Concrete Industry Management Program Breaks Records: CEG


The National Steering Committee (CNP) for the Concrete Industry Management (CIM) program – a business-intensive program that awards students a four-year bachelor of science degree in concrete industry management – ​​announced that it raised more than $1.740 million in gross revenue from its auction annual, organized jointly with the concrete world January 19.

“This year’s auction was a huge success, both in terms of the value of the items donated and the auction participants,” said Ben Robuck, chair of the CIM Auctions Committee.

“The results are indicative of the high value the concrete industry places on the CIM program. We thank the concrete industry for their tremendous support. In addition to a concrete mixer truck offered by Mack Trucks Inc. and McNeilus, a truck mounted concrete pump offered by Alliance Concrete Pumps, a truck chassis offered by NORCAL Kenworth and Kenworth Truck Co., a high performance mixer offered by Con-Tech Manufacturing Inc., an S-485 laser screed courtesy of Somero Enterprises, and a filler and filler from Shumaker Industries. Go Ready Mix Truck Wash, we had a variety of items targeted specifically for the concrete industry. »

“In addition to the items mentioned above, we were delighted to receive cement donations from cement industry leaders such as CEMEX, Holcim, Lehigh Hanson Inc., Argos Cement, St. Marys Cement Inc. ., Roanoke Cement Company, GCC, Martin Marietta as well as admixture donations from CHRYSO Inc., Master Builders Solutions, Sika USA and GCP Applied Technologies,” said Brian Gallagher, Chairman of CIM’s Marketing Committee.

“Once again we have had incredible support from World of Concrete show management, Informa and Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers,” said Gallagher. “We also thank the many companies such as Command Alkon, Volvo Construction Equipment, Beck Industrial, Multiquip Inc., Allen Engineering and the many companies who donated items to the auction to make it a complete success.”

In addition to the live auction, a silent auction also took place. This year, CIM achieved record silent auction proceeds. Live and silent auction items included cement, concrete saws, drills, mixers, vibrators, safety equipment, screeds, decorative concrete tools, water meters, pumps, generators, training sessions, reference books, iPads and laptops, sports travel packages and golf and vacation packages.

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