Concrete Engineering International Magazine
Concrete Engineering International magazine targets all those involved in the global concrete industry – covering concrete projects from around the world – in an attractive format.
The bi-annual journal offers the reader detailed information on concrete-related topics, with articles from respected industry experts. Each issue gives readers a global news round-up, a list of up-coming industry events and reports on new concrete projects, techniques and developments in industry equipment and materials.
Concrete Engineering International magazine is available in both printed and digital ‘page turning’ formats and is sent free to all Concrete Society members, and as part of a subscription package with Concrete magazine.
If you would like to contribute to Concrete Engineering International magazine, new authors are always welcome on any concrete-related topic – there are no charges or advertising obligations but all articles must be objective.
Devoted to the design, construction, technology and use of concrete as a structural material and combining high-level technical content together with international articles, features and regional reports, Concrete provides the most versatile of structural materials what it craves the most: a positive vibrant image.
Essential reading for all those working in the concrete industry Concrete is available in both printed and digital ‘page turning’ formats and is sent free to Society members as well as being available by annual subscription. Ten issues are published annually providing technical articles, project reports, current practice sheets and updates on innovation and best practice in construction, materials and systems, both in the UK and internationally. Every month Concrete provides:
- a news round-up to help you stay in touch with what’s going on in the concrete industry
- a ‘Concrete Diary’ of industry events
- technical articles and project case studies on a variety of ‘concrete’ topics
- the latest products and services.
Concrete welcomes new authors and accepts technical papers, articles and project case studies on any concrete-related topic – there are no charges or advertising obligations but all articles must be objective