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[ Picture ] American Concrete Contractors Association
Dedicated to establishing a powerful, united organization with the ability to negotiate cost and services for the benefit of the concrete contractor. Created BY concrete contractors FOR concrete contractors.
[ Picture ] American Concrete Institute
The American Concrete Institute provides timely concrete and masonry information that's useful, reliable, easily accessible, and clearly written. Based on their knowledge and experience, our members: Create the information-filled documents we publish. Teach the seminars we present. Certify the people who work with concrete.
[ Picture ] American Concrete Pavement Association
ACPA is the premier national association representing concrete pavement contractors, cement companies, equipment and material manufacturers and suppliers. We are organized to address common needs, solve common problems, and accomplish goals related to research, market development, local promotion, design, construction and best practices of Portland Cement Concrete pavements.
[ Picture ] American Concrete Pumping Association
Our purpose is to provide education, insurance, marketing, and much more to companies involved with the concrete pumping industry. Our dedication to the concrete pumping industry has led us to become a key part in the education of safety and business management to everyone involved, from the operators to the management.

Cement and Concrete Association of New Zealand
The Cement and Concrete Association of New Zealand is a non-profit organisation whose mission is to develop, promote and encourage the competitive, safe and innovative use of cement and concrete products, and to improve public product-awareness through information systems and education.
Concrete Joint Sustainability Initiative 
The Concrete Joint Sustainability Initiative is an industry coalition dedicated to educating the industry, its members, and the public about the role and responsibilities of concrete in sustainable development.
[ Picture ] Environmental Council of Concrete Organizations
Members of the Environmental Council of Concrete Organizations are dedicated to improving the quality of the environment by working to increase awareness of the environmental aspects and benefits of concrete and concrete products.
[ Picture ] International Association of Concrete Drillers & Sawers
The International Association of Concrete Drillers & Sawers (IACDS) is an organization of professional drilling and sawing associations from the concrete construclion and renovation industry around the globe.

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International Concrete Repair Institute
ICRI, the only association in the concrete industry solely devoted to repairs, publishes a bimonthly magazine, adopts technical guidelines for concrete repair, and co-sponsors the World of Concrete. Local chapters provide networking opportunities. Worldwide membership includes contractors, manufacturers, engineers, distributors, owners, others with a common goal: prolonging the useful life of concrete through quality repair, restoration, and protection.

International Grooving & Grinding Association
The mission of the International Grooving and Grinding Association (IGGA) is to promote the increased and proper use of diamond grinding and grooving on all pavement surfaces as well as the preservation and restoration of PCC pavement. The IGGA works proactively with the public and private sectors to develop quality oriented specifications and standards, promote and transfer technology, provide regulatory support, share best practices and communicate the benefits of diamond grinding, grooving and PCC pavement preservation / restoration to specifiers, owners and users alike.
National Stone, Sand, and Gravel Association
The association represents the crushed stone, sand and gravel—or aggregate—industries. Our members produce 90% of the crushed stone and 70% of the sand and gravel consumed annually in the United States. More than three billion tons of aggregate (or 2.72 billion metric tons) were estimated to have been produced in the U.S. in 2000 at a value of approximately $14.2 billion, according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). The aggregate industry workforce is made up of about 120,000 men and women.
[ Picture ] National Precast Concrete Association
News and Information about the Precast Concrete Industry

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
NIOSH offers information and publications pertaining to Workplace Safety and Health.

Portland Cement Association
Since its founding in 1916, the Portland Cement Association has had the same mission: "Improve and expand the uses of portland cement and concrete."
Continuing Education for Licensed Professionals
Seal/No Seal Group
The Seal/No Seal Group was formed to respond to the age-old industry question about the value of sealing concrete pavement joints. Its mission is to develop a committed membership that takes responsibility for determining the long-term effectiveness of sealants in concrete pavements.

World of Concrete
World of Concrete, together with The Producer Center and World of Masonry, is the ultimate showcase for the equipment, products and technology in the commercial construction industry. In February, these three events combine to deliver face-to-face interaction with manufacturers, hands-on experience with the latest products and in-depth training from the industry experts.



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