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ACIF Scholarships Awarded

For more than 22 years, the Alabama Concrete Industries Foundation has awarded scholarships to students enrolled in building science, engineering or architecture at our state’s universities. Since 1993, we have awarded 44 scholarships totaling over $240,000, and since 2006 the foundation has given away two $8,000 scholarships annually. Currently, these awards are the largest construction related scholarships in the state. Katie Sheibley  Katie Sheibley is a […]

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ACIF Continental Pheasant Shoot raises $20,000

The ACIF Continental Pheasant Shoot was held this past November, and raised more than $20,000 for the Foundation. Fourteen companies sponsored teams, with four member companies serving as overall sponsors. A total of 56 shooters participated. The event was held at Extreme Whitetails in Oneonta, AL, and takes place every two years to raise money for the Alabama Concrete Industry’s Foundation.

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Fourth Annual Butch Wyatt held in September

The Alabama Concrete Industries Association recently hosted its 4th Annual Butch Wyatt Concrete Cup, which was held in  appreciation for architects and engineers who are proponents of designing with concrete products. The event took place at Inverness Country Club in Birmingham on Monday, September 29, with more than 80 architects, engineers and industry representatives participating in the ACIA sponsored event. First Place Team: Gene Kelley (McKee & Associates), Darren Hamrick […]

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Concrete Representatives meet with Governor Bentley

On June 16, representatives from the Alabama Concrete Association, Alabama cement companies, ready mix producers and the Southeast Cement Association met with Governor Robert Bentley. The meeting was held at Brasfield and Gorrie in Birmingham, with its main purpose being the discussion of the increased use of concrete products in Alabama through concrete paving options and the importance of green building to the state, as […]

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ACIA Works with ALDOT to Increase Yardages for Bridgemasters

In June, the Alabama Concrete Association was successful in working with the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) to increase the yardage a concrete truck featuring a bridgemaster could deliver to an ALDOT project. Under the new regulations, bridgemaster trucks are now able to deliver 8.5 yards instead of the previous 7.5 yards. Based on testing by member companies and ALDOT, 8.5 yards maximized the average truck’s weight […]

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