Concrete Pipe News

05Sep 2017

– Editorial – Industry Issue – Concrete Pipe Week Strengthens in 2017   Proclamations recognizing Concrete Pipe Week were signed by the offices of governors, senators, and mayors in 32 states representing 76% of the population of the United States of America. Statistics for Concrete Pipe Week 2017, and the popularity of plant tours, education, and […]

31Jul 2017

Concrete Pipe News Summer 2017 Boosting ACPA’s social media presence Facebook is the ACPA’s most active business social media site with 947 LIKES. What does this mean to the ACPA at a time when its leaders are encouraging a greater social media presence? Liking a page means you’re connecting to that page. Liking a post […]

31Jul 2017

Concrete Pipe News Summer 2017 Pipe School and Pipe Show 2018 January 15-18, Murfreesboro, Tennessee Sewers and culverts must be resilient and regarded as critical to America’s health and safety. In 2009, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) launched Every Day Counts (EDC) to speed up the delivery of highway projects and to address the challenges […]

31Jul 2017

Concrete Pipe News Summer 2017 By: Clay Prewitt H2 Pre-Cast Inc. H2 Pre-Cast Inc. supplied split box sections for construction of a box culvert used for fish passage on the North Fork Issaquah Creek under the East Lake Sammamish Parkway in Issaquah, Washington. The 26-foot x 11-foot precast concrete culvert was installed in just three days. The […]

31Jul 2017

Concrete Pipe News Summer 2017 – Feature Story By: Clay Prewitt H2 Pre-Cast Inc. Spokane, Washington is completing a network of buried concrete combined sewer overflow (CSO) structures. These structures store excess water during heavy rainstorms and rapid snowmelt, until the storm surge subsides and the water can be sent to the Riverside Park Water Reclamation […]

31Jul 2017

Concrete Pipe News Summer 2017 – Editorial By: Russell Tripp American Concrete Pipe Association These old lyrics, “Getting to know you…” from the musical “The King and I,” very much define the expectations of our elected representatives at the state and federal levels who have anything to do with America’s infrastructure – below and above ground. […]