Think your jobsite is warm? Trying to pour concrete in a place where the temperature rarely dips below 90 degrees is a challenge. In Arizona, where recent record temps have reached highs of 118 degrees, construction workers are choosing to work by the light of the moon rather than under the heat of the sun.
In the Midwest we can be thankful for our (occasionally) hot and sticky summers. At least we are able to practice the art of concrete during daylight hours.