• Engage, Support & Inspire

    Wednesday, June 20, 2018

    Español | Translation Sponsored by Nox-Crete Products Group By: Lindsey Bloomquist Images: Francisco Vera The Tilt-Up Concrete Association (TCA) is committed to engaging, supporting and inspiring students across the globe who are interested in the tilt-up building system. To fulfill this commitment, the TCA offers a wide variety of resources to aid student projects, connect […]

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  • Lake|Flato – Francis Parker School

    Wednesday, June 20, 2018

    Español | Translation Sponsored by Nox-Crete Products Group By: Mitch Bloomquist, Executive Director, Tilt-Up Concrete Association Images: Paul Hester, Hewitt Garrison, Frank Ooms Francis Parker School is a private, independent, coeducational college preparatory day school for students in junior kindergarten through grade 12. Founded in 1912, the school is located in San Diego, California. Parker’s […]

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  • The Advantages of PVC Reveals in Decorative Tilt-Up

    Wednesday, June 20, 2018

    Español | Translation Sponsored by Nox-Crete Products Group Since the Romans built the aqueducts – and probably even before that – builders have been using a variety of masonry techniques to add decorative detail to the facades of their structures. Textured surfaces, or rustication, add visual interest and make surfaces look more complex than they […]

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  • Training for the Future

    Tuesday, June 19, 2018

    Español | Translation Sponsored by Nox-Crete Products Group By: Robert Werthamer, AIA LEED AP, Zyscovich Architects Images: Steven Brooke Studios Brightline, formerly All Aboard Florida, is resurrecting the passenger rail service that spearheaded the original development along Florida’s Eastern Seaboard. Brightline was designed by SOM in association with Zyscovich Architects. The stations here represent the […]

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  • Revised TCA Guideline For Temporary Wind Bracing

    Wednesday, April 25, 2018

    Español | Translation Sponsored by Nox-Crete Products Group The Tilt-Up Concrete Association (TCA) announces the availability of the completely revised TCA Guideline for Temporary Wind Bracing of Tilt-Up Concrete Panels During Construction version 18.1. This release supersedes all previous versions. Version 18.1 of this guideline, updated by Joseph J. Steinbicker, P.E., S.E., FTCA, incorporates the […]

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Industry Press

Feb
10

Panattoni Construction is now Alston Construction Company

Panattoni Construction announced that it has changed its name to Alston Construction Company. For more than 25 years, Panattoni Construction, now Alston has offered its clients a broad platform of general contracting, construction management and design-build services. Alston Construction Company has a diverse experience profile, including industrial, commercial office, healthcare, education, retail and government projects. […]

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Feb
3

TCA Announces New Board Members

The Tilt-Up Concrete Association (TCA) – a non-profit international organization that serves to expand and improve the use of tilt-up as the preferred building system – has elected three new board members for the 2014 year. The new board members were announced at the TCA’s annual meeting, which took place at the 2014 World of […]

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Jan
29

Tilt-Up Concrete Association Announces San José State University (SJSU) as the Education Partner for the 2014 TCA Convention

The Tilt-Up Concrete Association (TCA) – a non-profit international organization that serves to expand and improve the use of tilt-up as the preferred building system – has announced that it will partner with San José State University (SJSU) as the education partner for the 2014 TCA Convention. The TCA’s annual convention brings together contractors, engineers, architects, suppliers, […]

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Jan
2

Celebration/Contemplation

INTERPRETING THE FORT BEND COUNTY VETERANS MEMORIAL | SUGAR LAND, TX By: Jeffrey Brown, AIA | Powers Brown Architecture This monument is offered to the veterans of Fort Bend County as an inadequate acknowledgement of their service to the United States of America. Interpreting the monument requires a willingness to accept it that appeal to […]

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Oct
7

Bread and Butter

By: Mitch Bloomquist | Tilt-Up Concrete Association Over the past 10+ years, much has been published regarding the capacity of tilt-up to deliver multistory, irregularly shaped, complex projects. The Tilt-Up Concrete Association’s Annual Tilt-Up Achievement Awards Program has evidenced the ever increasing variety of project types, forms and sizes that have since become commonplace. The […]

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Oct
4

Enabling Ingenuity

By: Steve Guest, Principal with RMW architecture & interiors and Co-Chair of the 2014 TCA Convention Host Committee Planning for the Tilt-Up Concrete Association (TCA) 2014 Convention in Northern California (9/29/14-10/1/14) is shifting into high gear and received a big boost last week when the Architecture Division of California College of the Arts (CCA), in […]

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Member News

Jan
2

Celebration/Contemplation

INTERPRETING THE FORT BEND COUNTY VETERANS MEMORIAL | SUGAR LAND, TX By: Jeffrey Brown, AIA | Powers Brown Architecture This monument is offered to the veterans of Fort Bend County as an inadequate acknowledgement of their service to the United States of America. Interpreting the monument requires a willingness to accept it that appeal to […]

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Jan
2

How do you Define Value?

1val·ue noun \’val-(,)yü\ : the amount of money that something is worth : the price or cost of something : something that can be bought for a low or fair price : usefulness or importance Over 500 people participated in this year’s TCA Annual Convention held in Houston, TX. I attended the event along with […]

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Nov
11

2014 Media Kit – Tilt-Up Today

Tilt-Up Today, a publication of the Tilt-Up Concrete Association, is the source for tilt-up industry news, market intelligence, business strategies, technical solutions, product information, and other resources for professionals in the tilt-up industry. Tilt-Up Today is the only publication that exists which captures the pulse of the global tilt-up industry and disseminates this information efficiently […]

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Oct
22

TCA Announces Winners of 2013 Alphonse J. Engelman Safety Awards

The Tilt-Up Concrete Association (TCA) – the global authority for the tilt-up industry – has announced the winners of the eighth annual safety awards. The Alphonse J. Engelman Safety Awards Program honors Al Engelman, a TCA past president and board member as well as a long-time supporter of the tilt-up industry. Engelman helped introduce this […]

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Oct
16

Connect-EZ™, LLC and Tilt-Up Design Systems, LLC Announce Supplier Sponsorship

CONNECT-EZ, LLC has reached an agreement with Tilt-Up Design Systems, LLC (TDS) to become a Supplier Sponsor of TDS and Tilt-Werks, their web-based tilt-up design and construction software. The sponsorship gives CONNECT-EZ the ability to communicate directly with the Tilt-Werks community in real-time as projects are being designed and built. “We are very pleased to […]

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Oct
15

Dayton Superior Expands Service Offering

Dayton Superior announced the company is expanding their broad range of value-added services to include brokerage services for new and used forming and shoring products as well as tilt-up braces. The company will work as a third party to bring together buyers and sellers of new and used equipment and will facilitate the purchase, sale […]

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