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Ready-mixed concrete is manufactured in a plant according to a specific recipe and delivered to a construction site in a cement mixer. The main advantages of ready-mixed concrete over on-site concrete are the greater precision of the mixture and reduced chances of miscommunication at the work site. Read More »
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Ready mixed concrete is one type of concrete used in the concrete industry. Learning more about it will help a small business owner make wise financial decisions when placing his or her order for the material.
The National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA) is a great place to start your research. Its website (nrmca.org) features resource links to everything about the concrete industry. Find information about membership, certifications, codes, standards, operations, safety, sustainability and other research data. It also contains an online buying guide and additional consumer tools.
Many states also have their own organizations devoted to the concrete industry. For example, the Indiana Ready Mixed Concrete Association (IRMCA) offer news specific to the area. Its website (irmca.com) offers consumer resources, local trade award announcements and more.
You can find a company that offers the product through an organization's website. Other options include doing an online search for your specific location. Examples include, Ready Mixed Concrete Company (rmcc.com) in North Carolina, RM (readymixedconcrete.com) in Nebraska, Boral Ready Mixed Concrete Company (concretecolorado.com) in Colorado, A&A Associated Ready Mix Concrete, Inc. (aareadymix.com) in California and Transmit Mix Concrete & Materials (transitmixconcrete.com) serving Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas.
The website Ready Mix Concrete Nationwide (readymix-concrete.com) offers a searchable database of companies by state and a calculator to estimate your material needs. Find out more about ready mixed concrete through the resource links found on this Business.com page.