It was great to see our members at the CRMCA/CSSGA Summer Conference on August 12-13 in Vail!
The construction industry has been busy this year, even with all the changes we’ve seen across the country and in Colorado. The Colorado Ready Mixed Concrete Association (CRMCA) has been no different, following the political and the industrial updates throughout the year. For the Technical Committee group, some significant changes have just recently been seen and will be seen by the end of this year.
When you build with concrete, the advantages go beyond the product itself. You’ve got an entire community of professionals standing behind you—giving you the resources and support you need. And it all starts right here, with the latest design solutions, software guides and educational training to back you up every step of the way.
If you had told me 2021 would in many ways be more challenging than 2020, I wouldn’t have believed you. But the ready-mix industry is delivering on its promise to always test us. Whether it be labor constraints or supply shortages, our industry is faced with overcoming challenging headwinds.
CRMCA Communications Manager, Annelise Shepherd, earned a Master of Public Administration with a concentration in Environmental Policy & Management from the School of Public Affairs at the University of Colorado Denver in May of 2021.
In this month's blog, Todd Ohlheiser, discusses in-person association events and the wrap up of the 2021 Legislative Session.
More than 50 volunteers, including many CRMCA members, gathered in Woodland Park on Monday, June 7th for the Builder Blitz to assist in the construction of two of the 18 townhomes in the Woodland Park community.
For every certification the CRMCA administers, we look for assistance from our member company employees as Supplemental Examiners. All certifications need SEs, so there is always an opportunity to help!
To untangle the web of rules, guidance, and best practices, CSSGA/CRMCA are pleased to host a one hour webinar designed to address the current changes and answer industry specific questions about what might be coming.
With the entire globe seemingly re-opening at once, demand for construction materials is sky high. This presents new opportunities to sell the benefits of concrete, while showcasing our industry’s commitment to sustainability and community outreach. Through our committee work, the CRMCA is focused on bringing you, our members, the value you’ve come to expect. This summer we’ll provide opportunities for networking, training and education, certification, legislative influence, volunteer opportunities, and industry news.