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Massive jack-shaped dolosse arrive at N.Y. harbor

Concrete SmartBrief | Jul 29, 2015

About 1,000 16-ton dolosse are being trucked to New York's Oswego Harbor to repair 850 feet of a detached breakwater. The jacks-shaped concrete structures interlock and will be placed according to a computer program to position them appropriately, keep them stationary and make sure they break up underwater waves to help protect the shore. The Post-Standard (Syracuse, N.Y.) (07/29)


Video, photos: 3D concrete printer

Concrete SmartBrief | Jul 28, 2015

34,000 y3 of concrete form dam at "one of largest civil engineering projects on Earth"

Concrete SmartBrief | Jul 31, 2015

Photos: Slipforming is used to build 761-foot test tower

Concrete SmartBrief | Jul 30, 2015

3 concrete technologies that could eradicate cracks, purify water

Concrete SmartBrief | Jul 28, 2015

Sensors monitor concrete as it cures, increase safety

Concrete SmartBrief | Jul 27, 2015

Renderings: 21,200 y3 of concrete are placed for tallest tower in L.A.

Concrete SmartBrief | Jul 30, 2015

Photos: 821-foot NYC tower tops out

Concrete SmartBrief | Jul 27, 2015

Video: Concrete foundation is placed at $500M project in Philly

Concrete SmartBrief | Jul 27, 2015

Renderings: Plans announced for $4B LaGuardia remake

Concrete SmartBrief | Jul 28, 2015


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