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Maggie Clark is a content marketing specialist for Kryton International Inc., a leader in Smart Concrete® technology. As part of her work for Kryton, Maggie has published a piece for the Engineering News-Record and is the main author of the company’s blog and their monthly newsletter, Concrete Thoughts. Both of which deliver the latest news on construction and provide a number of tips and tricks to boost worksite productivity. Outside of work, she previously held the position of publications chair at Editors BC, where she acted as the managing editor for Editors BC’s blog, West Coast Editor. Maggie holds multiple degrees, including a bachelor of arts in professional communication degree from Royal Roads University, a writing diploma from Douglas College, and an editing certificate from Simon Fraser University.

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    Kryton's logo is on the left side while shades of Pantone's colors for 2021 are shown on the left.

    Pantone’s Colors for 2021 and What That Means for Architecture

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    In December of last year, the world got to see Pantone’s colors for 2021 for the first time. Since 1999,...

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    A concrete tunnel with grass on top of its entranceway sits in-between two rows of trees on vividly green grass.

    Lower Your Concrete Carbon Footprint with These 4 Innovative Methods

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    As great as it can be for construction, concrete often comes with a hefty carbon footprint. However, if you saw...

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    A vast ocean sits before numerous homes on a Hawaiian island that have had floodproofing.

    A Guide to Hawaiian Floodproofing: How to Meet FEMA Standards

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    If you’re new to construction projects in the Hawaiian region, then you’ll need to become familiar with floodproofing to ensure...

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    Haunted House Construction: Add a Boo-st of Fun to Your Work

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    Thinking of trying your hand at haunted house construction? At this time of year, it’s probably hard not to! After...

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    Interview: Seeing into the Future of Construction with Sensohive’s CEO

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    This year has seen the construction industry change in a number of ways. Many companies have had to adapt to...

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  • Concrete Best Practices
    An orange tabby is sitting in a toolbox and wearing a Kryton hard hat in order to work on some pet-friendly construction

    Your Pet-Friendly Construction Guide: How to Build the Purrfect Place

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    It’s National Pet Insurance Month in North America, so to celebrate, we’re sharing our thoughts on pet-friendly construction. After all,...

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    Low-carbon concrete surrounds a single lean and vibrantly green tree.

    Why You Need Low-Carbon Concrete (and How We Can Help)

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    Lately, more and more companies in the concrete industry are starting to come out with their own low-carbon concrete mixes....

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    Liquid Hardeners vs Hard-Cem

    Liquid Hardeners vs Hard-Cem®: Which Is Better for Concrete Durability?

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    However you’re involved in concrete construction, you know that concrete durability (or more specifically its abrasion resistance) is critical to...

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