KHL's International Concrete Construction 2010 now available

By Richard High14 September 2010

KHL Group's latest directory, International Concrete Construction 2010, is now available via's Information Store.

A cradle-to-grave guide spanning concrete production, applications and end-of-life decommissioning, International Concrete Construction 2010 provides information on the techniques and equipment used in the global concrete construction industry, along with full market information.

With input from KHL's high-experienced editorial team, International Concrete Construction 2010 is designed to appeal to those involved in the cement and concrete industries around the world.

But it doesn't just focus on contractors.

It is a large and diverse industry, and International Concrete Construction 2010 attempts to address this by taking a 'cradle to grave' look at the concrete sector.

To that end we have included in-depth features on every aspect of the concrete cycle, from the extraction of the raw materials, through mixing, placing, forming and paving, right through to the demolition of structures at the end of their life.

In addition to these articles on machinery and techniques, International Concrete Construction 2010 includes several 'White Papers' on cutting edge research in the industry, as well as economic facts in the 'Market Overview' section.

Finally, we have included information from our database of construction equipment on machines specific to the concrete industry.

By combining all these strands of information, we hope to have provided a reference document for those working in the industry that reflects the size and diversity of the global concrete sector.

To see sample pages and order your copy CLICK HERE

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