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The tallest building in Mexico is nearing completion in the northern state of Nuevo León
The lateral force-resisting system includes indirect outriggers comprised of reinforced concrete perimeter belt walls and stiff slab diaphragms.
Precast concrete panels are more than decorative features
The cladding system for the Champagne complex in Calgary, AB, Canada, provides the primary structural material as well as the primary thermal barrier.
Key observations on the effects of the 2015 Nepal earthquakes on low-rise and high-rise reinforced concrete buildings
ACI Committee 133, Disaster Reconnaissance, deployed researchers from Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, who were assisted by 12 volunteer civil engineers from Nepal.
Award categories included stamped, polished, stained, vertical applications, and overlays
Sundeck of San Antonio, San Antonio, TX, won the WOW! Award, best overall project, for Mission Concepcion Park, also in San Antonio.
Award categories included combination of hardscape products, concrete pavers, clay brick, and segmental retaining walls
Awards were sponsored by the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI), the Brick Industry Association (BIA), and National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA).