of existing structures.
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