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- Aquaponics Greenhouse, By Keith McCabe, DiGeronimo Aggregates, LLC
- The 11th Street Corridor Design-Build Project, By Michael Robinson, Carolina Stalite Company
- Overflow Parking at Cowboys Stadium, By Eric Nelson, Trinity Industries, Inc.
- I-80 Lightweight Aggregate Chip Seal Project , By Vernon Mortensen, Utelite Corporation
- Seal Coat Program: Armstrong Road, By TXI - Texas Industries, Inc.
- The Green at College Park, By Eric Nelson, TXI - Texas Industries, Inc.
- Poor Soil Conditions at Helipad Improved within Lightweight Aggregate Fill, By Ed Whalen, Norlite Corporation
- Q&A with Big River Industries' Jeff Speck on Hydrating Concrete From Within, By Laura Drotleff and Don Eberly, Big River Industries, Inc.
- Featured Project: Palomar Medical - West Main Hospital Building (Escondido, CA), Utelite Corporation
- Internal Curing Case Study: State Highway 121 (Collin County, TX), TXI - Texas Industries, Inc.
- Green Roofs for Healthy Cities Studies Media Depths and Microclimates, By Chuck Friedrich, Carolina Stalite Company
- Lightweight Aggregate Testimonial: "Best Source" for Chip Seal Projects, By Andrew Mackie, Buildex, Inc.
- Q&A with Big River Industries' Jeff Speck on Pervious Concrete: Pervious concrete with an expanded clay lightweight
aggregate base addresses storm water management issues and mandates, By Laura Drotleff and Don Eberly, Big River
- Featured Project: Intermountain Medical Center (Murray, UT), Utelite Corporation
- Bridge Rehabilitation in Taggart, Utelite Corporation
- The Amazon Comes to Indiana, By Jack Spaulding, Hydraulic Press Brick Company
- The Expanded Shale Clay and Slate Institute (ESCSI) Stays In Step with Sustainability, By John Ries, ESCSI
- Columbus Gardens - Urban Park and Rooftop Garden, By Keith McCabe, DiGeronimo Aggregates, LLC
- Featured Project: Nasher Sculpture Center (Dallas, TX), TXI - Texas Industries, Inc.
- Internal Curing Used in Multiple Bridges in New York, By Bill Wolfe, Norlite Corporation
- Safer, More Cost Effective Roads: ESCS lightweight aggregate, used in chip seal surface treatments, provided cost savings and a higher friction number for Louisiana Highway 3147, By Laura Drotleff and Don Eberly, Big River Industries, Inc.
- Lightweight Concrete Roof Tile Offers Fire Safety, Beauty and Value, By George Grygar, TXI - Texas Industries, Inc.
- Great Wolf Lodge, By Charles Freeman, Carolina Stalite Company
- Featured Project: 222 South Main Office Tower (Salt Lake City, UT), Utelite Corporation
- Lightweight Aggregate Improves Road Surfaces for Cyclists, By Dennis Woolman and Daron Brown, Buildex, Inc.
- New Lightweight Concrete Bridge Deck Facilitates Widening, By Reid Castrodale, PhD, P.E., Carolina Stalite
Company, and Steven C. Kerr, P.E.
- Lightweight Block, Heavyweight Benefits: At the Maryland Science Center, 24-inch-long lightweight concrete
masonry units paid for themselves by saving masons half the labor, By Laura Drotleff and Don Eberly,
Big River Industries, Inc.
- Featured Project: Sundial House (Highlands Ranch, CO), TXI - Texas Industries, Inc.
- Accelerated Bridge Construction = Lower Cost, By Darren Medeiros, Utelite Corporation
- Internal Curing: an unconventional idea...within a conventional business, By Ernest Cubit, TXI - Texas Industries, Inc.
- Firelane Goes Green: Firelane Structural Soil containing Expanded Clay provides a sustainable solution for Atlanta-area
apartment complex, By Laura Drotleff and Don Eberly, Big River Industries, Inc.
- Expanded Shale Utilized at World Trade Center 9/11 Memorial
- Featured Project: Multi-Agency State Government Office Building (Salt Lake City, UT) , Utelite Corporation
- Concrete Drying Times for Normal Weight and Lightweight Concrete in Real World Applications,
By Bill Wolfe, Norlite Corporation
- Hospice of Wake County, By Ken Harmon, Carolina Stalite Company
- The Weight of Sustainability - Does Weight Matter? By John Ries, ESCSI
- SmartWall Masonry Featured in recent PCA Concrete Homes Ask the Expert Newsletter, By Andrew Mackie,
- Featured Project: Joseph F. Smith Building - BYU Campus (Provo, UT), Utelite Corporation
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