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ACIA sponsors ASCE’s Concrete Canoe Competition

The ACIA is proud to have served as the primary sponsor for the University of Alabama’s American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) student chapter at this year’s regional concrete canoe competition. The association’s sponsorship allowed the 11 person team to travel to the ASCE Southeast Region Competition March 19 – 21, 2015. At the March event, the UA team competed with 27 other universities from […]

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Parking Lot Seminar May 13

Do you want to learn how today’s concrete parking lots offer a low cost, long-term solution? Then please join us for the “Design and Construction of Concrete Parking Lots” seminar on Wednesday, May 13 at the AGC Headquarters, 5000 Grantswood Road, in Birmingham. The event will be held from 11am-1pm, with lunch being served. There is no fee to attend. Topics to be covered include: • […]

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2015 Truck Driver Championship held in April

On a beautiful Saturday in April, some of the state and industry’s best concrete truck drivers gathered at Talladega SuperSpeedway  to compete in the Alabama Concrete Association’s 2015 Truck Driver Championship, commonly known as the “Truckin’ Rodeo.” The annual event is held each spring, and the drivers are encouraged to bring their family members and friends to cheer them on. The rodeo gives the drivers […]

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Goat Hill Report Week Ending April 24, 2015

Burning Days and No Resolution on the General Fund The Alabama Legislature has now passed the half way point of the session with only 14 possible meeting days left for the year.   Still needing to be addressed is the two ton elephant in the room, the General Fund Budget and the approximately $500 short fall.   The Governor continues to tour the state discussing the huge […]

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Goat Hill Report Week Ending April 3, 2015

Will Legislators Listen to the Governor? On Tuesday morning I joined lobbyists from the business community and public employee organizations to hear a presentation by Finance Director Bill Newton. Newton began the presentation highlighting the dire financial position of the 2016 budgets. He added the Governor’s 2016 budgets had cut all available fat and the problem could only be solved by raising taxes now. Newton […]

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