56th Annual Awards 2018

May 9, 2019

117 Interstate Boulevard (ProLogis) 

56th Annual Awards 2018

Merit Award_Innovative

Sponsored by:

The New Jersey Chapter of the American Concrete Institute

The New Jersey Concrete and Aggregate Association

“Concrete was placed in this warehouse to create a seven-inch thick slab on grade. The joint spacing for the slab on grade was 118-feet by 104-feet with 65 pounds of steel fiber. A new type of slab construction method was used for this specific slab on grade, called the NeuCrete slab on grade, which is a wide slab extended joint floor system. The project also contained Pre-cast eight-inch Versacore panels.”

ARCO Elite Project Partners 2019

2019

ARCO Design /Build Industrial

Recognizes,

NEUBER CONCRETE

For your dedication to partnering with ARCO Design /Build Industrial in delivering quality and cost effective buildings.

55th Annual Awards 2017

May 10, 2018

Aurobindo 

55th Annual Awards 2017

Merit Award—Warehouse Tilt-up 

Sponsored by: The New Jersey Chapter of the American Concrete Institute

The New Jersey Concrete and Aggregate Association

“Aurobindo is the future of what our industrial warehouse concrete floor business will look like in the USA. This expanded joint floor is a successful example that it is possible to go beyond conventional joint spacing standards and ACI guidelines that are currently on the books.

The concrete contractor designed his own proprietary expanded joint floor system that performed all the below functions “in house” under one turnkey program for the general contractor and owner. No function or decision was left to outside third parties. All of the variables mentioned delivered a beautifully polished, 50-foot joint spacing (column line to column line) floor, with a 10-year performance warranty that is unheard of in this business, designed and tested for uniformly graded raw materials, flexural strength, and shrinkage beam molds.

The installation utilized 45 pounds of steel fiber per cubic yard, a slip sheet between the subgrade and installed floor, and dowel baskets at all saw joints. This included regular testing of gradations and F.M. of sand and stone to ensure the raw materials being quarried out of the ground and utilized in ready mix concrete production matched what was done in the lab.

The Aurobindo floor makes it look easy to achieve 50-foot, or longer, joint spacing. A “single” course design of steel fibers used at 45 pounds/cubic yard gives the concrete panels enough weight to hold down curling at the joint edges and maximize the loading area of the floor. This lowers the life cycle maintenance costs of the floor and handling equipment riding on it. Steel fibers have a higher modulus of elasticity than concrete and the proactive reinforcement stops micro cracking in its tracks. The total cubic yards of concrete used for this concrete floor was 19,000 yards.”

Neuber Once Again Recognized as an ARCO Elite Project Partner again for 2016

February 3, 2017

Neuber Concrete has once again been recognized by ARCO Design/Build Northeast as one of its Elite Partnerns at the Elite Partners Dinner on February 3rd, 2017 

Pictured are: Aaron Weir - Project Manager ARCO, Joel Sheldon - Vice President of Neuber Concrete, Nicholas Hasapes - Vice President of ARCO Design/Build Northeast.

Mr. Neuber Awarded for 6 years of Service

October, 2016

Appreciation Award for 6 years as Chairman ACI Committee 302 Construction of Slab on Grade. He completed his goal of getting the current 302 document published. Nice work Joe!

Neuber Recognized as an ARCO Elite Project Partner again for 2015

February 19, 2016

Neuber Concrete was recognized for thier dedication to partnering with ARCO Design/Build Northeast in delivering quality and cost effective buildings for year 2015.

Third Year of Recognition from ARCO

February 18, 2015

Senior Project Manager Joel Sheldon (pictured left) and General Superintendent Jim Heydt (right) of Neuber Concrete display plaques of recognition awarded to Neuber Concrete for "Dedication to partnering with ARCO Design/Build Northeast in delivering quality and cost effective buildings." This is the third year of recognition for Neuber Concrete as an ARCO Elite Project Partner.

"We are proud of the work that we do and it is gratifying to receive recognition," says Mr. Neuber. "We have a committed team and our success is a reflection of the dedication and enthusiasm of our employees. I couldn't be prouder of Joel and Jim and what they have contributed to Neuber's success, they are the best in our field and their leadership and skill has helped to build Neuber’s reputation in the industry.”

ARCO Recognizes Neuber Concrete and Stief Concrete Work

February 6, 2015

Neuber Concrete and Stief Concrete Works were recognized by ARCO Design/Build Northeast as ARCO Elite Project Partners at their annual awards event held in King of Prussia, PA for the CLOROX Project; a one million sq.ft. Tilt-Up building in Aberdeen, MD. Pictured left to right: Nicholas Hasapes Director of Operations ARCO NE, Joe Neuber President of Neuber Concrete, Mike Martin President Stief Concrete Works, and Rob Steigerwald Regional Manager ARCO NE

Fellow of the American Concrete Institute

April 14, 2013

Fellow—“A Fellow shall be a person who has made outstanding contributions to the production or use of concrete materials, products, and structures in the areas of education, research, development, design, construction, or management.” (Bylaws, Article II, Section 3.) Created in 1973, 736 members now hold the position of Fellow. They are recommended by the Fellows Nomination Committee and elected by the Board of Direction.

"Golden Trowel Awards"

1992, 1998, 2001

1992 - Flatest and Most Level Concrete Floor Slabs for Warner-Lambert MADC, Lititz, PA

1998 - Flat & Level Concrete Floors Defined Traffic, Wide Pours for QVC Distribution Facility, Lancaster, PA

2001 - Flat & Level Concrete Floors Defined Traffic, Wide Pours for Teva Project - Teva Pharmaceuticals, Montgomerville, PA

Outstanding Leadership in the Placement of Concrete Floor Technology - Allen Face & Company

2001

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