Giatec Welcomes Hilltop Companies as a New SmartRock™ Plus Producer

Hilltop Companies, a lead supplier in quality ready mixed concrete, partners with Giatec to offer SmartRock™ Plus to local contractors.

SmartRock™ Plus is a value-added solution offered to contractors and construction companies who want to obtain real-time concrete temperature and strength results on the jobsite. This is critical information that is used to optimize various processes such as formwork removal, post-tensioning, curing optimization and opening road to traffic.

Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, Hilltop Companies has provided quality aggregates and ready mixed concrete for over 70 years. Hilltop Companies offers contractors, architects, and engineer’s alike decades of knowledge and experience that result in quality products and performance. They are dedicated to provide reliable and superior products in the Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and West Virginia area.

Hilltop Companies joins the list of leading ready-mix producers currently offering SmartRock™ Plus including Concrete Materials (Sioux Falls, SD), Stoneway Concrete (Seattle, WA), Angelle Materials (Baton Rouge, LA), and Tomlinson (Ontario, Canada).

Giatec is a leading technology company in the development of smart concrete testing technologies. These include advanced laboratory devices for durability-based quality control of concrete, portable NDT probes for corrosion detection and condition assessment of existing infrastructure, and wireless rugged sensors for monitoring concrete properties in real-time. SmartRock Plus™, is an IoT-based solution developed by Giatec that leverages ready-mix producer’s data combined with embedded sensors to offer a real-time estimation of concrete strength to contractors and construction companies.

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