With the assistance of the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association, CRMCA has developed a plan to expand the CTAC program throughout North America.
BWS CO along with Open Range Construction and Habitat for Humanity of Teller County will be hosting a Builder Blitz on June 7, 2021. Volunteers will gather to stack Insulated Concrete Form (ICF) walls and observe a concrete pour to complete the walls all in one day!
The Association’s committees and Board of Directors have been hard at work, providing a unified voice that supports our agenda. From our commitment to sustainability and resilient building products through Build With Strength, to our successful ACI certification program, the Association is working on your behalf to ensure we continue to build Colorado with concrete.
We are constantly rising to the challenge of educating the building community on the benefits of the concrete industry.
CRMCA partnered with local Colleges and Universities to advance the knowledge base of engineering and construction management students by administering Field I Testing Technician Certifications.
Join Colorado State Patrol's Sgt. Todd James on May 13 at 10:00 a.m. MST for a DOT Audit Webinar. During the event, Sgt. James will cover commonly asked questions and topics to prepare you for a DOT Audit.
Join the Colorado Ready Mixed Concrete Association and the Colorado Stone, Sand & Gravel Association for our first in-person networking event of 2021! The event will be held at Ace Eat Serve on Tuesday, June 15 and cocktails and appetizers will be served.
This year's event is scheduled for August 12-13 in Vail, CO.
During the event, Jeremy Gregory with the MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub will present on "Advancements in Sustainability & Resilient Building Practices" followed by brief remarks delivered by Governor Jared Polis. Plan to join us for this informative discussion!
Check out this video produced by Habitat for Humanity of Teller County recapping the ICF training with Open Range Construction!