Life-cycle assessment (LCA) studies are the main tool used to measure the carbon footprints of building products at each phase of their cradle-to-grave lifespan.

The 2019 AGM & Industry Day will be held at the Kananaskis Mountain Lodge. The agenda is packed with speakers that are relevant to our industry and your business. Plan to attend!

Register now for the Concrete Alberta Golf Day on May 11, 2019 at the "new" Kananaskis Country Golf Club.

Protect your concrete this winter with these tips.

The Government of Alberta has introduced Bill 30, An Act to Protect the Health and Well-being of Working Albertans.

Site fencing and securement is everyone's responsibility.

Building codes, standards, and building owners are increasing their demands for better performing buildings. Modern codes provide a number of different compliance paths, allowing for a wide range of enclosure R-values to meet and exceed performance.

Largest Gathering of Canada's Cement and Concrete Industry Heads to Parliament Hill to Deliver One Message: "Build it Once. Build it Right. Build it to Last."

The term of apprenticeship for apprentice concrete finishers in Alberta is three years (three 12 month periods) that include 1,200 hours of on-the-job training in each period and four weeks of technical training in the first and second years.Find out more

ACI Concrete Flatwork Technician & Flatwork Finisher Certification Progam

City of Edmonton Zoning Bylaw - Landscaping Regulations

Changes to the minimum requirements for residential concrete.ABC 2014 is in Effect! New Energy Code 9.36 is in effect November 1st 2016!