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The following articles are designed to help ensure quality concrete on every job. If you have any questions or suggestions for additional information you would find helpful, please contact us.

Concrete Cracking FAQ (PCA)
Concrete Technology FAQ’s (PCA)
Mortar Flaking (AVR & Affiliates, Inc.)
Slab Surface Prevention Repair (PCA)

Concrete In Practice (CIP) Brochures

Courtesy of the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association, Silver Spring, Maryland, USA. CIPs are copyrighted information by NRMCA, and no part of the publication may be reproduced in any form, including photocopying or other electronic means, without permission in writing from the NRMCA.

CIP 2 Scaling Concrete Surfaces
CIP 3 Crazing Concrete Surfaces
CIP 5 Plastic Shrinkage Cracking
CIP 6 Joints in Concrete Slabs on Grade
CIP 11 Curing In-Place Concrete
CIP 12 Hot Weather Concreting
CIP 13 Concrete Blisters
CIP 19 Curling of Concrete Slabs
CIP 20 Delamination of Troweled Concrete Surfaces
CIP 27 Cold Weather Concreting
CIP 40 Aggregate Popouts
CIP 42 Thermal Cracking

Additional information may be found on NRMCA’s website.

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