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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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  • KIM Projects Projects
    An AirFrance airplane takes off from the YVR airport, which recently had one of its largest airport terminal expansions.

    A Look at How Kryton Helped YVR’s Largest Airport Terminal Expansion Take Flight

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    While many view airports as just another way to travel, they are much more than that. They are a hub...

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  • Concrete Best Practices General Sustainable Construction
    A worker in a forklift is loading packed goods onto shelves in a packed warehouse that's been designed with warehouse optimization in mind.

    4 Key Warehouse Optimization Tips for Building a Better Business

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    Ever since the pandemic, there’s been an increase in demand for warehousing around the world. That was especially the case...

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  • Sustainable Construction
    Two miniature white turbines sit on top of architecture plans for Passive House and net-zero construction next to a cardboard tube, a pair of glasses, and two pencils.

    What’s the Difference between Passive House and Net-Zero Construction?

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    As the concrete industry worldwide looks to make net-zero-carbon concrete possible by 2050 and net-zero construction itself becomes more popular,...

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  • Concrete Sensors
    At the top of a small mound under a blue sky, a Maturix Sensor is resting at an angle against an orange carrying case with the Maturix logo on it.

    Calculating the Maturity of Concrete with Maturix®: What Are the Benefits?

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    Nowadays, it’s more important than ever that contractors keep a close eye on their concrete’s development. After all, material delivery...

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  • Concrete Best Practices General Most Popular Sustainable Construction
    A panoramic aerial view of a highway bridge among vast amounts of greenery.

    Net-Zero-Carbon Concrete: What It Is and How to Make It Possible

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    Like many in the construction industry, you’d probably love it if net-zero-carbon concrete were available right now. After all, it’s...

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  • Concrete Best Practices Concrete Design General
    High-performance concrete is being poured into an area for a project.

    The Disadvantages of Using High-Performance Concrete for Abrasion Resistance

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    Many people in the concrete industry still think that high strength cures all. This is, unfortunately, not true. High-performance concrete...

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  • Concrete Best Practices Concrete Waterproofing Most Popular Sustainable Construction
    A building professional is lifting a torn membrane to see the reason for the waterproofing membrane failure.

    What Can External Waterproofing Membrane Failure Teach Architects about Sustainable Construction?

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    No matter your experience with waterproofing membrane failure, waterproofing breaches are not so easy to spot. In fact, according to...

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  • Concrete Sensors Most Popular
    A construction worker is holding a Maturix Sensor in one hand and a thermocouple cable in the other hand.

    Why Maturix® Is Leading the Concrete Sensor Market with Next-Gen Tech

    Written by: Maggie Clark

    Technology is always evolving. That hasn’t been any less true for the concrete monitoring field. Not long ago, contractors were...

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