Concrete

The Romans made concrete (opus caementicium) from quicklime, pozzolana and an aggregate of pumice. The stone-like material was used for the construction of roads and many structures. That infrastructure was a key component to the expansion of their empire. Concrete production knowledge has expanded ever since , and testing of the mix design, strength and performance is critical to insure the reliability we've all come to expect.

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