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CST aligns with Keystone Hardscapes

Keystone Hardscapes says Mid-Atlantic customers will benefit from innovation, marketing, and customer service.

QPR provides fast solution to asphalt repair

New Fast-Setting Asphalt Pavement Repair allows traffic surfaces to be repaired in minutes.

Atlanta company continues to meet the demand for commercial-grade materials in a constantly emerging industry. 

The new design features high wind resistance and labor cost savings.

Contractors can earn rewards for their loyalty to several Oldcastle APG brands.

The Clayton line is ideal for patios, walkways and pool decks.

The material ideal for repairing spalled, cracked or pitted concrete surfaces.

A comprehensive line of crack injection epoxies for concrete repair projects.

Mortar maker’s new website has sections designed for architects, masons and dealers.

Quikrete, a manufacturer of packaged concrete products for the building and home improvement markets, has announced the six winners of the Quikrete “What America’s Made Of” sweepstakes. The winners, who entered the contest at DannyLipford.com, each received a copy of the "Quikrete Guide to Concrete" book and up to $599 in Quikrete products to help build a patio, BBQ fire pit, walkway or outdoor kitchen.

A new forecast from the Portland Cement Association (PCA) nearly doubles the expected increase in cement consumption for the year, attributing the boost to both changes in construction activity and the projected amount of cement used in future projects.

Oldcastle Architectural, a leading producer of concrete masonry products in North America, has renamed its high-density, pre-finished architectural concrete masonry unit Cordova Stone, according to a company announcement. The rebrand is part of the company’s research and development in artisan stone veneers.

After a failed attempt at a merger, Martin Marietta Materials has launched a hostile $4.8 billion offer for its rival Vulcan Materials Co., according to the Wall Street Journal. The deal combines the two largest suppliers of construction aggregates -- one of the chief ingredients of concrete -- in the nation.

Towson, Md.-based DeWalt launched a new 40-lb. demolition hammer (D25960K), which has been designed to offer contractors elite performance, comfort, durability and ease of use. The D25960K is made for a variety of professionals, including electricians, waterproofers, and mechanical, concrete, demolition and general contractors.

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