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Sponsored: PCA’s Ireland discusses the state of the cement industry

April 29, 2021By and

Portland Cement Association (PCA) president and CEO Mike Ireland discusses the health of the cement industry, the challenges producers currently face, how consumption is faring and more.

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Sponsored: PCA’s Ireland weighs in on an infrastructure bill

April 27, 2021By and

The Portland Cement Association’s Mike Ireland explains why he’s optimistic about the passage of an infrastructure bill in 2021 while outlining the political and pay-for hurdles that lie in the pathway to the finish line.

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With Joe Biden in the White House and tighter margins in the House and Senate, National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association leaders expect a more moderate agenda to be pursued. Photo: lucky-photographer/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

The White House grades each state’s infrastructure

April 13, 2021By

With the American Jobs Plan now in the public sphere, the Biden administration produced a series of fact sheets highlighting the infrastructure needs of every state.

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NSSGA, PCA weigh in on Biden’s infrastructure proposal

April 1, 2021By

The National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association’s (NSSGA) Michael Johnson and the Portland Cement Association’s (PCA) Mike Ireland issued written statements following the unveiling Wednesday of President Biden’s infrastructure plan.

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PCA plan to pursue carbon neutrality by 2050

November 17, 2020By

The Portland Cement Association (PCA) put forth an industry-wide ambition to reduce carbon emissions and further address the impacts of climate change.

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PCA actively promoting portland-limestone cement

October 7, 2020By

The Portland Cement Association (PCA) is promoting the product, which is engineered with more limestone, as a solution to curb greenhouse gas emissions.

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