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SF-2700 Spotlight: Paving with 3D

Location: Ankeny, IA   Customer: Kingston Services, Des Moines, IA   Project: SW Vintage Parkway Connector   Application: Connecting the two end sections of SW Vintage Parkway, approximately 2,000 linear feet (609.6 m) with intermittent curbhead   Specifications: 22.5 feet (6.9 m) wide, 9 inches (22.9 cm) thick with 2% slope on the… Read More »

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Home Run for Natale Construction

Connecticut Power Curber owner Nick Natale of Natale Concrete Construction recently poured a unique profile with his 5700-Super-B for new high school athletic fields.   The new Warren Harding High School is being built to replace the existing 90-year old Harding High in Bridgeport, CT. The $106-million school will be over 144,000 square… Read More »

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2017 Trade Show Report

Power Curbers & Power Pavers enjoyed two great shows in Las Vegas this year: World of Concrete in January and ConExpo in March.   “We were pleased to see big turnouts at both WOC and ConExpo,” said Stephen Bullock, Vice President of Sales & Marketing. “More important than the numbers was the fact… Read More »

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5700-C with GPS Tackles Amusement Park Project

Cunningham DeLaney Construction, a turnkey civil and utility contractor located near the Gulf Coast of Alabama, has been building infrastructure for over 16 years. For several years, Cunningham DeLaney owned a slipform machine but sold it during the recession that began in 2008. Until 2015, most of the company’s concrete curb work was… Read More »

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Introducing the 7700 & SF-2404

Power Curbers & Power Pavers is proud to introduce two new products that made their debut at ConExpo in Las Vegas this spring.   The new Power Curber model is the 7700, a multipurpose machine designed for a wide variety of offset applications and paving up to 20 feet (6 m) wide.  … Read More »

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5700-C-MAX Pours Solar Power Field in Japan

Concrete may be an age-old construction method, but one Japanese project has integrated the benefits of slipformed concrete with new energy solutions.   LIXIL Corporation, a leading Japanese company in the living and housing solutions industry, has begun creating renewable energy sources by turning unused land as well as factory rooftops into solar… Read More »

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Paving the Way to a New Future

Power Pavers customer SunWest Construction Development Corporation is paving a runway, taxiways, and aprons for the new Bicol International Airport in the Philippines.   The P4.7 billion (105-million USD) project underway in the Daraga municipality of Albay province in the Bicol Region has been in the works since 2006 as a replacement to… Read More »

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Building a New Future in New Zealand

Rebuilding has been slow in the New Zealand city of Christchurch following the earthquake that rocked the island nation in 2011. With many buildings “red-zoned” and deemed unsafe after the quake, it has taken time for the city’s damaged infrastructure to be rebuilt.   With the construction of new roads and developments now in… Read More »

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Pouring Curb & Gutter on Hallowed Ground

Herrera Construction, Inc. of Jessup, MD, recently had the opportunity to use their Power Curber in one of the most honored historic locations in the Washington, DC, area – Arlington National Cemetery.   Located in Arlington, VA, just across the Potomac River from Washington, Arlington National Cemetery is the final resting place for… Read More »

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