CAMBRIDGE, MA – Verifi published its 2013 Concrete Quality Report, which provides an analysis of concrete delivery data recorded by Verifi from across the United States. The report shows aggregated, anonymous data for critical concrete properties and productivity metrics including slump, temperature, water added, admixture added, time, and volume.

The report is available at: http://verificoncrete.com/publications/2013-concrete-quality-report/.

Verifi’s proprietary sensors provide unprecedented visibility into concrete delivery by recording data at the plant, in transit, and at the jobsite. Data is recorded for every load.

The 2013 Concrete Quality Report provides unique insights for ready mix concrete producers, engineers, and contractors. The report can be used to establish industry benchmarks and set goals for enhancing business productivity and concrete quality.

For example, the 2013 Concrete Quality Report answers:

  • What slumps do contractors most commonly want?
  • What load sizes are ordered?
  • How much time do trucks spend in the plant and on site?
  • What is the busiest day and time to order concrete?
  • How do slump changes on site affect productivity?
  • How much water is typically added after batching?
  • How does concrete temperature change by season?
     

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