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Tremron eyes Central Florida’s Atlantic Coast in new hardscape product plant

Tremron has commenced paver and other hardscape unit output at a Pompano Beach, Fla., plant, which joins the company’s four other Sunshine State production sites, plus an Atlanta satellite operation. The additional capacity positions Tremron to focus on products specific to markets from Pompano Beach north to Daytona Beach.

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Artistic Paver builds Golden State footprint, polished stone program

North Miami Beach-based Artistic Paver Mfg. has shored up its West Coast presence, opening a southern California distribution center for Steplock and Roadlock series paving units from the company’s Case Grande, Ariz., plant. Offerings will include the latest addition to the Steplock West Coast line, Limestonelock, promoted as a “sophisticated paver with the smoothness found in limestone,” available in ‘polished’ or ‘polished and antiqued’ finishes’ plus Almond, Holly Brown or Linen Grey colors.

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Galvanized deck elevates IBC/IRC-compliant paving stone installations

Certification of Evolutiondeck SPX structural members as International Building Code- and International Residential Code-compliant will provide big box retailers and independent hardscape/landscape dealers new leverage in promoting paver and patio slab projects. Tailored to vertical and horizontal conditions, the Z- and C-shaped SPX sections are fabricated from 18-gauge galvanized steel, load tested in excess of 500 lbs./square foot, and combine with smaller detail sections to create the Paverdeck system.

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Command Center concrete maturity, temperature monitoring system

Pavement engineer Transtec Group has released Command Center 2.0, citing updated desktop and mobile software, improved readers for data collection, and a more durable, highly visible sensor cable than the predecessor model. Practitioners use the device to track maturity, strength, and internal temperature of fresh, in-place concrete. New CC 2.0 software increases efficiency to meet required specifications for maturity monitoring, thermal control plans, hot and cold weather concreting, precast production and mass placements.

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Report tracks 28 percent jump in water, wastewater infrastructure outlays

Municipal water and wastewater utilities’ budgeting suggests pipe, treatment plant and pump expenditures will exceed $532 billion between 2016–2025, representing a 28 percent increase against comparable investment over the 2006–2015 window.

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