SPECIAL REPORTS

FEATURED REPORT

PCA SPECIAL REPORTS

Railroad Tile

Railway-Related Cement Consumption Outlook, May 2018

Whether it is a commute to work or the transportation of freight, railroads play an important role in the American economy. An increasing population and expanding suburbs will lead to growth in rail system miles and traffic on existing lines.


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Paving Long Term

Attitudes & Perceptions Study: Soil Cement, FDR and RCC Pavement Market 2018

PCA’s Market Intelligence Group conducted a market research survey targeting decision makers’ attitudes and perception in the soil cement, FDR & RCC pavement markets. The study was performed in conjunction with Roads & Bridges Magazine.

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Tariff Tile

Tariffs Impact on Cement Consumption, April 2018

The levying of tariffs could result in a bevy of economic scenarios – each offering differing adversities for the near-term health of the economy. 

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consumption

Long Term Cement Pavement Consumption Outlook, March 2018

PCA’s Market Intelligence Group has engaged in a comprehensive research project that estimates long-term opportunities for cement consumption.  The latest report focuses on roadway paving.

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oil price adjustments

Energy-Related Cement Consumption, September 2017

Market dynamics, technological advancements, and political policies have dramatically changed how the U.S. sources and consumes energy.  This report examines how these factors may shape future demand for cement consumption in the energy sector.  The report focuses on wind energy and pipeline construction as two energy segments that can provide long-term cement demand opportunities.  

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bridge

BRIDGE MARKET ASSESSMENT, AUGUST 2017

Bridges are a critical part of the nation’s infrastructure. Because they are an important ingredient in the United States’ logistical system, their condition can impact overall economic growth. There are more than 610,000 bridges in the United States, small and large, representing 369 million square meters in area. 

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