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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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    Sunlight shines down on an artificial reef as a shoal of fish swim above the reef.

    Building Artificial Reefs: What to Expect

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    Lately, there’s been an increase in interest over the well-being of coral reefs. These marine habitats represent an estimated $2.7...

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    Two male engineers look at a mobile phone to see the Maturix platform at a construction site under a clear, sunny sky.

    Reducing the Risk of Hot Weather Concreting with Maturix® Sensors

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    As summer approaches us here at Kryton in Canada, we know that many of you will be planning your hot...

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    A comparison between concrete with and concrete without Hard-Cem shows that the concrete with Hard-Cem is smoother.

    Convert Your Concrete Slab from a Maintenance Liability to an Asset

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    When you think of concrete, it’s likely not long before you’re thinking about its durability. It’s one of the more...

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    Dust surrounds a construction worker wearing a mask as they drill into a floor.

    Silica Dust: The Dangers and How You Can Mitigate Them

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    While it doesn’t look like silica dust is going away anytime soon, you may want to consider using an alternative...

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    Two tanks belonging to Aquatera's water plant stand side by side near partially constructed structures.

    How Combining Concrete Admixtures Simplified Aquatera’s Expansion

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    Ever thought about what it takes to keep the water you drink and the water you see outdoors clean? It’s...

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    Some greenery is poking out over the concrete balcony of the Vancouver downtown library, which is surrounded by other buildings.

    Sustainable Architecture and Concrete: Why They Can Work Well Together

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    Sustainable architecture and concrete are not always considered compatible. After all, the production of concrete is known as the cause...

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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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