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Free "Concrete International"s in Dallas

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I think it is OK to post this notice here. If not, I'm certain someone will let me know.

We are moving our office in Dallas and reducing our space. I have about 25 years worth of "Concrete International" magazines (from the American Concrete Institute), about 12 years of ASTM V4.02 on concrete and aggregates, a couple of years of old ACI Manuals of Practice and various issues of "Concrete Producer" and other related magazines. Regretfully I will not have room to keep these materials.

If anyone wants these they can have them for free. You just need to come by and pick them up. Bring boxes, since I need what I have for the move. Altogether they take up 2 five shelf bookcases.

You might want to call first.

Jay Shilstone


James M. Shilstone, Jr., FACI                 jay2003.shilstone(--nospam--at)shilstone.com
The Shilstone Companies, Inc.                 214-361-9681
9400 N. Central Expy., #105                   800-782-8649
Dallas, TX  75231                             FAX: 214-361-7925
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