Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Trend of Adaptive Reuse

The Conco Companies have been on the forefront of many innovations in the concrete industry.  As such, we are extremely interested in all aspects of the building industry, including new trends, which is why we have started blogging about them.  … Continue reading

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The Trend of Constructing Super Tall Buildings

Continuing in our blog series about building trends of the future, one big trend over the last couple of decades has been the construction of taller and taller skyscrapers. Let’s go back to the 1970s.  When the 108-story Willis Tower … Continue reading

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The Trend of Architecture as Public Health

The Conco Companies have over fifty years of experience as commercial concrete contractors in the Western U.S. and we have been fortunate to have worked on many of the area’s most exciting architectural projects.   As part our ongoing blogs regarding … Continue reading

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Trends in the Building Industry

 As a highly successful commercial concrete contractor, The Conco Companies have had the opportunity to be a part of many innovative architectural projects over our more than fifty years in the industry.  As such we are always interested in exciting … Continue reading

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Conco Provides Assistance to Train Concrete Professionals

At The Conco Companies, we are fortunate to have over fifty years of success as commercial concrete contractors and throughout the years we have tried to fulfill our responsibility to give back to our communities.  One of the ways we … Continue reading

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Addressing the Skilled Workers Shortage

The hardest hit industries in the last recession were construction and manufacturing.   “The U.S. lost about 2.1 million construction jobs from December 2007 when the recession began through January 2011, when the industry’s employment hit its lowest level since 1996,” … Continue reading

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