We’ve addressed many common questions and concerns in our Frequently Asked Questions, but if you are looking for additional information on the ready-mix concrete industry, these sites can be useful resources:

Portland Cement Association: This industry association website, based in the U.S., has a wealth of information about cement and the concrete industry, including technology, economic estimates, sustainability, and other topics.

Canadian Cement Association: The Canadian industry association site is excellent for economic and technical information relating to cement and concrete production in Canada.

American Concrete Institute (ACI): An industry association dedicated to furthering training and knowledge, it’s a good source for technical and operational information.

BC Ready-Mixed Concrete Association: Locally relevant information can be found on the BCRMCA site.

Alberta Ready-Mixed Concrete Association: The Alberta industry association site has good project preparation information for the homeowner.

Canadian Ready Mixed Concrete Association: The national industry association site.

Wikipedia: While it is not a controlled content reference site like the industry association offerings, this public information source has excellent explanations and descriptions.

National and International Standards Organizations: Concrete and its component materials are produced and tested according to various standards issued by CSA, ASTM, ACI, CCIL, and other organizations.

BC Construction Safety Alliance: This industry association is dedicated to improving workplace safety through education and raising awareness.

Canadian Homebuilders’ Association of British Columbia: An association representing the residential construction industry in B.C.

Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation: A government-owned organization that can provide information on everything from housing finance options to building standards.

Insulating Concrete Form Association: An industry association for the ICF industry, offering good technical information on the advantages of using ICF in residential construction.


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