Concrete Pipe Week 2017

Join America’s concrete pipe industry in celebration August 20 to 26

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National Concrete Pipe Week will be observed from August 20 – 26, as the nation formally recognizes the vital importance of reinforced concrete pipe and precast concrete products to the health, safety and well-being of our citizens. The contributions of thousands of workers, hundreds of manufacturing plants and other industries that support concrete pipe producers – from truckers to sand and stone suppliers, cement producers to contractors and engineers – will likewise be acknowledged during this week-long celebration.

This is designed to educate communities and their leaders on the importance of our nation’s infrastructure and its concrete pipe and precast manufacturers. Join us, as we declare the significance of reinforced concrete pipe and precast to the quality of life and affirms the contributions of concrete pipe and precast industry to every state.

 

Proclamations signed by Governors

CPW 2017

Other Signed Proclamations

Astatula, FL    Orange County, FL     Winter Haven, FL
Pulaski County, AR

Letters of Support

Maine

Concrete Pipe Week in the News

  • Texas Concrete Pipe Association is conducting a training dayat the Beaumont District-TxDOT on August 23 in recognition of Concrete Pipe Week. Click here for agenda.
  • Oklahoma Concrete Pipe Association is conducting a training day with Oklahoma DOT on August 24 in recognition of Concrete Pipe Week. Click here for agenda.
  • Mississippi Signing 
  • Public agencies and private companies met at Arkansas’ State Capitol to recognize the contributions of the concrete pipe industry to the State of Arkansas.  They met Governor Asa Hutchinson who earlier in the month signed a Proclamation declaring August 20-26 as Concrete Pipe Week in Arkansas.  Professionals from the transportation industry talked to Governor Hutchinson about the recent legislative session where they helped defeat Senate Bill 322 and HB 2268 in the City, County and Local Affairs Committee. Click here for more info.