Products & Practice
SupersList Project Tracking Software
SupersList™ Project Tracking Software tracks progress on construction projects. Because it is available on mobile
devices, users can access and update data whether in the office or on a jobsite. The software works in real time, so
updates to project plans, including photographs from the field, become immediately available to the whole project
management team. Users can also create a two-week look-ahead and send one-click e-mail alerts. SupersList features
seamless integration with Microsoft Project, so changes made to project plans may be synchronized between the two.
EFFC/DFI Guide to Support Fluids for Deep Foundations, Edition 1
by Deep Foundations Institute and the European Federation of Foundation Contractors
This guide, published jointly by Deep Foundations Institute (DFI) and the European Federation of Foundation
Contractors (EFFC), is the work of a 47-strong task group comprising contractors, suppliers, consultants, and leading
academics. It discusses support-fluid practice and aims to improve existing design, testing, and practices for deep
foundation elements: bored piles (drilled shafts), barrettes (LBEs), and diaphragm wall panels. It is available for free
download at www.dfi.org or www.effc.org.
––Deep Foundations Institute, www.dfi.org; European Federation of Foundation Contractors, www.effc.org
PCA Podcast Series: Hard Facts
The Portland Cement Association (PCA) launched a podcast series titled “Hard Facts” that examines how to pay for
the nation’s transportation infrastructure. Money-saving options are explored through interviews with members of
Congress, the administration, and industry. Early episodes feature interviews with PCA President and CEO Michael
Ireland, MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub Executive Director Jeremy Gregory, and Delaware Senator Tom Carper. More
on the podcast can be found at www.cement.org/newsroom/hard-facts-podcast.
––Portland Cement Association, www.cement.org
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Cathodic Protection for Reinforced Concrete Structures
by Paul M. Chess
This book—written for specialist contractors, consultants, and owners of corrosion-damaged structures—examines
the corrosion process in reinforced concrete and international experience with cathodic protection (CP). It discusses the
differences in the application of CP with the stark dichotomy in its success and failure, as well as ways in which its
performance can be improved in future installations.
$70; 100 pp.; ISBN: 9781138477278
––CRC Press, www.crcpress.com