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ConcreteWorks Education: Changing the Legislative Landscape in Favor of Concrete Construction

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Please join NRMCA's John Loyer, senior director of state and local government affairs and Tien Peng, vice president of sustainability, codes and standards, on Monday, September 19, from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m., in Nashville at ConcreteWorks for a session that will present the strategies and tactics you can take to introduce legislation and regulations at the state level that can favor concrete construction. It will present the tools and resources available from NRMCA, including lobbying advice, bill writing, outreach and coalition building. NRMCA has a library of model legislations to address fire safety, resilience and sustainability, each of which place concrete in a favorable position.
The session will also provide recommendations for defeating legislation that is detrimental to concrete at the state and local level and tie directly into NRMCA’s Build with Strength campaign that provides resources to help members and state affiliates advocate for resilient construction, including model legislation, talking points, public relations and other key strategies.
Click here to learn more and to register for ConcreteWorks. To learn more about how NRMCA can assist in state advocacy, please contact John Loyer at 703-675-7603 or

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